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Thread: This one is for Ron and Steve - the 29 4 blade ET style in action

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    Ron,


    I want a 24P and a 28P like that! They have a similar blade profile to a HOSS ( and they are purported to be the BEST for an Allison). The 24P would be a great Nostalgia prop (sub 80s at a decent rpm), and the 28P would be a Parker Enduro prop for stretching it out some...


    LET me know when you have them AVAILABLE!!!

    thanks bud,
    sid


    Steve,

    After the holidays I will send you some props to "tune".

    thx.sid

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    i have an XS3 in a 28p already tuned & ready to go.

    call me if your interested in it.
    903-765-9000

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    Do you recommend your EAGLE or the XS for an Allison XB2002 Comp with a healthy Mercury 2.5EFI?

    What pitch do you recommend?

    thx.sid

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    I was out in my comp hull Bullet with a 2.4L bridgeport saturday afternoon.

    I ran a 28p eagle, and a 28p XS3
    the eagle ran 82, and the XS3 ran 84.9 and was much easier to drive.

    so i'd say a 28p XS3 is alot better prop. it also had a better holeshot than the eagle. which surpised me. but the xs3 does have larger blades, really a great prop!!!!!!!!!

    i loved the way it lifted the back of the boat, really settled the boat down really well.

    I've run bullet cut choppers,et choppers,standard choppers, etc. this XS3 has been the best handling and fastest prop to date!

    steve

    on yours i'd also say a 28p. then fine tune once you run it. which i do not charge for.

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    How many RPMs were you turning?

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    i have NO clue how many rpms i was running. too busy driving the boat..

    it was pretty windy that day, and i really should not have tried to go that fast. but this XS3 made the boat sit absolutely perfect, so i went for it. just could not trim it up too much cause the wind was making the waves come at me at an angle, which aint cool for going that fast.

    By listening to the engine i would say it was most likely around 6500. again i could have turned it more, but the conditions weren't right.
    My engine will turn over 8k safely.

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