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Old 08-13-2009, 05:25 AM
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CHELLIE
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Originally Posted by netjunky View Post
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for the extra parts suplier and for the advice

which is better the prop adaptor or the prop saver??

and does the motor stop so its horizontal, or do you have to do something for that? im building a plane with no landing gear
The prop saver is best with no landing gear, and with up to about 150 WATTS, that is most profile park flyers foamies, the prop gives on landing and will move out of its own way, with out breaking the prop, the collet type prop adapter is better for high performance and aerobatic flying, its best at over 200WATTS and for high RPM, on the prop saver adapter, sometimes you need to use a larger drill bit on one side of the prop to counter sink it a little, so the prop sits flush on the prop saver,all of my small park flyers have prop savers on them, they work great, Take care and have fun, Chellie
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