Thank you. I get that the fuses are completely different. More the mention of different angles that I still am not quite understanding. I see the one pictured above is mounted to an old plate, and that the newest production ones are mounted a bit further forward on a black version of the newest plate. Are the production spitfire plates actually wedge shaped?
I guess what I'm asking is: Is the strut mounted at an angle to the plate that is not completely square? Or is the strut to fuse junction not completely square or both? Either way, it must be subtle. It's tough to pic up on in photos or Zeeko's promo material. It would seem crazy to me that both foils would not use the same strut. Those are cut square at both ends. Any angle change would have to be due to angles produced by either plate or fuse mounting surface.
I sense that 3 inlets is maybe a little put off by these reverse engineering questions. Please do not be guarded. This is a polished product released to the market. Any commercial outfit wanting to reverse engineer one will simply buy it and go from there, and very few people are going to DIY themselves a spitfire. Zeeko have a big jump on the market with this progression. Sharing info is simply to help advance the understanding of the concept and speaks to the best this forum has to offer. Beats all the usual bragging and bitching!
I am already a Zeeko customer and have nothing but great respect for how far ahead of the pack they are.
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