MicroHeli Titanium Feathering Shaft

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This is an optional MicroHeli Titanium Feathering Shaft, and is intended for use with the Blade mCP X helicopter. This Titanium Feathering Shaft is designed to improve stability, durability and performance, and is a direct replacement for the stock steel feathering shaft. It has been machined from Titanium with tight tolerances to achieve incredible precision, and to ensure no slop between the feathering shaft and main grip bearings. This feathering shaft is very light weight at 0.14 grams and is 0.09 grams lighter than the stock steel feathering shaft, allowing it to perform efficiently at high RPM and give fast, accurate cyclic response during hard 3D flight.

  • 100% CNC machined Titanium with tight tolerance
  • Improves stability, durability and performance
  • Provides fast and accurate cyclic response at high RPM and during hard 3D flight
  • Light weight
  • Weight: 0.14 gram

This product was added to our catalog on February 13, 2012.

Larry Tittle
Verified Owner
Thursday, Aug 30 2012 (about 5 years ago)
MicroHeli Titanium Feathering Shaft
Don't waist your money. These feathering shafts are actually softer than the stock units. After the first mild crash the MicroHeli Ti F/S bent big time. With the stock F/S I would have just dusted the heli off and put it back in the air.

Don't repeat my mistake and expect a titanium feathering shaft to be a substantial improvement. Do a quick web search and you'll see that titanium F/S are a poor choice if your looking for improved durability. In my opinion they are definately not worth the extra cost!)
Dale Zesiger
Wednesday, Nov 6 2013 (about 4 years ago)
MicroHeli Titanium Feathering Shaft
The other reviewers are absolutely correct. Microheli should ashamed of themselves for producing such a worthless piece of junk. I bought one, had a mild crash and the shaft was bent. So, I gave them a second chance. All I did was experience a hard landing and the shaft bent. I went back to stock. I have slammed this thing into the wall and crashed it numerous times and the stock shaft has held up.
Microheli has no business false advertising this shaft as titanium. That is a lie. I think it is just titanium colored butter!)