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Old 06-19-2017, 06:38 AM
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I tried running all 4, then just two, and eventually went back to the standard. Poly is effective at controling the spinner/cowl alignment and sag as expected but just a bit too harsh for a long cross country ship in my opinion. If it was a 30 minute per day acro ship, then I'd use them.

There are different formulations of poly that might work better, but its going to be a while before I have the time to machine up a mold and experiment.
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