Factory Cog Tensioner installed in Rotorway 162F
This video shows the start sequence of the factory oil pressure actuated
cog belt tensioner. Notice the tension applied by the cog wheel until the
engine oil pressure builds following engine start. Notice the amount of cog
belt movement during the start squence and during running compared to the
VP elastomeric cog belt tensioner shown on the other video.
AW 95 start up
First start of my Aw 95 project,no rotor blades yet,nor tail rotor.
MBB Scorpion 133 Helicopter 2
Small flight! Note: I still was using ballast in this video but shortly
after did away with it. No ballast weight required..... Haven't had to
for even passenger carry.... Happy about that!
Ryan McCall's RotorWay Helicopter (#2) - Fly/In Cruise/In
Series #37 Part #3
Fly/In Cruise/In Video Magazine
Ryan McCall shows us his very nice RotorWay Helicopter he named "Silver
Pleasure". Ryan demostrates the controls of his flying machine & explains
how a helicopter fly's.
Produced by: Inge Harte - Ray Johnson
2012_05_12 Auto Rotations
Saturday I was able to get out for some auto rotation practice.
This time I was mostly practicing turns, also experimenting a bit with
speed and range.
They're not too pretty, I abandoned a few and rolled on throttle early.
I need a lot of practice, but it's great fun practicing.
Alternator pulley comparsion.wmv
This video demonstrates the excessive levels of NVH, belt system stress and
other severe issues resulting from the use of a SOLID ALTERNATOR PULLEY on
this Ford engine. Throughout this test all drive components, lengths, and
sizes remained constant. The only variable was the alternator
pulley/decoupler technology. (RotoRX is the former brand name of the Litens
OAD decoupler.) This clip shows the use of a variety of ONE-WAY CLUTCH
alternator pulleys on the same engine. Now we see the smooth, efficient
operation of the same engine belt drive system using an OAD decoupler
pulley. The Litens OAD was previously marketed under the RotorRX brand.