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Old 06 March 2010, 05:16   #71
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prop wanted for a 2001 50hp yamaha

prop wanted for a 2001 50hp yamaha 11 1/8 13 i think
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Old 03 April 2010, 07:57   #72
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2 x New and boxed BRP Evinrude / Johnson 19" Aluminium Props suitable for Etec 90 / 115 and the older V4 engines

1 x Used 17" Johnson Prop (OMC) one minor ding but no major damage

1 x Quicksilver Silverado 18" Stainless Steel Prop with Flo Torque Hub for Johnson / Evinrude engines can be fitted with other hub kits for different engines.

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outher question with prop are you useing now on your e tec?
because im getting an etec aswell and im curious to see what outher people are having.
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I've got two michigan wheel stainless props 16 1/2 inch pitch RH to fit evinrude 4 1/4 hub 13 spline legs and a 15'' Stainless to fit the same,all gone for refurb to make them lovely for a new owner
Also fit suzukis apparently.
The odd pitch is because they were re pitched for the RNLI
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Loan of a 21"?

Can anyone help with the loan of a 14.75 x 21 prop for an etec? I am currently running a 19" Viper and fear I might see the pistons through the cowling one not so fine day, so would like to see what a 21" will do for it
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Can anyone help with the loan of a 14.75 x 21 prop for an etec? I am currently running a 19" Viper and fear I might see the pistons through the cowling one not so fine day, so would like to see what a 21" will do for it
Out of interest, what RPM are you getting in the end Ian?
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Straight up to 5800, with absolutely no hesitation, at which point I decided that I really did not want to view my engine internals, so I feathered the throttle.
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Straight up to 5800, with absolutely no hesitation, at which point I decided that I really did not want to view my engine internals, so I feathered the throttle.
FYI, Your target is 5,750 at WOT trimmed out, normal load.
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I have a brand new still boxed mercury Trophy plus prop 19 pitch
The prop is suited to nearly all engines above 75hp as it has a flo-torq II kit.
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FYI, Your target is 5,750 at WOT trimmed out, normal load.
Yes, Its the normal load that might present a problem. I was one up with something over 200 litres of fuel on board (and of course trimmed out), and suspect that a lot of my running will be with similar load levels. However, there may be times when I will be carrying a lot more load, and so I think that I want to keep the 19" as a spare/alternative prop. So, I think a 19" and 21" might be a good combination, but I want to try a 21" before I buy
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