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09-11-2006 12:12 AM  14 years ago
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359PETE

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Rotortech 610's. AWESOME!
I just got back from a day at the field and I had to comment on these blades... I've tryed a few differant blades on my EVO 50 so far and these blades are just unbelievable.

Its like a whole new heli. They are very wide chord so they're brutally powerful on collective and the snap of the cyclic is unreal. I'm SO impressed with these blades. ANYONE who hasn't tryed a set needs to the next time they have an "oppertunity" to buy new blades.(*clears throat*... Ok, a crash) You won't be disappointed.

EDIT: These are the "C" tip design with the yellow design on the tip. (Baby version of Scott Grays blades.)
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09-11-2006 12:13 AM  14 years ago
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Where, where, where can I get some????
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09-11-2006 12:18 AM  14 years ago
359PETE

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I can't tell if thats sarcasm Cog.... but just in case it wasn't.

They're available almost anywhere. Both of my LHS's have them, Tower has them, and Helicopter World has them. $109 everywhere I see them.

I only tryed them because my LHS was out of 600mm V-blades... but these blades WAIL! I love 'em.

Set up is 11 degrees +/-. 6 degree cyclic. This is enough to bog a Hyper with these wide chordblades... but I run a rev-max and I like the little extra reserve of pitch for added "pop". As long as you manage the left stick the set-up works well.
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09-11-2006 12:52 AM  14 years ago
AzHyper

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No sarcasm here. Thanks for the info. I see Tower has them and shipping is only $3.99. How's the visibility of these blades as compared to an all white blade? Is that yellow tip easy to see? I'm color blind and I need all the blade visiblilty I can get.
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09-11-2006 01:20 AM  14 years ago
Al Austria

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Like most nearly black carbon blades, they are hard to see. I can hardly see the yellow tips on mine in flight. I generally look at the helicopter itself so blade visibility doesn't really matter to me. They do fly awesome however.
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09-11-2006 01:41 AM  14 years ago
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The yellow tip stands out OK... but not as good as white tips. I find the best visability to be black carbon blades with white tips like the MAH. I just don't like the way the MAH's feel at all. None of the affore mentioned "pop". The MAH's are super smooth and very efficient... but not much snap.
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09-11-2006 02:58 PM  14 years ago
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are they better than radix?AMain.com
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09-11-2006 05:39 PM  14 years ago
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Rotortech and radix blades are made by the same company: Fun-key.
In fact I have them both. They are nearly the same.
They don't look as nice as the radix, but they are really worth trying.
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09-11-2006 05:55 PM  14 years ago
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I have both the radix 600's and rotor tech 610's,the rotor techs are faster than the radix. The rotortechs are the fastest blades i have tried out of about 8 different brands. With that being said the Radix are my second choice.DOUGYOU ONLY LIVE ONCE..IF YOU LIVE IT RIGHT THATS ALL YOU NEED
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