CNC machined on a 3 axis router to insure that both blades
High quality finish applied to resist fuel deterioration
Smooth prop face combined with thin blade reduces load on
Efficient airfoil shape
20 thousands of an inch undercamber to increase thrust
Using a Prather Pitch Gauge we measured Stations 7 & 10
(which is the area that the propeller uses to create thrust) to determine the
We compared the RSM 10" prop against the Rev-Up 10-6 EW and
the George Aldrich Custom Special 10-6. Engine used was a Hunter .19 diesel.
This engine was chosen to determine how much the test props would load down the
engine. Optimum engine performance was obtained for each prop tested.
This test showed that the RSM prop had 20% more static
thrust while not loading down the engine.
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