Originally Posted by timocharis
You're probably right, Manuel. But the only plane I've got that could even dream of using this motor is an old slimer Pitts I'm restoring for my wife. I think the biggest prop it can tolerate is 10" unless I want to rebuild the landing gear too. It will probably end up around two pounds, so saving some battery weight by driving the amp draw down and efficiency up is probably a win.
But I'll have to go 10x4.7 or maybe 10x7. I've never been able to get an APC "e" prop to balance. What's the trick?
I did get some 22awg from HSC (finally got some wire stock in) so I'll be able to start with a simple reference wind. Wonder how it will run with 18 turns on each tooth...?
I have found the hole to be crooked and way off on some , I have not checked for different blade thickness though , I just put the prop up on a milling machine and put in an enlarged hole in,,, on centre , then just make a bush to make the hole smaller , lot of work ,