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    JC Super Props

    Has anyone used the JC Super Props?

    I see them at Wrongway RC. They are made from some sort of very hard and stiff Brazilian wood called Pau Marfim.

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    RE: JC Super Props

    They are awsome,only complaint with one was loud,put the peformance made up for it greatly,23x7 on dl 50 7100 @ sealevel on 16.5lb edge incredible!Also ran 25x7 on evo 58 6600rpm,26x10 on zdz rv-j 6100 on crappy muffler,babula 26x10 peaked 5850,Rich is great to deal with,please post results sure you will be happy,eventually i will post more,thanks

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    RE: JC Super Props

    The wood is a lot like sugar maple
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    RE: JC Super Props

    Most of the props on the market might as well be made out of laminated bamboo pulp. Good to hear someone is actually using hardwoods again. The rigidity is what is providing the better performance.
    Never lie, and never minimize or gloss. Tell it like it is and let the pieces fall where they may. The truth always wins.

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    RE: JC Super Props


    ORIGINAL: Rfabbre

    *Has anyone used the JC Super Props?

    *I see them at Wrongway RC. *They are made from some sort of very hard and stiff Brazilian wood called Pau Marfim.
    I got a 27x8 for my old ZDZ 80rv. They pull very hard, and spool up nice. They are a little loud. They remind me of the MSC props that are hard to find.

    I have a 27x10 and 28x8 but haven't tried them on my dle111.
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    RE: JC Super Props

    Any numbers on that 27x8,was gonna try on my rv-j,thanks

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    RE: JC Super Props

    I'd say something here about not using RPM numbers to grade a prop but I know how much resistance and debate would be received for it.
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    RE: JC Super Props

    I got a 24x8 to try, I had to add .5oz to the hub to get it to balance, and still would not balance so threw it in the trash.
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