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    Equal Lift

    I was thinking I would get equal lift if I countered one prop.But which one on something like this.I'm looking to pull more air over the larger part of the wing.I think it's basic pulling air from the outside in?Looking for other opinions?
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    RE: Equal Lift

    Charlie, no, do not counter rotate the prop, the solution is in having more aerodynamic wingtips - see thread elsewhere in this forum.. you need it to be around a Reynolds number of 3000 at 1500 rpm to have it in alaminar flow regime to reduce drag. You also got to think about installing a trim tab on one wing so you can improve the directional control.

    My experience is that continental drift sometimes causes the Earth to jump up and knock a plane out of the sky......

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    RE: Equal Lift

    This is a Rotary wing aircraft
    Charlie111 Looking for two HIGH PERFORMANCE motors with single channel speed control.BRUSH OR BRUSHLESS


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