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Mike G
Mike G
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Last Activity: Today, 03:15 AM
Joined: 06-16-2005
Location: Lillebonne France
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  • Mike G
    replied to Unbalanced sportcopter blades
    Kolibri, perhaps an apology to the Polish Gyro Tech is in order, you implied they had a failure and that wasn't true hence their reputation could have suffered, as could SportCopters after Eddies comments and you thought that that merited an apology.



    It seems we have a number...
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  • Mike G
    replied to Unbalanced sportcopter blades
    Kolibri
    As you can imagine I was concerned about your report about delamination so I contacted Gyro Tech in Poland to find out if this was their rotor.

    They replied that this report was not about their blades, they have contacted the ASRA for more details.

    Your report...
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  • Another alternative.
    http://www.aatech.pl/
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  • Mike G
    replied to Unbalanced sportcopter blades
    Kolibri
    in post #15 you wrote
    "a 5-year old foreign company, which had a delamination issue in their other blades."
    The ELA owner I'm working with didn't know about this ( neither did I). Please supply details of this incident
    Where, when, what machine etc.
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  • Fred
    if you go a bit further west to Le Havre St Romain airfield contact me before and we can meet up.

    I shall be going to Lens again soon to work on the ELA with a Gyro Tech rotor and will send you a PM, if you're free it's not far from Arras come and say hello.
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  • Mike G
    replied to Unbalanced sportcopter blades
    Itís a pity this thread has degenerated, because it was becoming an interesting topic.

    Ironically all of you are probably right within your own frames of reference.

    Kolibri preaches safety first and donít try something that hasnít been fully tested by others. This seems to...
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  • Mike G
    replied to Teeth gear ring cracks
    Fara
    Thanks for replying I only wish Tom and Desmond were as reliable as you.
    I would still like to know what spring is removed, I can't imagine it's the big one in my photo so I presume there was another one, where was it and what did it do??
    If you're using the same bendix I imagine...
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