Originally Posted by rcbirk21
if you are happy with the power you are getting with a smaller prop, stick with it. you will have longer flight times and be easier on the motor. i just needed the 20x10 (or 20x11) to get my power up to 2000 watts. it is really dependent on your battery packs and where you are in the country.
again, depends on where you are located. in ohio, i got 93 amps and 2100 watts, so i would expect somewhere in that range for you. just see how it feels in the air
I received my mejzlik 20x11e prop. I get nearly the same power and amerage as with the APC 19-10, which is fine with me. Nearly 2000 watts and 90 amps. The real noticable difference is the rapid acceleration. I have a Buick Grand National, and turbo spooling is what I thought of when I ran the Slick today, quick spooling, goes fast quickly, wins races.
I also moved the rudder servo to the back, took away the pull-pull. I was pushed up to the spar tube with the battery. Now it's a few inches forward and balances nicely.
Now I just need some decent flying weather, get rid of this dang wind.