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Anyone seen or tried the new MA props?

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Old 07-26-2009, 08:36 AM
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Default Anyone seen or tried the new MA props?

These are not entirely new, but has anyone tried one yet ?

http://masterairscrew.com/newformulaoneseries.aspx

I happended to see them on their website, and I have not tried one myself yet. Worth some experimenting. That 12.5x8.5 looks interesting for the jett 90 if the blade is cut like I think it is.
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Default RE: Anyone seen or tried the new MA props?

Bob, I noticed that they had a pylon style prop a few years ago in the 8 and 9 inch range. I had been taking the regular style and reshaping the blades before that. The photo shows a stock "fatty", a trimmed down "fatty" and the other prop is the high aspect blade series they have now in this size range. My measuring stick for performance was running my Fox .36s and OS .32 up against the big bad Nelsons and these were the best working props, the trimmed down fatty and the pylon style MAS. Their pylon style looks a lot like my old favorite Top Flite.
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