Clyde Cessna felt the same way. When he flew check flights in newly built Travel Air airplanes, he had the mechanics reverse the rudder controls to suit his idea of the way things ought to be. After the flight, they put them back before delivery. Nowadays I don't think this would be considered a best-practice.The dam yaw pedals work backwards in every flying machine if you ask me.
Hi, I'm not sure what clutch this machine uses but it could be an Rk400 centrifugal clutch which would definitely work, or if I was designing it I would opt for a much lighter belt tightening pulley system as the belts are poly 'v'.HI Everyone, I am new to the forum and working on a design of Co-axial helicopter, in this regard, could anyone help me to understand on the clutch mechanism developed on this engine ? I assume the clutch of the engine is not used. Also i would like to understand how the Yaw is adjusted and controlled.
I hope this is collective pitch control design, would there anyone has drawings to share or is this available in kit form ? I am interested in getting engine from manufacturer as this engine is from china and i live in thailand, if the rest of the item ( rotar stages and electronics would be an kit), i would construct myself the helicopter in thailand. My problem is that i cannot import the full helicopter as thai government would impose a big duty and shipment would cost a fortune. Kindly help me out in advising and share some of your experiences.