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Old 04-28-2007, 09:30 PM
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Heres a bit better pic:

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what number is the plate in the picture?
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I think its a "0" Tweeked what do you guys think?
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Needs some material taken off the nose. Also watch your governor arm adjustment with that plate. If you slide it forward a bit then the arm could dive under.

To me it has too much nose on it considering how drastic the mid cut is.

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1) Comparing the pic with the drawing, in particular looking at the position of the two screws on top, this looks to me as if the photographed plate was heavily cut below the "0" profile. Is that true, and if so, what specific function(s) has the chosen profile?

2) What would the profile of a #5 plate look like in comparison to the #0, #10, and #100 shown

3) What are the "specs" of the various plates (maybe this will contribute to the decision making for interested novice bombers)

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