|09-26-2004, 09:43 AM||#1|
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Join Date: Apr 2003
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converting a single engine plane to a twin
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i want to do something different with my pepsi spad.
i biult a debonair with a few mods 2 years ago. im looking to make it a twin, here are the specs
the wing is 64" long flat bottom
chord of 14"
it has a gms 47 for power..
i want to put 2x .40 la on the wing and remove the gms....
with 10x6 props how far apart should the engines be? keeping in mind the clearance to the fuse... should the engines be 90 degrees to the wing or should it be offset towards the fuse incase of engine failure...
this is my first twin project.. anyone know of a website with this kinda information?
im from Sudbury Ontario!
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