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Old 08-02-2015, 06:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Cyclone 693 or 715 for Goblin 700

Hi,
I would like to try the cyclone blades,but can't decide what length to get for my goblin 700.
Many say that there is a difference in Cyclic agility between these too length, so I don't know if I would regret if I choose the 715.

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Hi,
I would like to try the cyclone blades,but can't decide what length to get for my goblin 700.
Many say that there is a difference in Cyclic agility between these too length, so I don't know if I would regret if I choose the 715.

Janis
To me, on a GAUI X7, the cyclic feels really close between the two. The major difference is the extra collective with the longer blades. Not sure if the agility on a Goblin would be the same or different.
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A lot depends on the motor. More length = more drag.
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Thanks for the Information.
I have the opportunity to test the 695 on an German flight event. Then I wil see how it works.
@ ThrBum,
I have an Pyro 850 on 14s.
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A lot depends on the motor. More length = more drag.
More length, same weight also = More bite in cyclic as well also more load on motor. 14S you should be plenty good!
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I flew the 695s for a year and after installing 715s on one of my Gob 700s I was shocked to feel the agility increase. The 715s are on all 3 of my 700's now... Try them... You will see...
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Thank you for the information. I will try the 695 from a friend this weekend. And maybe buy a set 715 to test.
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I fly the 715 on the goblin carbon comp but it's on 14s. I love how the 715 feel! Same on response as thw 695 but with more bite!
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