Originally Posted by UliZ
@EQMod and @Martyn McKenny,
well I can not argue
your discussion (too less physics knowledge
) but what I can do
is to proove the effect itself now.
As posted yesterday, I gave it a 2nd try and this time movin' the neos around whole the circle of the mCPX stock tail motor (same as mSR tail motor).
I indeed found a position where RPM is drastically improved, but... that was not
right the place where that litte neodyms would like to place themseleves to but somewhat ~90° away.
Finally I glued them on that position and the motor is now spinning at a higher speed at full input
(on mCPX tail is FBL-driven). Field tests outside to proove the estimated higher piro rate will be done in a few hours and I'll be back with the results (sorry can#t film that).
Yup. If the magnet repels from the can, you are in the right track. Actually one of the difficult task is glueing them on the can with CA. I need to stick the magnet 90° away from the can then slide it with my finger to the glue point and wait for the CA to harden. And i had to do it 20 times if i am to stick 20 pellets on the can