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Old May 07, 2010, 05:38 AM
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Hi Adam,

Thankl you for the nice compliment! I'm adding more example planes to work with for the beginner so that you all can see just how easy this whole thing is...

Standing behind the plane (on a regular plane), you will notice that the prop is turning exactly like you would turn a screwdriver, when driving screws. There's no difference between a screw, and a conventional prop. In fact, we often refer to airplane props and boat props and submarine props as "screws".

Turn your motor around, and then switch any two wires on your motor to make it turn in the correct direction.

Then turn the prop around to make it face forward just like it faced before (the front of the plane). All done...

Chuck
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