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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Quint4, Oct 14, 2019.
Could this be the future and solve all our problems? (World peace is near)
Wow. Pretty interesting to say the least. Lower speed to plane. M
It will be interesting to see the pricing vs. efficiency for the pleasure boater.
Yeah, without price comparison it's just interesting.
I wonder how that would work in a Bravo 3 setup?
my thoughts as well.
Can it be tuned up after a hit to the prop?
I wondered how it compared to a Bravo 3?
And I had assumed that plane speed was more a function of the hull design than the prop.
I’ve always understood it to be more a function of slip, especially in heavy cruisers. Slip must be considerably less on these props versus their traditional counterparts since they tested very similar pitch
Pretty amazing results.
It was glossed over a bit, but it seems like a significant contribution to prop inefficiency is the vortexes generated off the tips of the blades. Vortexes cause lots of drag. The new prop’s blades don’t have tips and therefore don’t generate drag-inducing vortexes.
I'm impressed. I'd hate to think what Sharrow props in my size would cost.
I'd love to visit the manufacturing facility and see how they are made, especially the ones big enough to push a ship. I also wonder how they will price out.
You can fill out a sales inquiry on their website and order direct from factory....no mention of price.
The "recreational" category is listed as "coming soon". Since they have inboards listed as available, I'd guess recreational includes stern drives and outboards.
I'm asking. Curious about price.
I will wild ass guess......5k per prop to fit your 500.
Please report your findings.
Yes interesting but what if and when you hit something will it hold up or break easily?
I'm also curious. I sent them a message asking if they make props in a 30" diameter and what the cost would be. No answer yet.