<VV> Fwd: Yet another Corvair slam

ScottyGrover at aol.com ScottyGrover at aol.com
Thu Apr 15 14:40:29 EDT 2010

 From: lclarkpdx at gmail.com
CC: virtualvairs at corvair.org
Sent: 4/15/2010  11:05:06 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time
Subj: Re: <VV> Yet another  Corvair slam

The author has also confused a radial engine with a rotary  engine in the
part about the RX2, and claims that rotaries were old  technology in the
1920's. I thought the wankel was invented in the  50's.
Rotary engines were common for aeromotive use in WW1; the most common was  
the Gnome-Rhone.  It held the crankshaft stationary and the cylinder  
assembly (air-cooled, of course) rotated to spin the propellor (what an  
Scotty from Hollyweird

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