Small Coaxial Helicopter SCH-2A

NJpilot

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Do the counter rotating blades in coaxial helicopters reduce the danger of applying uneven bump forces that can flip conventional choppers?

Next time find a narrower place to fly this thing with even more power lines. :oops:
 

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I’d have one ina hart beet if it hada propa engine init👍
 

Kevin_Richey

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That website shown in Post #1 shows a US east coast distributor located in Merritt Island, FL, CFX Aero LLC. An Andrey Vegger is the contact person.

China is represented as another distributor as well as the owner, Miro, who handles the European market & other countries. Miro says he is in negotiations w/ a west coast US distributor.
 
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I would like to hear from someone experienced discuss whether a coaxial design can adequately autorotate. I would think that friction in the gearing might be an issue as well as the shorter rotor blades.
 

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Good morning Folks For those of you in the USA who would be interested in our program My name is Andrey Vegger My phone number 603 409 9093 and location is KCOI in Sunny Florida (Space Coast Cape Canaveral Merritt Island) Feel free to reach out for any questions comments and concerns.
 

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Small Coaxial Helicopter SCH-2A is one of the lightest manned coaxial helicopter in the world and is compliant to US FAR Part 103 Ultralight Vehicle rules.​


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Small Coaxial Helicopter SCH-2A is one of the lightest manned coaxial helicopter in the world and is compliant to US FAR Part 103 Ultralight Vehicle rules.​


Can some one please explain to me how a Coaxial helicopter turns and flies. I know how regular helicopters fly and turn.
 
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