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Re: Rotor Speed at Start?

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Old 05-04-2005, 11:16 AM
Randolph
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Re: Rotor Speed at Start?


[email protected] wrote:

> Do you hnow the normal rotor speed when the engine is cranked?


The rotor should run exactly half as fast as the engine. Having the
rotor run at the wrong speed would be a very, very unusual problem. If
your timing belt is broken, the rotor would not turn at all.
 
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