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New APC style right hand rotation, electric thin prop made from composite materials, comes complete with mount rings.
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does this prop have to spin anti-clockwise to be a pusher prop? (looking from the back of the plane forward)
This propeller engine that serves that will be facing backwards? Pusher?
Oh, it's hard to understand what you mean.
This is not a pusher prop, but you can reverse it (I use it this way in all my planes with the motor you linked to). Just flip the propeller over.
Yes, this is a PUSHER propeller.
Does it have to spin anti clockwise - when looking from the back of the plane to be a pusher? Want to use it for the Bixler. Is the prop meant to spin anticlockwise?
You must be use a proppeler that combine with you brushless, whick motor must be use with this kind of propeller.
I do not understand, is more clear and objective
You must choose your propeller dependin on your motor, not your motor depending on your propeller.
First, you must calculate how much thrust do you need. Then find a motor capable of giveng desired thrust with certain size of propellers. And buy needed propellers according to this.
20 points - 5/6/2012
In which cases you should prefer to use a propeller like this one instead of this http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem
For example, in EasyStar II you should use this one or the other (link) one?
This is a pusher propeller, the other is a "normal" puller
Multiplex Easy Star II uses a pusher proppeller. You must use this one for that plane. The one you' ve linked is a puller one. not suitable for Easy Star II...
great for my twin motor prop
needs balancing but works well
Used for YS-11 twin motor config
Just like the real one. Seriously you can't tell the difference !
Fantastic items, I buy all the time. They somehow disappear over time :D OK I use them a lot on multicopters - maybe that is the reason. Price is quite same as other props but APC quality I like more.
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