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Not sure if I can recall ever seeing any FCG that was countered . Would you post a link to one that you know of , so we can view the building pics and or a video of it in action . Would like to see how they used counter weights where they are not visible , or in the way of movement .
Would be interesting to see one .
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milemarker, phantasmechanics has a great how to with the counter weight here:

The Flying Crank Ghost - Instructions, Part 2
 

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I love the speed of your motor! I think the slower motor, the better and yours has the spookiest speed I've seen. Mine (Dayton motor) moves too fast for my liking: She's at 1:20 time stamp...
Terra, at least yours doesn't look like it's having an epileptic fit, my first dayton was a mislabeled motor, it was supposed to be 6 RPM, but when I hooked it up I found it to be the 120 RPM model!!:eek:
I never knew a flying ghost could dance!!:D
I sent that motor back and got the right one.
 
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