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Old Nov 22, 2014, 10:38 PM
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Totally agree on all points above.

Flew one today--all stock other than Visionaire prop and no gyro--such a smooooooth flying airframe.

Great job on this one PZ
Don't know why you would use the Visionaire prop on your Artizan???

The stock Artizan prop is 10.75x8 while the Visionaire is 12x4. Granted you would get more thrust but your airspeed will be almost 1/2 of what you can get with the stock prop.
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Old Nov 22, 2014, 11:56 PM
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Because the stocker was dinged and all we had on hand was the Visionaire prop

Amazingly, it's not much different in flight than the stocker, so it's been on there for many flights now
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Old Nov 23, 2014, 12:20 AM
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Because the stocker was dinged and all we had on hand was the Visionaire prop

Amazingly, it's not much different in flight than the stocker, so it's been on there for many flights now
Sorry but it's pretty hard to believe it's even close to stock. Maybe you like a lot of slow flight? Not too good for big-air acros imho. Many, including myself, prefer an apc 11x8 for a bit more airspeed. As long as you are happy, lol!
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Old Nov 23, 2014, 08:02 AM
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Hey Tom--I was mistaken.

My uncle "thought" he put a Visionaire prop on there, but after checking with my own eyes I see he actually used an Extra300 prop (10.5x9)

That explains why it flew so well!
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Old Nov 23, 2014, 10:32 AM
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Hey Tom--I was mistaken.

My uncle "thought" he put a Visionaire prop on there, but after checking with my own eyes I see he actually used an Extra300 prop (10.5x9)

That explains why it flew so well!
Ya, I've tried that prop and it works pretty well. Gives a bit more airspeed than the stock prop. I needed to widen the hole on this prop a tiny bit with a prop reamer in order to get it to fit over the Artizan prop adapter.
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