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08-13-2010 02:52 PM  7 years agoPost 1
jakeg1999

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Right now I am using Radix SB's and while the heli flips and rolls lightning quick, I would like to get more auto hang time. I do fly more of a mild 3d style and I prefer using more sky than banging the sticks down low. I also really enjoy autos and am willing to sacrafice speed for hang time. Besides I'm also installing a TG fbl system in it right now, sow that will speed it up plenty. Being a fan of the Rotortech 610's from the past, I'm thinking of trying some Rotortech 620 or even some 640's. Thoughts, ideas? Do you think I could run the 640's? I'm running a YS56.

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08-13-2010 03:02 PM  7 years agoPost 2
RotorHead486

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I'm using the CYE Radix 600SB's on my N5 at the moment and the machine is awesome!! very locked in feeling and very quick on cyclic and pitch.

If you going FBL then probably look at the standard Radix 600's or the new Radix 600FBL blade as both these blades will be slghtly heavier than the SB version and both will have more hang time in auto's compared to the SB's. You will also have the benefit of FBL optimization in the Radix FBL blades.

Might be worth having a look at the new generation of SAB blades in the 620 version, as i've seen these used in 710 variant on a FBL installation on a Trex 700 and they work really well.

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08-13-2010 03:36 PM  7 years agoPost 3
jakeg1999

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Yeah, the SB's are great blades, and very very fast. I really have no complaints there with them. They fly great, but I would like to sacrafice speed for hang time....I would really like to try the 640's but am afraid that they are either too long physically, or that they are just too much blade for the heli. Maybe the 620's are the way to go. I had a 600N a couple years back on V-bar and I tried just about every blade out there, and I really liked the RT610's. I was just thinking that the YS56 could probably handle more blade and the tail is plenty long for blades longer than 600's....So I guess I just need to decide between the 620's and 640's...

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08-13-2010 04:15 PM  7 years agoPost 4
RotorHead486

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Not tried them but for me personally, the 640's would be too much.

But this will be a FBL machine so you should gain a little more power as you loose the drag of the flybar and flybar assembly.

I've heard a rumour that CYE are developing some 620mm Radix, so if this is tru then we will probably see a STD version and a SB version and probably an FBL version too at some stage.

I'd look at the CY Radix 600 FBL blades or a set of the new 620 SAB's.

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08-13-2010 05:08 PM  7 years agoPost 5
thenewguy

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I switch back and forth between the SB and non-SB. It all depends on how I want to fly that round. The SB will flip and roll very fast where the non give me more stability for hovering and orientation practice. The Non are also good for autoing.

My buddy runs the Rototech 610's and loves them. They compare right in the middle of the SB and non-SB.

Chris

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08-17-2010 03:18 AM  7 years agoPost 6
jakeg1999

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Well I decided to give the Rotortech 620's a try....They should be here in a couple days....I will keep you posted.....

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08-17-2010 06:59 PM  7 years agoPost 7
MANCHA

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I use SAB620 / YS56 on my N5.

It flys just like my Vibe50 CY600 / YS50.

However, autos hang time is much, much higher.

I am happy wiht this combo.

MANCHA

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08-17-2010 08:09 PM  7 years agoPost 8
jakeg1999

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That's exactly what I hope to achieve!

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