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    Super Tigre .75

    Super Tiger G75
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    MAS K series 13-6 prop
    85F, 600ft above sea level
    Low humidity

    Any one have a suggestion for a good 3D prop for this engine?

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    RE: Super Tigre .75

    Super Tigre S75K with a Zinger 12x7 and Omega 5%

    52 degrees...elevation is whatever Chicago's at...low humidity

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    RE: Super Tigre .75

    a 14x4 apc would be nice
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    RE: Super Tigre .75

    tried a 14x4W on mine, and it just bogged like the prop was way too heavy, and wouldn't run at mid range for very long. I've given up on mine, went with an ASP .91.


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