|Nov 02, 2005, 10:29 AM|
Joined Aug 2003
Pusher motor help needed
Hi : I am very new at electric planes.
Need to fit a brushed motor in a pusher configuration.
Without a pusher prop,how I have to do?
Thank in advance for your help.
|Nov 02, 2005, 11:27 AM|
Beaverdam Creek, VA
Joined Aug 2005
What kind of motor are you using? Some have neutral timing and run the same either direction. Others will see a small performance drop running opposite to their design. On some the timing is adjustable.
|Nov 02, 2005, 11:45 AM|
You can use a 'normal prop' - just fit it with the normal front of the prop (convex blade surface, usually with letters embossed on it) facing forward, run your motor in reverse (so the prop spins clockwise when viewed from the REAR of the plane) and as they say "Bob's your uncle!".
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