Prop testing Time to flog the dyno mule

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I had to different Ngr's on my boat and one was way lighter and didnt have to add pitch. Guess some blades just grab the samew amount of air no matter what the weight is. Or my boats just bada$$ like that ;)
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ptr34 wrote:I had to different Ngr's on my boat and one was way lighter and didnt have to add pitch. Guess some blades just grab the samew amount of air no matter what the weight is. Or my boats just bada$$ like that ;)
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Lol transform :D
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Water thunder, its a ride boat that will get played with. Wanted a quiet prop and thus was recommended the NGR but I heard it was also good for thrust?
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yes both. very quiet
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You will be happy with both blades. If your #1 concern is sound the NGR would be better for you.
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What ever happened to the results????? Still waiting. Hahaha i couldnt resist
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water thunder Dave looks like whirlwind and warp drive propellers outperformed your favorite props otherwise you would post it and tell us the outcome but looks like you're, BS us supporters southern airboat. Will never know the truthThank you

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My money is on the wide blade sensenich , powerful push!
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supersnake60 wrote:water thunder Dave looks like whirlwind and warp drive propellers outperformed your favorite props otherwise you would post it and tell us the outcome but looks like you're, BS us supporters southern airboat. Will never know the truthThank you
THIS IS AN OL POST AND WERE NEVER GONNA GET THE TRUTH ANYWAYS
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JAMES wrote:
supersnake60 wrote:water thunder Dave looks like whirlwind and warp drive propellers outperformed your favorite props otherwise you would post it and tell us the outcome but looks like you're, BS us supporters southern airboat. Will never know the truthThank you
THIS IS AN OL POST AND WERE NEVER GONNA GET THE TRUTH ANYWAYS
Kinda beatin a dead horse huh. Sure would like to see some results. Stupid.
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James I think they will post the results because people think that he's God and the air boat world but in reality he's not God is just a regular guy that has a shop that has knowledge about their boats and he is ls engine builder. But the sad thing he starts projects and never finishes that's the sad thing.

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supersnake60 wrote:James I think they will post the results because people think that he's God and the air boat world but in reality he's not God is just a regular guy that has a shop that has knowledge about their boats and he is ls engine builder. But the sad thing he starts projects and never finishes that's the sad thing.
yes he does :lol: took him 3 yrs to build the ls dd :D guess money and work load played a factor :stirpot:i can say he knows his sheet with ls motors vary successful in the ls world great builder...just full of sheet when he gets on sa with results that we wait on :lol:
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