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    Feb 2011
    Torrance, CA
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    Propeller question.

    When are you going to restock the propellers for models 93A292 (800 mm corsair) and model 93A847 (750 mm P47)?. I purchased these planes back in November of last year and you did not have the propellers in stock then. If you can recommend an alternative item please let me know. if anyone out there has used a different type of propeller in these models please let me know.


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    Nov 2005
    Poolesville, MD

    RE: Propeller question.

    I would suggest measuring the diameter of the prop and then getting an equivalent diameter prop from another manufacturer.

    Often GWS props can be substituted on the smaller foamies Nitroplanes sells, and APC "E" series or "slow flyer" props for the larger foamies.

    If the included APC prop adapters don't fit the prop shaft, you may have to drill or ream out the prop with a prop reamer, but this is pretty standard RC fare.

    If in doubt use a 6 pitch prop of similiar diameter.

    If you know the motor's KV rating, post it as from that ( and the battery voltage ) I can help you figure out a good pitch number.

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