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Old 08-12-2021, 08:25 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Anyone use AZURE blades?

Saw this new brand being flown by Dunkan Bossion recently. Anyone know if it has any special technology compared to other brand blades? I'm thinking of getting a set just to try out.
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Blades are all in each pilot's feel. I crashed and swapped from RT 560's to Azure 560's. The Azure feel a bit floatier than the RT's. I thought they would feel more aggressive but to me it was the opposite. But I like them. I flew them through my time at IRCHA.
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I have a set on my Protos 380 and like them well enough. I normally fly RT or Rail depending on my flying style. The Azure blades definitely bark a bit more and a more aggressive than the Rail, but less so than the RotorTechs. Note that this is not the RT Ultimates that I'm comparing them to.
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Old 08-17-2021, 12:08 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Blades are a personal thing. I tried 700 & the 715mm azure, for me they were "OK", but lacked alot in autos. I ended up for my 700 machines settling on VTX. I also tried the Switchblades in 693, the RT Ultimate 700 as well. You have to try and see what tickles ya best for you and for the heli you admire.
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I tried many blades and theaw are in the top of my list along with RT, VTX and Rapid.
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