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Old 25 May 2016, 09:05   #1
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Stainless steel props.

I am selling my 4 blade stainless props. There are 2 of them, identical and immaculate very little used condition. Perfect with no marks or damage at all.
They are Solas Honda 13.0" x 17" pitch 4 blade RH 1453-130-17 Titan 4.
They are standard fitment for 15 spline and fit Honda and Mercury.
They will have to picked up from me in North Dorset or Portland by the sailing academy. Cost a small fortune new, looking for 200 cash each.

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Hi

I saw these and have a question.

I'm running a Honda 75hp on a 5.5m Zodiac Rib. It has a Stainless steel 13.25 x 17 3 blade prop at present. I'm over revving slightly doing 5600rpm at wot. It should be 4.5 -5.500rpm. I want to drop the revs a bit. Am I right in thinking these 4 blades would drop the rpm? Did you have any experience with these?

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Hi

I saw these and have a question.

I'm running a Honda 75hp on a 5.5m Zodiac Rib. It has a Stainless steel 13.25 x 17 3 blade prop at present. I'm over revving slightly doing 5600rpm at wot. It should be 4.5 -5.500rpm. I want to drop the revs a bit. Am I right in thinking these 4 blades would drop the rpm? Did you have any experience with these?

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Hi Chris.

I was told that a 4 blade stainless 13" x 17" was about equivalent to having a 3 blade 13" x 18" ally, so apparently the 13" x 17" 4 blade will in theory allow the engine to rev a bit higher. Yours being a 13.25 not sure really what the outcome would be. My Rib was running a Honda 3 blade ally prop at 13" x 19" and it could not reach the rev range, the 13" x 17" 4 blade was spot on, revving to around 6200 ( 90 vtec ) in ideal conditions. I am buying an ally 4 blade to replace the stainless in 13" x 17".
Maybe some one more knowledgeable could offer a better explanation?
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Thanks for the reply. I will have a look into it. I struggle to understand it and probably trial and error will only tell. I will have a think.
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I am selling my 4 blade stainless props. There are 2 of them, identical and immaculate very little used condition. Perfect with no marks or damage at all.
They are Solas Honda 13.0" x 17" pitch 4 blade RH 1453-130-17 Titan 4.
They are standard fitment for 15 spline and fit Honda and Mercury.
They will have to picked up from me in North Dorset or Portland by the sailing academy. Cost a small fortune new, looking for 200 cash each.

Thanks for looking.
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Anyone interested in these?
They are on ebay, ending soon but will be relisted.
I now have the ally 13"x17" on and it will need downpitching to 16" to achieve over 6000 rpm, it is topping out at 5900rpm with a light load and max trim. The stainless would hit 6000rpm easily whatever load.

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These are still available if you need one or both.
Also on ebay. Solas Titan 4 Stainless Steel Prop. Fits Honda & Mercury with 15 spline shaft. | eBay
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I am selling my 4 blade stainless props. There are 2 of them, identical and immaculate very little used condition. Perfect with no marks or damage at all.
They are Solas Honda 13.0" x 17" pitch 4 blade RH 1453-130-17 Titan 4.
They are standard fitment for 15 spline and fit Honda and Mercury.
They will have to picked up from me in North Dorset or Portland by the sailing academy. Cost a small fortune new, looking for 200 cash each.

Thanks for looking.
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Old 09 September 2016, 11:21   #7
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nice an shiny bits will this fit mariner 115 i might need to change props
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I could be interested too. Will have to check fitment Honda 225hp
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nice an shiny bits will this fit mariner 115 i might need to change props
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Not 100% sure but Mariner are basically Mercury so if it is 15 spline it will.
Best check with Mariner themselves i would think.
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I could be interested too. Will have to check fitment Honda 225hp
Again not sure but the 225 probably has a bigger prop than 13 though not sure,
Just looked and Solas are quoting 14" up for a 4 blade stainless for the 225.
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