Slow Fly propeller. These props come from China, however were almost certain they are made by the same mould that makes the GWS props.
Prop hub has the hex nut fitting to suit motors like the towerpro bell motors or small gearboxs with the threaded shaft.
A slow fly propeller is designed for smaller outrunner motors, typically the towerpro bell motors or slightly larger. They most suited to run on smaller planes at a lower RPM. Also great for gearbox reduced motors. A slowfly propeller typically has a spoon shaped blade.
*1047 size propeller is Orange, and the same as the GWS style.
PRODUCT ID: TP_1047
please how i can install propeller on my motor because my motor stick is short as below :
I'm not positive it would work, but if you were going to mount it to a prop saver, it might work. I don't know though, it might work with the supplied adapter. It's worth a try at a buck twenty. Good luck and Merry Christmas.
For a pusher any prop you use needs to have the numbers on the prop face the way the plane is flying no mater where the motor is at, front, middle, or back. You might have to changer any two wire from the motor to the ESC if the motor spins the wrong way. Slow fly prop are not good for pusher planes. Try the Direct Drive (fast spinning) -Straight Edge props
I'm using it for my multicopter and it's OK as long as I'm doing a tricopter. But now that I'm going to build a hexacopter, I need counter rotating slowflyer props. I'm pretty sure I can't just turn these upside down and reverse the engine.