Thread: .020 size GLH
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Old 12-18-2013, 09:06 AM
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I bet you end up smaller, like 3.5". That's almost 40% more pitch than the Cox 4.5x2. It will be really interesting to find out! I think you could remove some material (weight) from either side of the hub as well, if you have a good balancing rig for small props. With the reduced blade mass and rpm not so much material is needed. But of course, you can easily get too silly with these mods.. then it is even more of a P-off when you break one..

On a whim when I ordered my last props from Eliminator, I got a couple of the CF .010 props. I did not have great luck balancing those, at least well enough to run well on an .010.

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