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  1. #11
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    Default Re: anode behind the props DP-G

    Quote Originally Posted by BruceK View Post
    As they are contra rotating how on earth do you manage that?
    It will run slightly more smoothly if you position the smaller prop so that blades from both props aren't directly inline with the exhaust plate at the same time.
    (supposedly).

    I never did this...

  2. #12
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    Default Re: anode behind the props DP-G

    [QUOTE=FlowerPower;6307059]I tend to use a block of wood to prevent the propeller rotating, rather than messing around putting it in gear.
    Also, it's worth cleaning the mating face on the back of the spinner cone, and the ring shaped surface on the prop that it engages with.
    Otherwise the spinner cone can come undone, and the prop can fall off in Belgium, as happened to me

    Does that mean if I don't go to Belgium the prop won't fall off.
    sorry couldn't resist

  3. #13
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    Default Re: anode behind the props DP-G

    Quote Originally Posted by FlowerPower View Post
    It will run slightly more smoothly if you position the smaller prop so that blades from both props aren't directly inline with the exhaust plate at the same time.
    (supposedly).

    I never did this...
    That makes more sense.

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