My name is Russ Owens, rdo4evr on forum.
The sports copter I bought came with a smoke system. The tank has about a 1/4 inch line coming out of it that is necked down to aprox. 1/8 inch to fit on a small unnamed 12 volt pump. I need a pump and the tubing. would like to get your email and maybe send pictures and more specifics. [email protected], 562 924 8186.
BTW hope you are still doing smoke systems.
The clip on the needle was on the bottom slot so I raised it up a notch and it helped a lot. I guess it was getting to much fuel and the B box was just amplifying the problem. I hope to try it in the air this weekend.
I was wondering if you can give me some suggestions on a problem I'm having with my 582 . I have a 582 with B box and intake silencer . It runs ruff at Ideal almost like it has a miss and smooth's out about 2500 rpms then about 4200 rpms it starts to run ruff again like a miss. When giving it more throttle it will go to 4300 rpms and just a little more throttle it will go back to 4200 rpms then a little more it will go to 4400 rpms. About 4500 rpms it will start to smooth out. At full throttle it will do about 6500 rpms.
I'm still trying to get the 'Mothership' flying properly, - having a DEVIL OF A TIME working with Larry Neal.
I currently have a 76" Ivo 4 blade Paddle prop on the 'Tiggy-B' (tuned to 350 hp) with a 2.84 PSRU. What would you guess the results might be ???? Tuner also limited engine RPM to ~ 6100. (Richard Gibby, Utah, GOOD man!)
Currently waiting on 31' SportRotors, 9" chord.
have you heard any horror stories about extruded rotors failing in Europe ??
Love your clips Scott...you are the master. Unbelievable clarity and resolution. Perhaps you can help me with a query. Do you think that my stock "footage" would have less stutter if I used 1394 cable from camera to computer rather than USB to transfer raw material. Being new at this, I note there is a compromise between resolution and hesitations with the inherent high movement, of the background, generated when shooting a gyroplane in action.
4 Ply grooved Balloon style tires which measure 6.00 x 6 ....each one is rated to 1150 Lbs. and include the inner tubes.
These tire treads alone cost about $65-
They are mounted on 6" split rims and are complete with Axle Hubs which have dual needle roller bearings (inner & outer).
The Hubs fit the included 1" O.D. Axles.
As far as I know, I need 15 x 600x6 tires, Mike says they are at least 15" OD !