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Electric prop or gas prop

Old 04-10-2006, 09:24 AM
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Default Electric prop or gas prop

Hello

I have this AXI 5320 motor.
I was planning to run it with APC 19x10E.

But I actually have a 19x10 carbon prop meant for gas engines.
Wonder what are the obvious advantages/disadvantages of running gas props versus electric props?
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id stay w/ the E prop.. i believe they are lighter...
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well i use a wooden prop on my electric pt-17 and it works great its a 10x6 prop the only thing that you have to worry about for puting gas prop to electric planes is the weight of the prop

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