Once the brakes are applied (slowing the speed of the disc rotation) there would be a change (increase) in gyroscopic force.Vash said:
The rotors will always spin in the opposite direction wether the brakes are applied or not.
No it wont. Gyroscopic force will always vary with the square of rpm. The only thing is with this system (if its dont like it think it is) you are also making negative percent gyro force. Assume wheel A makes X*mph gyro force. This same wheel is equiped with counter rotors, that have their gearing set to 75%X*mph. Now the wheel only makes 25%X*mph of the gyro force. The force produced still varies with the square of the speed, but its devided by 4 (In a perfect universe where this thing has 100% efficiency). This should answear both concerns. It is essentially the same thing as fitting wheels that are 4 time lighter.Cammo said:Once the brakes are applied (slowing the speed of the disc rotation) there would be a change (increase) in gyroscopic force.