Thanks Guys, just whay was needed.
Any one have these by chance?
What horse power on the Enstrom mentioned?
Good point on the flow check as it comes out of the valve. My question relates to a helicopter so climes are rather flat, none the less these are...
Lots of good info here guys, info that I will trake into account, thank you.
How is this calculated?
Two tanks, t'd together into one supply line using 3/8 fuel line.
Thanks much for the information Don
By your description it would seem obvious that it was "The End of the story" for that ship and very fortunate for him that the work done was done....
Did you see the air-frame after the crash?
Wondering where the mast and rotor head ended up and how the soft mount set up did in keeping the gear...
How thick was the plate?
I take it then that the gear box was hard mounted to the plate?
Rubber bushings at four points ?
Rubber bushings top and...
You had mentioned a while back that on a Helicom COM II you had soft mounted the main gear box on an aluminum plate. Can/will you detail just how...
I guess awesome is in the eyes of the beholder then :gig:
Then that's going to be one flat awesome helicopter!
Not likely, at that angle not going to be a happy ending.
If thats not a photoShop I hope you are not planing on using that R22 rotor system.
Are you able to activly work on it now?
I'd thought about milling a few slots in the inner tube, the horns have been lightened about as far as I want to go. the...
Yes, I have thought about it, would definitely save more weight and I would not have to farm out the construction, which presently I've zero...
Unfortunately, that would offers no benefit in weight savings which was my hope, in fact SS is ever so slightly heavier.
Thanks for the input BBerson
Thanks for the help, love how you guys think differently for solutions.
Unfortunately, what you are suggesting (as I am visualizing...
Actually thats not a bad idea, just no clearance to the inner tube.
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