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Old 01-21-2011, 06:19 AM
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I've had a Zingali 10X8 3-blade prop sitting in a drawer for 20 years. The last time I used it was on a OS 46 SF-P.

Any one know of the history of Zingali propellers? I'd assume it's an Italian company. I can't find anything on the net about the brand.

It's a nice prop I decided to have some fun and design a plane around it.

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Old 01-21-2011, 06:33 AM
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I think you mean Zingali which was part of Zinger propeller. They were good props. Hard to find now.
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Ah, now we are getting somewhere!

"The Zingali Family has a long-standing tradition of getting you off the ground using their fine crafted Wooden Propellers for R/C Aircraft. J & Z Products has been in Business since 1974 making the famous Zinger Propeller."

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Ah, my dearly departed friend William Robinson had the answer way back in 2003.

Thanks Bill. I don't know if you have Internet accesses up there but rest assured that your still helping people out down here!

"I don't have any Saito .56 engines, but I'd start with the three balde Zinger/Zingali/J&Z 10x8, possibly going down to a 10x6 if I didn't get the rpm I wanted with the 10x8.

Reason for the "Slashed" brand is they are all the same prop and the same company, J&Z Products, but depending on the time of the month or whatever, you will find them listed as any one of the three brands.

Bill. "
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