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04-30-2011 04:05 PM  10 years ago
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Heliden

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Advices FAI set up
I need a advices. My FAI Env is set up as follow....

-New Scorpion 4035/560 with 10T pinions
-1500 rpm Hover(45% gov), 1950 rpm aerobatics(90% gov)
-Kontonic Jive 120 with Bec include (spare batt. 4.8 volt 750 ma plugged on my receiver for add safety)
-12S 5100ma 45C Batteries Voltz
-Rotortech Paddles 40 gr
-Rotortech 105mm tail blades
-Rotortech 720SG main blades
-Large horizontal Fin

I would like to know if this will be better with main blades 700mm ?
If yes, what is the best choice ? Rotortech 700SG or Fun-tech FT700 or others.

Thank you
Heliden
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05-01-2011 02:30 AM  10 years ago
Mr. Heliguy

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Jakarta, Indonesia

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The Radix FAI blades are really good too. I've been using it for a while and I like it very much.

Regards,
Adriel Mesias Simorangkir
INA 0975
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05-02-2011 05:38 PM  10 years ago
rocket_33

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Something to consider is which class you will be flying. Are you flying F3C or are you flying in one of the other classes.

Your setup is perfectly fine. Now it takes practice, practice, practice. THAT is where the real progress shows
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05-03-2011 01:04 AM  10 years ago
Heliden

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Thank you very much for yours reply.

I practice the classe 1 and I would like to participate a some contests.

Heliden
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05-03-2011 07:50 AM  10 years ago
Santiago P

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Dayton

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I would like to know if this will be better with main blades 700mm ?
If yes, what is the best choice ? Rotortech 700SG or Fun-tech FT700 or others.
In general, longer blades give you a lower disk loading and make the heli feels lighter on collective. If you have a heavy electric heli, longer is better.

Now, The Radix FAI's airfoil is a bit more aggresive in collective and cyclic than the Rotortechs, on the flip side the Rotortechs keep the heli more settle in wind or windy conditions.

I own RT SGs in 700 and 720mm, and though initially that I will end up flying the 700mm more because the 720 would make the disk more "floaty". I was wrong, I ended up prefering the 720mm in all conditions because they fit MY style of flying better.

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