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Old 02-21-2021, 12:22 PM
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Default Landoll Harmonic Balancer

Originally Posted by BH1166 View Post
Was going through box of stuff. Thought Id share.
Wow! Haven't seen THAT in a while! If I rummaged through my RV files I'll bet I have that "data" sheet! Simpler time.......

I also wanted it for the weight forward. I knew I would likely be doing aerobatics and have the "aerobatic" plate as well. Forgot about that! Sure makes that O-320 run smooooooooooth...........

I agree: a MUST for a light-weight prop. Likely would cost more to make now than back then. That was mid 1990's maybe? That would have been when I would have been looking for one. I don't remember who turned me on to them. I appreciate whoever it was.....
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Old 02-21-2021, 07:03 PM
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Had the balancer on my O-360 RV6 with a very light Prince P-tip prop. Moved the c.g. forward and I gained 50 static rpm, as well as being very smooth. Perfect match for a tail heavy FP RV.
RV6 #20477 completed 1991 sold.
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1941 J3 Cub skis,floats.
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