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Registered: ‎01-07-2012


I been running a 14.50 dia 19in pitch and turn 5800rpm with avg load   ,I want to change to a rebel want size should i use to stay in the correct rpm range I have A 2012 225 etech  ?

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Registered: ‎07-14-2011

Re: propeller

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A Rebel prop has a large blade area and is recommended for exceptional fuel economy at cruising speeds.  Normally to attain similar rpm to an average propeller, select one with 2" less pitch. In your case a 17" Rebel would be a good starting point.




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