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3 rotor?
Submitted by SurfManCam on Friday, January 21, 2005 - 2:29am

Hey, I am a senior mechanical engineering student and I am workin on my senior project which is hopefully to buildin a 3 rotor engine. I know there are 20b's and such out there but I was thinking about takin 3 rotor housings and combining them. I know there would have 2 be some major engineering to design the e-shaft and all the other components. I was just wondering is there an after market for this stuff? Any suggestions?

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January 21, 2005 - 12:56pm
Can you try to explain what you want to do differently, because I am not clear on what you intend.
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