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Old 10-01-2013, 07:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Have you used RJX main blades?

I was thinking of trying a set on my atom 500...Has anyone tried em' ,how did ya like them ?


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Old 10-01-2013, 07:23 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I love my rjx on 450

I run cyclone on 700s
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Old 10-01-2013, 07:42 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I turn RJX 800's on 2 machines..work quite well..

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Old 10-01-2013, 11:06 PM   #4 (permalink)
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It's usable.but not competitive.
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Old 10-02-2013, 04:15 AM   #5 (permalink)
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I like them as much as my Edge blades.
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It's usable.but not competitive.
why?

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Old 10-02-2013, 07:10 AM   #7 (permalink)
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look pretty good to me...

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i use both regular and fbl blades. no problems noted.i also use rjx fbl heads with no issues
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I like the 470mm FBL version on my stretched Protos.
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I use RJX FBL blades on Gaui X5 and 690mm RJX FBL blades on stretched T-Rex 600e CF.

They are OK, did not need balancing.

I have comparison with 600mm Align blades, cheap 700mm Turnigy black blades (cheap $30), GF 600mm blades. 3DPRO cheap blades (they work fine but I do not like them too much),

All of them work just fine. It is a matter of preference and "placebo" effect. Overall impression depends on many factors: your preferences, RPM, heli weight, fast servos, price you paid (placebo effect).

Remember pilot skills are more important than brand name...

Personally I like most cheap 700mm Turnigy blades.

Start from less expensive blades. After you get more experience experiment with any blades you want and find attractive.

Definitely RJX FBL 50 heads are great. I use them on 700 and two 600.
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I have them on a 450 and 500, both sets were balanced and fly great for my skill level. Great value for the price IMO. I can't tell much different between Edge / RJX on my 450's, but my wallet can.
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I run RJX 520's on a Goblin 500. I'm actually extremely picky about blades in terms of cyclic speed, sound, and efficiency.

I found the RJX 520's to be very good on the Goblin. Great sound, and lots of pop and lock fun on the little guy.
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Definitely RJX FBL 50 heads are great. I use them on 700 and two 600.
The RJX .50 grips will fit on an Align 550/600 hub if you use the RJX feathering shaft btw.
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I like them as much as my Edge blades.
Cheers! although things are a bit different on my side.
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When you present some hardcore 3D, like pull or push collective pitch very suddenly within the rapid circling or descending movements, it bends and recover actually.

The pity is, this costs a little time. The result is, you feel a bit latency before the pitch effect burst off. That's not so comfortable.

IMO, RJX cannot be compared with my EDGE SE 693 on my X7.
You know, every piece of price owns his virtue.
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I have used the 325 FBL ones on 450 machines and much prefer them over nearly all (you can insert pretty much most of the big name blades here) blades in the size range. This has been my experience with the 325 blades and I have not tried any of the larger varieties. For someone to say they are not competitive without trying all the sizes is silly.
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Edge blade costs more than RJX blades so of course they're better. Most people won't be able to push the limit on them though and they're still very good blades.
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I have used the 325 FBL ones on 450 machines and much prefer them over nearly all (you can insert pretty much most of the big name blades here) blades in the size range. This has been my experience with the 325 blades and I have not tried any of the larger varieties. For someone to say they are not competitive without trying all the sizes is silly.
Sorry I do not fly small birds indeed.
I just post my opinion but not willing to offend anyone.

If you often use "silly" to comment others with different ideas to you, then I draw my words on RJX blades back, which is made at my homeland, ironically.
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I like them as much as my Edge blades.
+1

I flew Edge FBL and RJX 693 and they fly very similar in my opinion.
The Edge Blades are little bit more preceise, while the RJX have a little bit more pop on collective inputs. But the difference may be a matter of personal impression.

Just give those RJX a try and find out, you won't be disappointed.
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I want to try them out but I already have a set of Edge and Rails.
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