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Old 06-29-2008, 11:03 AM
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rotarydoc
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Default RE: are these blades any good for cp pro?

Def,

The blades sound like they could be cool, and the price seems right...I guess we'll never know until someone tries them. I'm gettting a bit low on blades myself, I'm tempted to give them a shot as well.

But I am going to get a neck strap for my radio first. I don't have one, and it seems like a really good idea. I find myself with the radio tilted down alot in the front sometimes, not even thinking about it, and it makes it hard to control the sticks that way, so I am going to give that a shot, and see how it goes.

I think later today I am going to get my CX2 working with my DX6i (the B400 radio), and see how I like that. I have known that I can use it for a while now, just never got around to doing it.

I have to rebuild my B400 after a minor crash yesterday. Just a spindle and main shaft, no big deal.

I hope you get some time to fly today!

Glenn