Goatse....you would be correct. However, to pass an aircraft inspection the wire twist rate you have is technically a bit too tight. The reasoning behind this....the tighter a twist rate you produce, the more induced work-hardening is placed on the stainless wires....this in turn increases the probability of failure over time. Just remember we are talking specifically about aircraft. But, in reality it applies in any situation with vibration and or heat cycling. Just my 2 cents worth!I think it's 'supposed' to be done the way I did the 2 piece rotors on my car.