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  • #16
    You have me there. The important thing is it does not leave the circuit, while within the ship.....

    What you got on Kort Nozzles?

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    • #17
      Never heard of them before today, but a brief google tells me that they're just a bit of ducting fitted around propellers to modify the performance. Not sure how blowing one out would sink the ship unless you put a hole in the hull while you were at it.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by na grohmití View Post

        What you got on Kort Nozzles?
        That's beside the left phalange....right?

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Jetjock View Post
          That's beside the left phalange....right?
          Sounds painful. You should have a doctor look at it.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Jetjock View Post
            That's beside the left phalange....right?
            Only found (hopefuly) on Aircraft.

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            • #21
              If it was up to me I'd just leave a tap running.
              Last edited by sofa; 29 November 2014, 17:21.

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              • #22
                Or they could try ramming a floating pontoon again.
                It was the year of fire...the year of destruction...the year we took back what was ours.
                It was the year of rebirth...the year of great sadness...the year of pain...and the year of joy.
                It was a new age...It was the end of history.
                It was the year everything changed.

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                • #23
                  No you didn'

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