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Do you have a photo of the Blade Runner?
The other post is not showing the photo anymore .
Since we make right turns put the header / pipe on the left side. The oil spray clears the hull more often
such as in turns the centrifugal...
That checks out as early in the vid I noted peak rpm.
If 15% slip 86.8 mph / total pitch 3.42" / average Doppler
before and after camera mic...
Any radar on this one?
Best pass: 34,560 coming at the camera and 34,157 rpm going away per Doppler App.
Could try a FM radio as option B.
Here are the two side by side for reference.
Yes it's good that you can document the run with a video a rare chance to see this vintage
design run in 2018. Those are old servos the wiper...
Gill you should get some video of it running, I imagine anything on the net is old lower resolution.
- I looked on you tube couldn't find any...
It's quite with the exhaust suppression, wonder how much more rpm if the stingers where left open.
Johns tanks are nice I have two different sizes they work great.
Martin do you have a pic of the .12 size SAW rigger, the only vid available was too low in resolution?
Yep last pass hit 29,554 rpm.
135.054 mph / 198.08 ft. / sec. not much time to blink. [IMG]
Glenn do you have any pics of Martin's .12 would love to have a peek at it. [IMG]
I would have to say my own rigger designs as they require a conceptual process to fruition.
The other aspect is the use of very little power .05...
Yes big leap in torque with a .12. For me using the Picco .05 / .8cc engine just
barely able to get away with it using 1/8" stub shaft. Next...
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