KDE DIRECT E-FLITE BLADE SERIES
130X FLYBARLESS MAIN ROTOR HOUSING

KDE Direct has now expanded into the E-FLITE BLADE series of helicopters, and we’re proud to announce our first release – the KDE Direct E-FLITE BLADE Series 130X Flybarless Main Rotor Housing. The new design incorporates a series of performance enhancements, including a FEA-optimized design for unprecedented strength and light-weight characteristics; with the incorporation of the innovative clamping mechanism for accurate and crisp flight feel for all flying styles.

Click HERE to read our article for the Blade Series 130X FBL Main Rotor Housing.

Here is an additional pic released for the 130X FBL Main Rotor Housing:

Click HERE for the Installation Diagram (pdf).

KDE DIRECT E-FLITE BLADE 130X SERIES FLYBARLESS MAIN ROTOR HOUSING

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Introducing the brand-new KDE Direct E-FLITE Upgrade Series, starting with the first launch in November, 2012 of the BLADE 130X Series Flybarless Main Rotor Housing. The new upgrade provides the same industry-leading quality and innovation KDE Direct is known for to this new segment of Micro- and Mini- helicopter classes. Look forward to other new releases for the BLADE series coming in the near future!

Video showing accurate flying capability in high-wind, outdoor environment and smooth, indoor flying improvements with KDE Direct upgrades.

LiPo being used is the latest ProTek R/C 35C 2S1P-380mAH.
Motor being used is the stock BLADE 130X Brushless Motor (6730 Kv).

More KDE Direct News:

KDE Direct donates products worldwide to help promote the advancement of technology in the world of RC Helicopters, including the hobby enthusiast and unmanned aircraft (UAV) development areas of research. Recently, KDE Direct donated the TREX 700 Nitro Series Electronic-Conversion XKit to the Kansas State University Unmanned Aerial Systems Club and with their hard-efforts, they were able to compete at the 2012 AUVSI competition and place 7th out of 28 participating teams, including six international groups. Congratulations to them and looking forward to seeing their progress in the years to come.

Kansas State University Unmanned Aerial Systems Club Using the KDE Direct Electric Conversion XKit (PRODUCT LINK), the club performed extremely well and placed 7th in the 2012 AUVSI competition (against 28 total teams).

Source: KDE Direct

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