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RC Boat Propeller 45mm

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RC Boat Propeller 45mm by byedesign Sep 19, 2016
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This is a 45mm version of my earlier propeller. This is in preparation for the twin screw design of my ongoing tug build. I made changes to the prop nut, I placed the prop nut slot at the rear. I have not fitted it yet with the prop shaft
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oz8k-SL4xmU

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Really bad propeller for high thrust,
tried it on Turnigy AquaStar 3974-2200KV with dual 3S lipo
100% throttle and it barely moved (boat weighs apporx 3KG) With a 2$ plastic prop i go 35km/h.
Was really easy to print to

It is not designed for high speed boat, I designed this for my tugboat which sufficiently moved it in a scale manner. Thanks for trying though.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VgSK_t1zPG4

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