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Old 08-31-2011, 12:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default DIY night tail blades 95mm

Wondering if anyone else has made their own night tail blades...

I have started to build a set, pretty much wired up, but still am a little concerned over the high tail RPM and extra weight (1.5g) offset from the center of the blade. This is on a Logo 600 tail with 2 radial bearings and 1 thrust... I don't think the weight itself is an issue, more the offset.

I do use high strength 3M tape to hold the cell down, then use shrink to press it to the blade so it won't shoot out as I do with my mains.

Anyone with experiences?
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