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Electric conversion of the Miller Harmony

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Barry Urry26/07/2011 16:31:44
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I have almost completed my Harmony--for a second time . . . crashes don't do anything for a balsa wood airplane. I am doing an electric conversion with it. Is there a "standard" offset for an electric motors. I don't want my re-furbished Harmony to ground loop. BTW, this airplane is sweet! Repairs are simple and straight forward.
PatMc26/07/2011 17:19:14
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If the electric motor has a comparable power to the ic then any thrust offsets should be the same.
Peter Miller26/07/2011 18:33:59
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Pat is right. Thrust lines should be the same
Harmony has 0-0 angles.
Hope the rebuild goes well.
Barry Urry04/05/2012 15:55:15
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I want to build another Harmony. My first turned-out fair, but it was actually the first scratch build that I have done for years. Now that I "know better," I would like to try it again. How do I get a copy of the build article? I can't remember how to put the washout in the wing--the proper d

Peter Miller04/05/2012 18:52:44
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PM me your email address and I will send the text. to you. I have recently posted the wing construction pictures in another Harmony thread.

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