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Old 01-17-2013, 09:21 AM   #1
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Default New from Blade Helis - mCP X Brushless!

This just in! Blade Helis have just released info on the new brushless version of the mCP X.

Key Features

•AS3X® Flybarless System
•Powerful, 6700Kv brushless main motor
•8100Kv brushless tail motor
•Includes fast-flight and high-performance symmetrical main blades
•Dual ball bearing, linear long-throw cyclic servos
•Requires a 6-channel DSM2®/DSMX® computer transmitter with heli software, sold separately

Overview

Can You Tame The Beast?

The New Blade® mCP X BL BNF

Like its predecessor, the mCP X BL gives you the precision and stability of the proven AS3X® Flybarless System. What sets it apart is an all-new rotor head with longer rotor blades, as well as a brushless power system that blasts mCP X performance to thrilling new heights. Inverted flight, flips, rolls, funnels and hurricanes only scratch the surface of the capabilities the mCP X BL has to offer. Push this heli hard with left and right pirouetting maneuvers and you’ll be rewarded with crisp, precise tail response unfettered by a lack of power. The only limits are your skill set and the space you have to fly in!

Product Specifications



Type: Ultra-micro electric flybarless collective-pitch helicopter
Main Rotor Diameter: 10.4 in (263mm)
Tail Rotor Diameter: 1.57 in (40mm)
Gross Weight: 2.12 oz (60.1 g)
Length: 9.84 in (250mm)
Motor Size: Brushless inrunner, 6700Kv
Kit/ARF/RTF: BNF
Rotor Blade Length: 4.61 in (117mm)
Minimum Age Recommendation: 14 years
Experience Level: Advanced
Recommended Environment: Indoor/Outdoor
Is Assembly Required: No

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Old 01-17-2013, 09:21 AM   #2
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Old 01-17-2013, 12:44 PM   #3
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I hope it is tolerant of minor mishaps like the NANO.
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The original mCP X was pretty durable, I don't see why this one would be any different.
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If you download the manual, you'll see this heli takes a 200mAh 2S lipo. Another new lipo size needed from another new HH aircraft. Can't say I'm fan of having to upgrade/update pack sizes for new birds in the same size category.
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I wonder if my packs from my Crack Yak mini would fit(2s 250). I know Id have to change connectors, or make an adapter.
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The original mCP X was pretty durable, I don't see why this one would be any different.
I have the original mcpx and it is no where near as durable as the nano. Plus I had to visit forums to get it to fly without the shakes.... the nano flew out of the box, I've had lots of minor crashes and NO repairs with tha nano. The mcpx just collects dust now.
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I imagine that more power will = more damage on crashes, on the other hand more power may = less crashes, due to being able to punch out.... I dont know what Im talking about anyways so who knows
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I imagine that more power will = more damage on crashes, on the other hand more power may = less crashes, due to being able to punch out.... I dont know what Im talking about anyways so who knows
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Just got a mCP X Brushless. its realy a bit tricky to setup at first and fly. I managed to break the landing gear on the first day. The gear is mounted on to the helicopter with 2 small plastic pins that have snapped off. Do you know any upgrade landing gear i can buy for this heli?

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