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Old 11-07-2008, 02:14 AM
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Guys ... I have a YS61 (heli engine) that I was told can be used for a plane set up. I read somewhere to do so it will need some form of adapter that can be purchased. Can anyone assist me please? Do I need some adapter to lengthen the shaft or perhaps none is needed ... thanks!
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you need a prop drive to slide over crankshaft, then use normal prop nut
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Ducted fan engines have the same problem. The fix is easy: http://www.truturn.com/faq-05.htm a short shaft adaptor. You can e-mail or phone your questions to them and they are happy to help.
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Thanks for the assistance guys!
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