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Nic eprops, didnt thest them for now but looks verx well madeNeeded balancing near hub, but all around a great propCarbon props are awesome! I had to drill out the hub holes a bit to fit my motors, but these last so long it's worth the work. Crashed like 4x without breaking a single blade.After benchmarking these prop I was a little bit disappointed. I tested this 6020 carbon prop on a DYS 1806 motor and 2 cell lipo and compared the result with a plastic 6030 gemfan prop. The 6030 gemfan prop provided more thrust at max power and was even more efficient at 50pcnt power (hover). I was also a little bit disappointed on the quality of the carbon fiber prop, some very little loose fibers on the surface of the prop. The benchmark details will soon be uploaded to a blog on www . multiwii . be
Quality is ok for the price. These fit good for Tiger MN2206.I am using these on my 250 quad with miato motors 2300kv. Working good, no problems.
I have not checked if they are balanced nor did I cut them to proof the material, but in sight they look very good.I got a few pairs of these for a 250 quad. They work very well and I really like the t-style for mounting props. They bolt of so no need to worry about a spinner coming off. Very stiff prop, good performance, can take a few hits/crashes.These are not carbon fibre. Mine arrived with the edges worn away revealing clear plastic underneath. I wouldn't mind if they said they were carbon fibre style or something like that, but to say they're real is just wrong. I'll upload some pics under the files tab.I like the 3 hole mount, so much more secure