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Old Jun 01, 2015, 10:09 AM
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The stock blades for the 350QX are made of several independent parts and consist of high and low density plastic. These plastics do not bond together due to molecular structure. The "bonding" points are thin, allowing for easy breakage. Prop failure has nothing to do with lock washers or locktite. PERIOD!!! Why doesn't HH produce props like those used on RC airplanes?
Totally incorrect. Look at the photos. Those are molded all at once. Prop failure can be caused by over-tightening the screws, and that is true on ANY aircraft and almost any prop design, even wood props.

They went with that stupid design because they aren't catering to people who know what we are doing. That design is somewhat more "idiot proof" than other prop designs. It is not a good design, but it's all one piece. You can see the problem with the old "A" props in the photos. It just wasn't thick enough.



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Old Jun 01, 2015, 11:45 AM
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The stock blades for the 350QX are made of several independent parts and consist of high and low density plastic. These plastics do not bond together due to molecular structure. The "bonding" points are thin, allowing for easy breakage. Prop failure has nothing to do with lock washers or locktite. PERIOD!!! Why doesn't HH produce props like those used on RC airplanes?
Wrong on all technical counts, and -1 penalty for resurrecting threads that are all but dead and old news..
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