Lynx Heli 125mm Bullet Stretch Replica Plastic Main Blade (Yellow) (mCPX BL)

Lynx Heli
LYX61254-SP-R
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This is an optional Lynx Heli 125mm "Bullet Stretch Replica Edition" Plastic Main Blade Set. Lynx Heli "Replica" Edition main blades are an evolution of the first edition. The first edition blades were good, but good is never good enough. Lynx redesign the profile, the center of gravity position and used an innovative plastic compound that makes the Replica Edition one of the best plastic main blades on the market. If you liked the first edition blades, you will love the "Replica" edition.

Lynx found that by adding a weight to the leading blade edge moves the blade CG  and provides a different blade timing position once the helicopter is in flight, slowing down the reaction speed. This helps to improve stability during fast flight speeds, as well as increase precision and flight authority in high wind conditions.

Lynx has optimized the weight and the rigidity using an exotic polymer blend that delivers incredible material stability that guarantees constant blade shape (no warping), even with extreme weather conditions (very hot, very cold). The result is a stiff blade that delivers the best helicopter performance in any condition.

Features:

  • Bullet weight added to leading edge slows reaction speeds
  • Ideal for fast flight speeds and high wind conditions
  • Perfect tracking
  • Incredible stability
  • Increased pitch response
  • Increased efficiency
  • "knife" precision during 3D maneuvers
  • Brighter colors
  • Extreme crash and wear resistance
Specifications:
Materials:
Plastic Polymer Base PA66
Fits: mCP X BL
Blade length: 125mm
Average single blade weight: 3.25g
 
NOTE:
  • These blades must be used with the Lynx stretch tail boom (LYX0488)
  • Testing has shown that this blade is flyable up to 8000 RPM

This product was added to our catalog on October 18, 2013.