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Old 07 July 2008, 12:43   #1
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Alpha 1 leg

i know this is a dull question, But whats the diference between a Alpha 1 and Alpha 2 leg?? is there anymore Alphas, and what do they mean??

i know some prop have Twin contra rotating props, Is that a Alpha leg??
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i know this is a dull question, But whats the diference between a Alpha 1 and Alpha 2 leg?? is there anymore Alphas, and what do they mean??

i know some prop have Twin contra rotating props, Is that a Alpha leg??
You'll find some of the answers to your questions here:

http://www.mercruiserengines.co.uk/p...007_petrol.pdf
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Alpha 1, Bravo's 2 or 3. Dunno what an Alpha 2 is. Alpha is high speed planing throwing a smaller prop. Bravo 2 is slower planing turning a bigger prop. Bravo 3 is Duo-prop.
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