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Re: M13 Propeller--How Low Can You Go? new [Re: Sasa]
      #5941843 - 06/26/13 06:01 PM

Nice image, Sasa! The propeller in your image has its hub to the lower left of the core about one quarter of the way out from the center with one blade pointing to the eight o'clock position, one blade pointing to the twelve thirty position and the third blade pointing to the four o'clock position.

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Re: M13 Propeller--How Low Can You Go? new [Re: Charles Funk]
      #5941858 - 06/26/13 06:12 PM

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I just do not see this propeller. Anyone have a overlay, showing the exact location of this feature?




Quick 'n' messy:
http://i205.photobucket.com/albums/bb231/zhimbo/Untitled.png


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Re: M13 Propeller--How Low Can You Go? [Re: star drop]
      #5944994 - 06/28/13 03:17 PM

Thanks Ted,

I can see it now. Did not notice it before, just the more obvious one in the halo right from the core.

Alexander


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