Lumenier FPV Racing Propellers 5040 3-Blade Black (CW/CCW) (2 Pairs)
FPV Drone Racing and Freestyle flying require high-quality propellers that ensure optimal thrust, efficiency and top-end speed to allow pilots to consistently perform at their best.
Lumenier prop design starts from the ground up, considering flight speed, blade RPM and other factors to optimize each profile. Leveraging a proprietary algorithm, each prop has a unique airfoil and blade design, rather than using the same blade and duplicating them on double, triple or quad-bladed props. This leads to subtle, yet important, performance improvements that can mean the difference between a win or a DNF on race day.
These props are made of virtually unbreakable glass reinforced polycarbonate which has become the new standard for racing props because you no longer need to worry if you clip a gate or hit the ground hard as the chances are if you land the right way up you will be good to go again. We've even seen props bent at 90° to the horizontal flick back to position with a quick squeeze of the throttle and go on to finish the race.
Lumenier props will be the only props you ever need for serious FPV racing because they are the first props to offer high-performance thrust characteristics combined with super-tough glass reinforced polycarbonate
Size: 5045 (5.0" x 4.5")
Material: Glass reinforced polycarbonate
2 x CW rotation
2 x CCW rotation
Unit Weight (g):
These props perform well over their price range. They're certainly not indestructible, but they usually bend rather than break unless you hit something pretty hard and head on.
For the price, I always stock up. I have not yet decided on a "go-to" prop, but these are in the running.they break fast!! they cant take nothing :( you need the v2!! only putting one on the motor and the first prop was already cracked ! to be sure i dont fly with these and put them in the trash! you want good quality.. prefer dalprops or kingkong orso!Nice props, on mini monster 2306 2150KV 4S they draw 22A. Exactly the ones you need!Like this little props. Stif enough for hard racing - also I use them on an old Grauper ME 323 - which gives a great noise witch 6 small brushless motors.