Originally Posted by BillBoost37
That'* the problem...where'* the gearing? Nosedrive is a solid shaft in bearings to my knowledge. The nosedrive shaft couples to one of the rotors and from there the rotor gears only time the two rotors to not clash.
Far as I know the only thing that controls how fast the rotors spin is the pulley and belt.
Edit...we could look at pics..but Pauls bandwidth exceeded and his PB is hosed.
correct, and you are thinking exactly the same as me in the actuall working of the SC
could it be that there is a change in the way were the ND shaft couples, with the gears and then from there it has an effect on the speed that the rotors turn
do we have any pics of the ND or the rotor Gears of the Gen V from when Wren was playing with Pauls....from there we can compare it to the Gen 3??