Very nice.  Rapid extension and retract.  I have seen that motor somewhere
before.

I did like the large access panel to the motor compartment.  Not sure how
they maintain adequate strength in that area.

On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 7:25 PM, Mike Borgelt <
mborg...@borgeltinstruments.com> wrote:

> At 07:04 PM 9/20/2016, you wrote:
>
> Any  good links?
> I found a schematic diagram which indicates that the motor has a pusher
> folding prop.  Not sure how it retracts and fits in the fuselage with the
> blades sticking up?
>
>
>
> Here you go: http://www.gpgliders.info/technik/ Scroll down to the
> videos. They took quite a while to load here. The link seems slow.
> Sheer bloody genius I think.
>
> Mike
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