Which rotor is more prone to flexing under load?

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    Which rotor is more prone to flexing under load?

    The Stradic FJ, or the Sustain FG?

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    That depends on the size because the material changes. All of the rotors are strong enough to match the max drag capability of the reel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bantam1 View Post
    That depends on the size because the material changes.
    Say a 3000 and an 8000.
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    The Sustain 3000FG will have less because we use a new carbon (CI4+) than the Stradic 3000FJ which uses graphite. There is no 8000 size Sustain. The Sustain 10000FG uses CI4+ and the Stradic 8000FJ uses aluminum. They all have minimal flex for the drag ratings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bantam1 View Post
    The Sustain 3000FG will have less because we use a new carbon (CI4+) than the Stradic 3000FJ which uses graphite. There is no 8000 size Sustain. The Sustain 10000FG uses CI4+ and the Stradic 8000FJ uses aluminum. They all have minimal flex for the drag ratings.
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