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tandem4 08-08-2010 01:48 PM

XHeli CNC Upgrades - how good are they????
 
http://www.xheli.com/bl400codealh.html

...... at the link above, anybody has experience with them??????

john20 08-08-2010 08:46 PM

RE: XHeli CNC Upgrades - how good are they????
 


this website is a fake because i was gonna order a exceed rc from them but the website had such a bad rep that the bank had blocked my card from going through. thank goodness i didnt get shorted out of $400 dollars you know what i mean. anyways hope this saves you money to.

John</p>

rernewe 09-09-2010 10:41 PM

RE: XHeli CNC Upgrades - how good are they????
 
I bought this one

http://www.xheli.com/ebl400cnfiup.html

turnedout to be a great deal, 2 sets of carbon fibre blades, CNC rotor head assembly(need to cut about 3mm off theshaft for it to fit the Blade 400) CNC tail assembly (haven't needed toinstalle it yet). Received it within a little more than a week and i am in Canada.

Aframomum 09-10-2010 12:32 AM

RE: XHeli CNC Upgrades - how good are they????
 
Xheli isn't a fake website and they do provide decent CNC parts for the replacement of plastic head and tail parts.

I have purchased CNC replacement parts for an older 450, as well as CF frame parts from them. They also have a dedicated forum here on RCU so you have the chance to speak to the manager/representative directly and ask any questions you may have.

A plus is they are located in California and so shipping is fast and inexpensive, verses the overseas Asian companies.

Mark


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