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View Poll Results: Cyclone wish list
160mm 0 0%
210mm 0 0%
250mm 1 1.61%
280mm 1 1.61%
325mm 2 3.23%
350mm 1 1.61%
360mm 2 3.23%
380mm 11 17.74%
430mm 2 3.23%
460mm 0 0%
480mm 0 0%
515mm 2 3.23%
520mm 3 4.84%
570mm 2 3.23%
650mm 6 9.68%
690mm Tri blade set 3 4.84%
725mm 1 1.61%
750mm 4 6.45%
780mm 18 29.03%
800mm 3 4.84%
850mm 0 0%
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Old 05-19-2016, 12:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 05-19-2016, 12:52 PM   #2 (permalink)
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If I can only pick one, I gotta go with 780mm
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Old 05-19-2016, 12:56 PM   #3 (permalink)
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The advanced airfoil and tip design would be perfect for a 770 size blade. Where low headspeed and high headspeed styles could really benefit.
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Old 05-19-2016, 01:11 PM   #5 (permalink)
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These would be great in a 385 size for the Goblin that could use more lift without adding too much length.
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If I can only pick one, I gotta go with 780mm
I guess it's best that this isn't multiple choice. It forces you to prioritize.

I had to vote for 780s because I'd like to either stretch my Max or get another one. My second choice would have been 520s, but the DT520s I run now on a three-bladed head suit me just fine.
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Old 05-19-2016, 02:41 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Haha, 780's for me as well, if I ever get a protos MAX, I'd love to have Cyclone blades to go with it like on my goblin (which I stretched so I could fit Cyclones )
Looks like we have alot of Protos MAX fanboys around considering how many voted 780mm.

Though I'm guessing in Cyclone tradition they'dmake them 775's.
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780 Please.....
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Old 05-19-2016, 04:47 PM   #9 (permalink)
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a 770 Cyclone blade would be awesome to see
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i voted 780, but not sure if that would be too much for a Goblin 770. so more like a 775 would be nice. also the 575 would be good.
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i voted 780, but not sure if that would be too much for a Goblin 770. so more like a 775 would be nice. also the 575 would be good.
The 770 goblin fits 780 Align blades, there are at least a couple videos of it running them/
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that is true, i forgot about that. but he does like to end the cyclones with a 5 so 775 fits. i ordered my first set of cyclones Friday. got a set for the 500 and 570, just wish there would have been some 575's. should be here this week im sure so excited to try them out. should have just bought one set for the 500 but with the sell going on i splurged a little. lol
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I don't know about the Goblin, but the Protos with 770 conversion will fit up to 786mm mains with 115mm tails.
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Maybe that's because most of us have no faith that any more size will be developed... There has been a thread running for years now and no new sizes have been added... what's the point?

It's pretty obvious what people want:

360-380
515
750-780

edit: and I guess 650s now... for the new Goblins
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The RC helicopter market is in decline and molds cost a lot of money. It makes no sense for a manufacturer to produce a product if they can't recoup their investment. And, since the market is in decline, no venture capitalist in their right mind would buy in.
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Is that why VTX blades are releasing a full line up? At a massively premium price? People are lining up to try them. Granted for Cyclones the window may have passed... people were asking for 360s and 750s 2 years ago...
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