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    How do I achieve desired airflow

    On my Electric rotowing because of it's rotation my motrs and props must turn counter clockwise to pull air in from wingtips across the larger surface area.Do I put pusher props up front or get reverse props if they make them?
    Charlie111 Looking for two HIGH PERFORMANCE motors with single channel speed control.BRUSH OR BRUSHLESS

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    RE: How do I achieve desired airflow

    Looking at my motors they have to turn clockwise.The props that came with the first motors rotated counter clockwiseTo make it simple do they make such a prop for the pylon Racers? could'nt find them
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    RE: How do I achieve desired airflow

    Do you want to do something like this. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3KrFV0-WFw

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    RE: How do I achieve desired airflow

    Well thats cool but mine is like a lightweight oversized propeller that is Rotated from the wingtips.I'm not sure what normal rotation is but, front view my props have to turn clockwise.Not pusher but, possibly use pusher props on front mounted motor.Then again I don't know what standard rotation is?I want to turn the air inward for better performance!
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