Vertical Tango wrote:Now that makes sense !
Doubling them that way makes the whole thing more rigid for transportation, and also shorter in total length.
When I had a Magni, I designed a trailer with a quick attachment for the rotors as I did not want to remove them and it allowed me to transport the gyro at 130kph+ without a problem. The next transport problem to resolve with a side-by-side is the width of the wheel base (that's the problem I have with the Xenon) as it forces the gyro to be above the wheels of the trailer as opposed to inside the width, and creates a higher c of g on the road.
I would be interested to know what is the wheel base of the Rotortec.
Vertical Tango wrote:2.2m is the same as the Xenon. With tyre width and chassis clearance, you cannot fit it in the max 2.4m allowed on the road. It will have to stay above.
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