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Old 01-15-2024, 01:02 PM
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Hello everyone,
I am in the market for a nice set of 600mm CF blades for my Raptor 50. All I seem to find new are FBL blades.

I have read up on the differences between FB and FBL blades, My understanding is that FBL blades are less aggressive than the FB blades due to the COG differences.

It looks like the FBL blades will work for where I am at in my learning , Hovering, moving around a bit, slow forward flight, and crashing.

At my skill level, will I be able to tell the difference between the FBL and FB versions? What are my options?

Any help will be much appreciated
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Tim
Old 01-15-2024, 01:18 PM
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You wont be able to tell much difference, even doing aerobatics, you'd need to be pretty advanced. Having the lighter paddles will make a marked difference when you're ready to start tossing it around. Any of the Align or SAB blades or whatever the kids are flying these days will work great.
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Originally Posted by BarracudaHockey
You wont be able to tell much difference, even doing aerobatics, you'd need to be pretty advanced. Having the lighter paddles will make a marked difference when you're ready to start tossing it around. Any of the Align or SAB blades or whatever the kids are flying these days will work great.
Thanks, I think I will try the Align blades, I like the way they look and they are readily available
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