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ken kemper

Would love to see a Kamov in flight...that's for sure.

Beautiful pic
Tim Segulin
Now there's something we don't see every day.
Allan Burke
I’ll bet rotor maintenance is a nightmare!
Robin Rebhan
Wow! That's some aerodynamic configuration! I wonder what the Wright Brothers would have thought at first sight?
Condro Surastomo
I want to learn how main rotor movement..
serge LOTH
HeliSwiss does great job with that..
Alan Young
A bumblebee can't fly. . .
Just because you have not seen it does not mean it's not a viable design. Kamov has been building co-axial counter-rotating rotors for many decades. True it has a lot of moving parts, but it has NO tail rotor. Tail rotors fail more often than main rotors. I would fly in one any day. Although if I had to maintain a chopper again, and I had the choice I would choose a Kaman (egg-beater layout) over the Kamov (co-axial counter-rotating).
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