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Old Aug 05, 2010, 06:41 AM
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I believe that:
if the motor rotates in clockwise direction, will make the model rotate in counterclockwise direction tore lengthwise, this causes the left wing touching the ground with more force, in theory should be offset by the extra injection of air, but I see no.

I would make a bigger model and put a motor on each wing.


if you wonder why your model is wrong and that of marjin not also deve marjin that the greater use of a prop smaller compared with the model, so the rotation length is much smaller.

for a small model so the prop is too big for what I see in the picture (only seen a little of the prop)


Correct me if I'm wrong.


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