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Old 02-01-2003, 11:11 PM
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I am almost finished with a DD with a Jett 50 RE and Mac pipe. Does anyone have a recommendation on which prop to run? Thanks in advance.
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the people I know running the jett50 on delta wings are using the apc 9x8 or 9x7.5

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Originally posted by BullardRM
I am almost finished with a DD with a Jett 50 RE and Mac pipe. Does anyone have a recommendation on which prop to run? Thanks in advance.
BullardRM,

For decent speed and pulling power, use APC 9x8 D-1 hub racing prop http://www.apcprop.com/store/agora.c...130&ppinc=apc. This prop have a thick hub with a narrow tip designed for War Bird type Pylon Racing.

For all out speed, use APC Pylon Prop 8.8x9 to 8.8x9.75. This prop are much more Narrow than the above mentioned and will give more top end speed with little sacrafice in pulling power. This prop is design for Quickie racing with the weight of about 3.5-4lb. For the DD, I would recommend this prop. Hope this help.

Here's a link to the APC Prop for Quickie racing... http://www.darrolcady.com/Propellers/propellers.htm

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