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Old Dec 06, 2012, 04:17 PM
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Correct, I didn't change it looking for performance. I also realize that the Nexstar isn't designed to fly fast. I stand by my observation that the plane's tendency to climb as the throttle setting increases over 50% is noticeably reduced using the new prop ... and it seems faster.
I posted hoping to understand why. I googled it and found that a general rule is that shorter+more pitch = faster, with less climbing power. Longer+lower pitch = slower, more climbing power.
Moral of the story: google before posting.
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