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Rotary engine and RPM...
Submitted by No Rotor on Friday, June 18, 2004 - 1:56am

Hello,
I am a bit curious on the Renesis, and I have a question for the knowers.
On the Rotary, what is the RPM mesured?
- The rotor revolution number
- The exit axle of the engine (after the excentic)??
thx a lot

Soishiro

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subject:
where is the RPM measured?
author:
No Rotor
date:
June 18, 2004 - 7:33am
As far as I know the RPM is measured at the crankshaft like all other engines. The rotor turns at one-third of crank or eccentric shaft speeds.
Tim
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