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01-15-2003 06:19 AM  15 years agoPost 1
errece

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I want to know if the 720mm blades that I bought for my Fury Extreme are too much for my YS80? I mean will a 710mm or 700mm work better on it? What do you think?

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01-15-2003 09:40 AM  15 years agoPost 2
eddie3d

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The Extreme is made for 720's.

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01-15-2003 10:29 AM  15 years agoPost 3
furyextreme

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with the 720 you need to take a little pitch out

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01-15-2003 05:14 PM  15 years agoPost 4
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You can definitely run any blade size. Really depends on what you want out of the machine. The 700's will probably have a bit better cyclic response, but typically won't auto as well as the 720's. The big blocks will turn any of those blades, it's just what you want out of them.

I personally run 700 Rotorsports and they do everything I want. Inexpensive blade and easier to see IMO than the all black blades. I did get the heaviest ones they had though for help in the autos.

Shawn

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01-15-2003 05:41 PM  15 years agoPost 5
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i personaly think the ys 80 is a much happier motor with the 700's

.Beresford

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01-15-2003 05:47 PM  15 years agoPost 6
errece

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It should Auto better than smaller size blades

What about 3D? will the bigger size affect the speed on flip or rolls? If I use less collective will it still be an agressive Helicopter?
What tail blade size should I use for a F3C style?

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01-15-2003 05:53 PM  15 years agoPost 7
sincity

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The larger blades will affect the rolls and flips to some degree. It's really all in the set up. I've seen an Extreme with 720's that can out roll mine with 700's. It all depends on how far you want to push the swashplate. I guess paddles would have some bearing on it too. The stock ones work fine for me.

I use 105mm MAH tail blades with a 601 gyro. I don't think using 110's would change anything in the holding quality of the tail. It's rock solid on this set up. I can still get the tail to swing, but that's only in fast backwards inverted flight when I get the tail off center to a large degree.

Shawn

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01-15-2003 05:53 PM  15 years agoPost 8
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Autos no coment. But i may be wrong but the smaller rotor disc the more agile the heli will be. also don't forget blade and paddle weights factor it the equation too. in regards to tail blades 105mm are fine anything bigger just loads up the motor

.Beresford

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01-17-2003 03:42 AM  15 years agoPost 9
MStanley

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Hey Guys,

I thought the Extreme with a 91 was made for 710 blades. Thats what was recommended from the factory. Not 720's.
I was told that 700 were maybe better......

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01-17-2003 06:37 AM  15 years agoPost 10
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MinAir lists the Extreme as being able to take either 710 mains w/ 110 tail blades or 720's w/ 105's.

Cordwise CG of the blades is going have the biggest effect on cyclic response. Too far forward and the blades won't want to change angle of attack very quickly and it will be slow to respond. Too far back and they'll be unstable and they won't want to hold their AoA and you'll be in for a wild ride. It's just like setting the CG balance point on a plank.

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01-17-2003 07:29 AM  15 years agoPost 11
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Who has the 720's for sale?

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01-17-2003 10:26 AM  15 years agoPost 12
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Directly from Minature, otherwise heliproz has them. - I'm sure almost every retailer can get them.

A buddy at my field just got the 720 Maverikk blades, they are pretty cheap and seem to be of acceptable quality.

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01-17-2003 03:52 PM  15 years agoPost 13
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Errece:

I am the buddy that Eddie is speaking of. My 720 Mavvrik blades came with my Extreme I ordered from Heli-Proz.

I really enjoy flying the machine, and the blades/helicopter are very smoothe and stable. They were balanced right out of the box and their is no vibration at all from the head/blade assembly. My YS 80 turns them with absolutley no problem. In fact, I have not even gone up to full powert with the set-up, and the responsiveness (collective, cyclic) is incredible).

I am not doing autos yet, but know because of the size of the bldes there will be more than ample energy for them.

When needed, I will replace the 720's with another pair.

The size of these blades is not an issue. It is a positive. Enjoy.

Dario

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01-17-2003 03:59 PM  15 years agoPost 14
errece

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I ordered the same combo you did, the Fury Extreme from Heliproz with the Maverik blades and a YS80. Mine it's on it's way

Just Curious, What's your setup? Collective?

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