Zeal 155mm "Energy" Carbon Fiber Main Blades (Orange)

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This is a pack of Zeal 155mm "Energy" Carbon Fiber Main Blades. These blades were developed for the Blade 180CFX helicopter, but are compatible with stretched Blade 130 helis as well.

Zeal rotor blades unlock the drive to push harder, faster and lower with cutting edge performance that takes intensity to a new level. Manufactured using the highest quality carbon fiber layup, Zeal rotor blades are designed and ready to be pushed like no other blade on the market today, and have been optimized for modern day RC helicopter performance.

Balanced with an optimal center of gravity, and coalescing symmetrical airfoil technology chosen for maximum levels of rotor performance, Zeal rotor blades were brought forth to suit the demands of those in search of the extremes. The quality and composition can be seen, felt and heard - a quality that is synonymous with performance. Composed of true carbon fiber construction, these light weight rotor blades were designed for maximum agility and performance, providing rapid control inputs with crisp response capability.

Outfitted to perform, and constructed with the rigors of modern day flybarless technology, Zeal rotor blades give any pilot a blade that will add that extra element of intensity, providing a flight that will not soon be forgotten.


  • Developed for the Blade 180CFX, and are compatible with stretched Blade 130
  • Choose from green, yellow or orange
  • High Quality Carbon Fiber Construction
  • Light Weight with High Strength
  • Optimized Airfoil Design for Maximum Performance
  • Multiple Size Ranges Available
  • Factory Balanced with Optimized Center of Gravity
  • High Agility Design


Material: Carbon Fiber
Length: 155mm
Chord Width: 20mm
Root thickness: 2.5mm
Hole Diameter (Bolt): 2mm
Weight: approx 7.7g (single blade) 

This product was added to our catalog on May 6, 2015