Blade mCP X vs Blade mCP X 2
The Blade mCP X 2 team focused on customers comments on their experiences with flying the Blade mCP X. Although a high percentage of the comments are postive, there was some constructive criticism regarding the battery, tracking, and tail authority. They also saw mods on the swashplate and changed the design by installing grommets on the swashplate.
Fast forward flight tracks a lot better. Which means that the Blade mCP X 2 flies straighter without having to constantly adjust. This is partly due to the flybarless system and the grommets installed on the swashplate which also eliminates slop. The new larger tail prop increases tail authority which uses more pitch and leads to better control. The new 30C LiPo battery supplies more power at the tail end of the charge and supplies about 5% more power overall. The new digital sensor on board controls all 3 axis which simplifies the board. Many upgrades are available for both the mCP X and mCP X 2.