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I want to make one on the cheap. What have you guys done? Just looking for a quick way to balance my props.
Ok guys, I want to build an engine that will swing an 8x4 prop. I am not looking for high rpms but, enough to be able to pull about 15oz around the sky. I know the Texaco is an option but, I want to build one using spare product engines. My thoughts ar
I have two grey Cox 7X3.5 props, that I have been told work good for the .09. Will a 7X4 prop work? Thanks! Allen
I got this at my LHS today: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Top-Flite-Power-Point-Prop-Balancer-TOPQ5700-/160736125326?pt=Radio_Control_Parts_Accessories&hash=item256c9ea18e It is a magnetically suspended balancing shaft and should be pretty accurate. That's