Twinstarr help.

Brent_Brown

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OK; I'm close to the bell crank travel I needed.
Now if one of you Twinnstarr flyers can get the distance between the rudders at the HS.
I have 76.5"
 

Brent Drake

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Brent, Show me a pic of which measurement your looking for and I will be at my gyro today. I'll get you one of mine.
 

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I don't have the motor on it so you can use any place on the rudder you want just tell me so I can use the same.
thanks.
 

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Brent, That was nice of you to use a shot of my gyro!

Mine measures 76" side to side.
 

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Thanks I used in the other big prop thread. Do you have anything to say about that prop. good, bad or why you use it.
 

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Brent I called Sensenich on the prop because so many people were concerned about it might be the wrong prop for the engine. They told be they had all the spec's for the Twinstarr and cuoldbuild me a prop anytime.
I ask them about my large prop. They told me they special made it for the Twinstarr. The lager blade the prop has makes it quieter in flight. I never paid much attention to it. but it does not make hardly any noise. Just the engine and the air moving. I really like it.
 
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