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06-18-2009 02:35 PM  11 years ago
tchavei

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My 600mm say: SAB0330R
My 620mm say: SAB0335R

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06-18-2009 03:35 PM  11 years ago
MrMel

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SAB themself don't list weight on their site, wonder why

http://www.quickuk.eu/products/917/..._sab330-rd.html
Gone fishing..or hunting..or something
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06-18-2009 03:40 PM  11 years ago
tchavei

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Well my friend just called and asked if I was interested in knowing the "inside" of the 620mm because he just dug his bird in ( ). Seems they don't have a wooden core or anything similar just foam in the inside and the outer layer of carbon. No wonder they're so light.

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06-18-2009 03:42 PM  11 years ago
MrMel

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I can check mine too if you want since I have a set in the trashcan after yesterdays flying Gone fishing..or hunting..or something
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06-18-2009 03:45 PM  11 years ago
tchavei

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Lol. No need. The radix sbs have also a "foam" core. Verified twice already

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06-18-2009 03:46 PM  11 years ago
Ronald Thomas

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Uh three times here Team MikadoUSA 480XXTreme, 550SX, 600SX, 700XXTreme, 800XXTreme!!
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06-21-2009 07:11 AM  11 years ago
Stolla

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On the original question, my findings are that the SB's are great with vbar! (in v4), not as good with the older version, i have them on 2 machines, my nitro stratus and a l600, whereas i have the std on my e-stratus. my second l 600 has maniacs and although a more powerful setup bogs a little more than the SB's. (Thanks Fredrik i was wondering why till i read your comments elsewhere on this subject)
The SB's in my book gives the impression of a more powerful setup, while just as smooth ,i for one won't trade for the std's. I'm convinced v4 equalled the playing ground as far as blades are concerned to the extent you can make a better prediction as to what to expect from heavier and or light blades. This is covered throughout this post
Now i want to try some of those red devils!
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06-29-2009 11:29 PM  11 years ago
Riq

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I just swapped my stds for sb's on my 4.0 vbar 600n.

Holy crap what a diff! The cyclics are WAY faster.

Thats the only change I made(minus a feathering shaft from an untimely rebuild.)
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06-30-2009 05:00 AM  11 years ago
Pulento

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Tried Radix 600mm and 600SB on 3.6 and normal Radix were better. Then used Gohbee 620 and was even better. So I kept the Gohbee 620.

Upgraded to 4.0 but haven't tried since my VBar is on the desk.

OTH I've busted normal Radix, SBs, SABs, RT and Torsion. Only the Torsion had wood core. But ONLY the core not a complete wood blade as Vblades.
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06-30-2009 09:51 AM  11 years ago
Riq

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Try the SBs on 4.0. I have 620s, Vs, radixs stds, g5s, maniacs....on and on..

Ive been on the same bank and never felt as great a diff. It was almost like flying a knight 3d, even faster, way faster.....first time ive been really happy with the snappy on the N. Id say almost too fast, but that's just blasphemous.
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06-30-2009 12:31 PM  11 years ago
helirulz

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Guys, I've already traded my radix SBs for the standard.

Actually another reason I decided not to keep them were because i had the rotortech 6166C 610mm blades. These blades are painted yellow with a red/blue stripe. They are just a touch less poppy than the SB's but my cyclics were as fast. I was more than willing to trade the pop for the better tracking properties that the RTs gave.
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06-30-2009 02:30 PM  11 years ago
Ben-T-Spindle

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I am also using Rotor Tech 610 blades and link hem better than any of the Radix blades that I have tried.... BTS
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06-30-2009 04:13 PM  11 years ago
Riq

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.....Humm, time to order a set of 610s to test, but ive never had to turn down my vbar, or add more expo...yesterday was the day.
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06-30-2009 05:19 PM  11 years ago
tchavei

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I'm using sbs for over a year and I don't think they are poppy at all. at least when compared to a pair of RD620 they are not. The only problem on the RDs is that they load up the engine and hence I choose the sbs.

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