Okay that makes sense, thank you!Yes, you would wind the same as Nationals rubber. i.e., same torque, half the winds.
The rubber is the same "width" (actually same linear density, or cross section times density), but half the length.
Then the elevation gain should be 1/2 if the full rubber, and if launched from close to the floor, the time should be about half.
Sounds about right. Sharp pins did reduce rubber usage, but I found they were more reliable to set offIn the original pigeon Obarski torque burner, he made these bushing-type things and used thread/glue to attach them.
If you don't want to do that, I think you could also place a piece of a plastic straw or tube in every division, and have a partner hold it there while you wind. When you're done, you can put them over the wires/pins and remove the straws. I guess if the end of the pin is sharp, you might be at risk of breaking the rubber or something. Doing these types of things would take a really, really large amount of practice.
lmk if I said anything wrong.
Partially being a large state with strong teams, partially him.Forgive my ignorance but what makes MI flight events so good/competitive?
gets a lot of credit.him.
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