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>> Home > Forum > Boat Specific Chit Chat! > propellor sizeing
propellor sizeing
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jimdogge
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Forum Posts: 19
10th Oct 2018 23:41  
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hi chaps it seems that prop sizeing is either a dark art or complete guesswork. Or is it, the flyboys have a formula weight / thrust to the motor output then to calculate the prop size for the aeroplane.
I dont suppose this will keep me awake at night but am still curious.