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Blade mCP X BL BNF

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  • Transmitter Not Included - You will need A 6+ channel DSM2®/DSMX® transmitter is required
  • AS3X® Flybarless System
  • Powerful, 6700Kv brushless main motor
  • 8100Kv brushless tail motor
  • Dual ball bearing, linear long-throw cyclic servos
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Blade mCP X BL BNF + 200mAh 2S 7.4V 30C Li-Po Battery + Spektrum DX6i DSMX 6-Channel 2 Mode Transmitter
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  • Product Dimensions: 14.2 x 7.2 x 4.2 inches ; 1.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00B25QM04
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 14 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #156,499 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
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Like its predecessor, the mCP X BL gives you the precision and stability of the proven AS3X® Flybarless System. What sets it apart is an all-new rotor head with longer rotor blades, as well as a brushless power system.

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It is a lot of fun and smooth in flight after some work of course.
D.I.Y. Soup
I like the power and 3D flying is easier than on a Nano CPX with a brushless motor upgrade, which I did and liked.
Chad G. Dequevedo
The primary benefit of this copter is that it's hard to break but easy and cheap to fix it.
HummingBull

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Abdon on April 15, 2013
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I had about 3 mCPX V2, all wrecked by now, but that didn't happen in a day, there was hours a day for more than a year to happen. And they where repairable but I preferred to buy a new one. This new version BL is very similar in shape and size, but It has tons of more power in both rotors, It's much better to flip, and roll since tail is not going to blow that easy. This heli is very powerful, so it feels a lot more impacts than nano or brushed MCPX, with a small crash, maybe It won't brake down, but the main gear, and headlinks are going to come off, with a stronger impact, tailboom may brake and main rotor grips could too. I wouldn't say that is more sensitive than previous but more violent. I recommend applying a drop of CA glue between main gear and main shaft to avoid loosing pieces.
I still think that 130X flyes better and feel more like a big heli, but this one is indeed a good performer. For learning the basics, nanoCPX and older mCPX are better since they are a bit more docile and resistant, mCPX BL is better for intermediate to advanced pilots that know how to cope with a tough machine when flying at a flat 100% idle up curve. At this price level the 130X could be a better option but in my experience is a lot more expensive to mantain since tail gears, tail servos and sometimes front servo get easily damaged, unless you're way lucky, or you buy metal upgrades and S35 tail servo plus sanding a bit the Main metal gear (optional but necesary). Also be sure to buy spare lipos and a better charger since stock charger needs more than half an hour to charge each lipo which lasts for 3 minutes on 3D flight and 4 minutes on normal flight.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By C. Moy on March 8, 2013
I have flown this helicopter for a couple of weeks now and here are my impressions. First off let me say that I own a lot of helicopters from Horizon Hobby the manufacturer of the Blade line of helicopters. I own the following Blade helicopters: Blade mCX RTF, Blade mSR RTF,Blade Nano CP X BNF (Transmitter Not Included), Blade mCP X V2 BNF (Transmitter not Included), 130 X BNF, and have owned in the past: CX, CX2, CP, and CP Pro. I have been flying R/C helicopters and R/C planes since 2005. The Blade line of helicopters are great for those looking to get into the hobby without too much upfront investment since many come with batteries and chargers, all one needs to buy is a transmitter. This is why I started with them and still buy the bind and fly small helis they make. For my larger helicopters I choose to go with Align and SAB.

The MCP X BL is a much improved upgrade over the MCP X V1 and V2. I did the brushless conversion on my V2 MCP X and it still does not have the power this helicopter has. It is slightly larger than the original MCP X and uses a two cell battery instead of a 1 cell but not so much so that it takes it out of the indoor flying size. I like the brushless tail motor as well, it provides very solid tail authority.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By D.I.Y. Soup on February 22, 2013
I really love this heli a lot. I have a few regular Blade mCP X's converted to brushless which was the community's way of making what this heli is supposed to be. Some feel they are the same, but I don't. The Blade mCP X and mCP X BL can be compared, but to me they feel different in flight. When I fly, I usually start and warm up with my Nano CP X, move up to my brushless regular mCP X's, then I finish up with this heli. It is a lot of fun and smooth in flight after some work of course. It is decent in the wind and if you build up speed properly this beast will scream.

Overall I don't regret the purchase. I'm considering a second one. If you want to read more basic info and details about the Blade mCP X BL and a few other heli's you can go to diysoup.com/do-it-yourself/hobby/remote-control-helicopters/blade-mcp-x-bl/ to read my detailed experiences current and in the future.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Gabe S. on November 23, 2013
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I really love this little helicopter. Both of its motors are brushless. This is my first 3D helicopter. It I have had it for about 4 months, and its still holding up quite well. I broke the canopy after my first 4 flights. I can now throw some moderate 3D at it now, and it holds up as if it were a breeze. The only thing is that if you do full pitch upwards, the tail can't keep up, and it turns about 35 degrees. I have crashed this about 25 times, about 10 being on cement. I broke the frame after about 25 flights, the tail boom holder cracked and now it wobbles, so I am going to be replacing it. This has very easy maintenance. You might have to straighten the push rods sometimes if you crash. Comes with everything you need except for the radio (NEEDS AT LEAST 6 CHANNELS). You will need to program the radio before you fly it. The motors will last a lifetime if you treat them well.

Pros:

-Durable
-Fast
-Lots of torque
-Comes with 2 types of blades (fast flight and bullet blades)

Cons:

-If you crash, the bottom gear gets loose sometimes and you have to push it back on
-Short battery flight time ~3.5 minutes

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