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Mark a28/11/2012 16:17:24
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Hi all.

Getting all the bits together to start building my Hanger 9 P47.

I will be fitting a SC91 four stroke and was wondering what size prop i should go for.

Cheers.

Mark.

Les Littleton28/11/2012 17:06:27
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Hi Mark , I would go for a 13x6 for running in if its a new engine then to a 14 x7 afterwards.

I have a 14x7 on an os 91 fs pulling my hanger 9 spitfire and it seems just about spot on.

Try this link.

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cheers

les

Edited By Les Littleton on 28/11/2012 17:15:59

Bob Cotsford28/11/2012 19:15:14
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I like APC or graupner Sonic 14*8s on my 90 4 strokes, though the 14*7 would probably give more grunt but marginally less speed.

Reno Racer28/11/2012 19:20:14
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I run a 14x6 MA K Series on my ASP 91FS (same engine, different badge). It runs a treat on this getting 10200rpm max on 15% nitro. Flys my F4U Corsair with the right authority and more than enough speed.

Mark a28/11/2012 20:19:38
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Thanks for you thoughts guys.

I've ordered a Xoar 14x7 warbird prop form Kings Lynn model shop and we will see how we go.

Mark.

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