what size prop will work on f4 corsair 800mm. i look it up and it says 8x6, then it says somewhere else 12x6, and i heard 8x6. hobby king mentioned 11x6.
i ordered 11x6, and it took 3 weeks to get and they look big Any one advise? new at this and would like to fly this weekend
Hi, can I use this prop with H-King Micro JU-87G-1 Stuka 685mm EPO (PNF)- will it fit scalewise and what are the better options? As the original replacement 3-bladed prop does not have any specs (neither diameter nor pitch) - the smart answer is always appreciated.
It will work, but in any case, you will have less thrust than with the original prop. Look at items number : MA0860T. This should be what you are looking for. If you want more speed and thrust, look at item number: MA0970T. Just search the item numbers in the search field.
This cannot be used as a reverse rotation prop. Search the site for items 157000049 or 157000043. They are sets of 1 normal prop and 1 counter rotating prop. You just need to choose the size you can use.
Don't worry mate, he'll be gone soon enough. HobbyKing have all the info they need. Their IT department have been told what's going on. It's just a matter of checking IP numbers and who's been paying who and goodbye.
Unfortunately these are hard to find. I found some at my local hobby shop(I had the same idea as you). Otherwise look for ERC170015L and ERC170015R on other sites. Those are the model numbers of the ones I got.
Again wrong information If you want to use this prop as a pusher you have mount it on the shaft backwards AND reverse the direction of the motor's rotation. If you only reverse the prop on the shaft the prop will not be aerodynamically efficient.
Yes this is the stock one. It also fits all of the AirField 800mm series warbirds ive seen so far. I know it comes stock on the F4U, P51D, Hawker Tempest and P40. Id say its safe to say it probably first the rest of the line as well.
Excllent prop. HK is probably the only one selling 7x6 3 blades. In comparion to 7x6 2 blade, this gives more thrust, and better ground clearance.
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Sitting on my throne this am trying to figure out how to get my plane in the air with proken props. New props on backorder for over a week now. Used a hobby saw and cut my 3 broken props into 1/3'd. Assembled each 1/3'd into the housing of the prop adaptor. Worked great! Very solid and easy. I now have 1 full prop and 3 extra 1/3'ds. Thought I would share