they should protect from overload and under load of voltage, these are used to store excess or some energy. This will then provide a steady voltage throughout. You can install them if you are getting some cogging or voltage drop when you accelerate quickly this will make the boat smoother.
Hi Ji-soo, You don't say if you are going to use a 3S or 4S LiPo, so I'll answer for both options. This prop would be a very good choice for that motor on a 4S LiPo. The motor would produce approx. 1000g of thrust, but still run cool. This prop is too small for running a 3S LiPo on that motor. You would want at least a 10x6 or 10x7 prop to take full advantage of the power that motor can produce. Cheers, EA!
Hi mauemmel, This prop will work on the NTM3542/1250kV with no problems, but it is way too small to get the maximum power out of the motor. This prop is better suited to a motor in the 300W-350W range. The NTM3542 is a 500W-600W motor and can easily turn props as big as 10x7, 11x6, or 12x5. If you need to use the shorter prop because of the size of your plane then you might look at smaller/lighter motors to save some weight. Cheers, EA!
Pusher propeller is no different from usual. Only in the direction of rotation. This is true for the combustion engine, since there can not change the direction of rotation. But if you want this site has a pusher propeller MASTER AIRSCREW
I use these props on my pusher all the time. I believe you have to reverse the motor and reverse the prop on the shaft. If you just reverse the motor the trailing edge of the prop will be leading and it won't be efficient. They are fine for a pusher if you set up right. Just make sure thrust is going in reverse obviously and that the prop is turning into it's leading edge.
For an electric prop to be used as a pusher, make sure the Printed side of the propellor (Embossed where it says 9x6) points towards the nose of the plane and then mount it. It will fly perfect and there will be no loss of efficiency.
a pusher prop is a must in case of gas engines ( not electric ) .. else wise any prop can be used as a pusher prop by changing any two wires of your brushless motor... dont forget to put the prop in the convex position looking from the front to the back !
I bought this propeller to for use with my turnigy 3542/5 motor which has a 5mm shaft diamter. This is my very first motor and propeller and im not sure how to mount the prop. It seems that the prop's diameter is way too small to mount on anything. Please advise me on what to do. thank you.
No. The prop generally has fairly good quality (be sure to balance the prop befor mounting, ALWAYS* mine almost always need some tape to get balanced), but this 9x6E is way too big for the stock motor, will draw too much amp if running, or will not start running at all. Run 6x4E like the others said* or You can try APC style 6x5 if you want more speed: test if the ESC and/or battery get too warm (over 120F or 40 degree C) after running 30 second full throttle* if too warm, stay with 6x4 or 5x5 A
I'm using this motor. For 3D flying you can use some slowfly props such as 10x4,7 APC or it's clone. Also a good prop for it is 10x5 SlowFly from Graupner (looks really cool). With this prop with 3s 2200/25c it takes 28A but with thrust of 1,2kg (maybe even better). For FPV/trainer/scale flying APC 10x5E will be enogh. In this case peak current with fresh battery will be about 25A.
No unfortunately they have a very limited range of the APC-E style props - it would be great if they did stock more as they are really good props and then we could do more fine tuning of props to models
better to give up a prop, than to give up a motor shaft... recently i had a crash with this prop and motor were recovered completely undamaged. in similar crash with jxf strong prop everything went vice versa - i have managed to recover undamaged prop, not the motor )
Just use a dril bit slightly larger than your shaft diameter. The predrilled hole is not gauranteed to be on centre hence they supply the little rings which are designed to ensure the prop sits true on your shaft. The whole idea of the system (exactly the same as the true APC's) is to centre the props without them having to worry about getting the hole exactly right - it is designed so you over bore the predrilled hole and use the included rings to get the exact fit on your motor shaft.
Very recommended Prop with high efficiency near by APC. APCe 9x6 weights 18g, this APCstyle weights 14g. I used it on a HXT 3536-1300 at 3s3200Ah,9.200rpm, 34A on my AirCombat plane (Mustang P-51H).
I MISS A 9x7 APC Style!!!
Greets from comicflyer.de Germany
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As effective as real APC . but you can buy 3 of them for the price of 1.
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This prop is strong under load and does not flex like other cheap props. It has a very sharp edge you can peel and orange, but it is what i call 'dirty sharp'. On bad landings these props hold together and likely to bend your motor shaft as it is rigid. Quality is down from APC-E but you would expect that from the price.