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Old 04-23-2011, 07:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Couldn't bare to scuff up my new blades on the concrete driveway - same them for when i go to the park, so done the CA & thread fix on an old Xtreme blade, it worked, even trimmed a few bushes
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Old 04-24-2011, 12:54 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Couldn't bare to scuff up my new blades on the concrete driveway - same them for when i go to the park, so done the CA & thread fix on an old Xtreme blade, it worked, even trimmed a few bushes
Did you snap the blades or something!?
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Old 04-24-2011, 12:59 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Yeah, I've broke 3 clipping the fence, they all snapped right beside the bolt hole, I don't think flying in my driveway is such a good idea, to many solid objects to hit
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Yeah, I've broke 3 clipping the fence, they all snapped right beside the bolt hole, I don't think flying in my driveway is such a good idea, to many solid objects to hit
I wouldn't rely on CA & thread on sharp blades swinging that quickly!

Just me...

Were those the xtreme fiber blades?

My friend wanted to grab some..
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Yup, Xtreme fiber blades, i was surprised they held together, but after the fix they managed to cut a bushes/branches without any issues
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I've never used the extreme fiber blades before, but I will say the super blades have held up to unbelievable crashes for me...I'm mean really bad crashes, even into the side of a tractor trailer at full power FFF Don't ask...
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Yup, Xtreme fiber blades, i was surprised they held together, but after the fix they managed to cut a bushes/branches without any issues
They sound pretty fragile, are they?

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I've never used the extreme fiber blades before, but I will say the super blades have held up to unbelievable crashes for me...I'm mean really bad crashes, even into the side of a tractor trailer at full power FFF Don't ask...
Yeah, my friend is currently flying 8degree woodies, and tried out my SuperBlades, and says he just doesn't like them, says that there's not enough forward force... or whatever.

Anyone know the degree of pitch on the SuperBlades? or Xtremes?
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Old 04-24-2011, 05:21 PM   #8 (permalink)
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I wouldn't call the Xtreme blades fragile, quite the opposite...and they are 1/2 price of Superblades

There are 2 types of Superblades, one for hovering (EZ?) and one for hovering/forward flight (XP?)
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I wouldn't call the Xtreme blades fragile, quite the opposite...and they are 1/2 price of Superblades

There are 2 types of Superblades, one for hovering (EZ?) and one for hovering/forward flight (XP?)
Oh jeez, $7 bucks? May have to pick myself up a pair just as a backup.

I got the XP... has enough pitch for me, I think he just needs a CP.
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