E-flite Blade mCP X Brushless

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E-flite Blade mCP X Brushless
Ultra micro convenience and awesome 3D capability come together in the amazing Blade mCP X BL. Equipped with high-output brushless motors and an AS3X® (Artificial Stabilisation – 3–axis) Flybarless System that’s been specially tuned for higher head speeds, it delivers all the performance an advanced pilot could want. Tic tocs, piro flips and hurricanes – it rips through them all with laser precision and power to spare.

Like its predecessor, the mCP X BL gives you the precision and stability of the proven AS3X® Flybarless System but what sets it apart is an all-new rotor head with longer rotor blades, as well as a brushless power system that blasts mCP X performance to thrilling new heights.

Inverted flight, flips, rolls, funnels, and hurricanes only scratch the surface of the capabilities the mCP X BL has to offer. When pushed hard with left and right pirouetting manoeuvres this heli will reward with crisp, precise tail response unfettered by a lack of power.

The only limits are pilot skill and the space available to fly in!

Features

  • Powerful, 6700Kv brushless main motor with 8100 Kv tail motor
  • Includes fast flight and high-performance symmetrical main blades
  • Includes E-flite® 2S 7.4V 200mAh 30C Li-Po battery and Celectra 2S variable rate DC LiPo Charger with AC adapter
  • Brushless motors provide extreme power capable of performing any manoeuvre with ease
  • A 3mm diameter, 125 mm length solid carbon boom keeps the tail from flexing during hard manoeuvres
  • The carbon main shaft is also designed to be extremely durable, reducing damage during a crash
  • Longer main blades keep the disc loading down to counteract the increase in weight
  • The AS3X flybarless unit has been updated to work with the higher head speed of the brushless setup
  • Robust, long-lasting dual-ball bearing supported linear cyclic servos maintain servo-to-swash precision throughout the increased life- time
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