I see you have some aircraft with main rotors driven by tip jets, such as the Hiller Hornet, the Fairey Ultra-Light, and the Sud-Ouest Djinn. These aircraft either have no tail rotors, or very small ones. I thought helicopters needed tail rotors to keep them from spinning around. Why don't these aircraft need them? Is there something inherent with tip jets that causes this? Thanks very much!
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