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The 6R20 is 52deg at 28,800 bph - does that help?
 

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4R35B / 4R36A is 53deg at 21600 bph
 

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mmm, thank you but it doesn't help me.
6R20 is a very diffrent movement, how this can help finding the lift angle of a 4R36 or 6R15?
OK, wasn't sure, I'm not familiar with these modern movements. I will keep an eye out for the Tech Guide for a 6R15
 

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If the 6R15 is the same as the NE15 (I read it is), then it's 53deg and 21,600 bph
 

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Do you know the lift angle for a 6205? I can't find that, been looking for a while now....
 

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I know the lift angle is needed on a timegrapher as a setting for the amplitude reading to be correct, but what the heck is lift angle in layman's terms ?
 
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