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    FOX .15 Davis Diesel Conversion

    Please see the FOX RPM numbers

    45 degrees, Davis Plane fuel, black master airscrew props in all cases

    The 10x3 would peak at 12,000 and hold steady at 11,700

    The 9x4 would peak at 13,200 and hold steady at 13,000


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    RE: FOX .15 Davis Diesel Conversion

    That's about what my best 1960 ST G20-15 will do on the 9 x 4. However, given what they go for on ebaY, I'm not sure I can afford to keep running my G20's. [] Most G20-15 diesels will turn a 9 x 4 about 12,000.


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