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Old 22 March 2013, 16:38   #1
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SR4 with a BF50 EFI - which prop?

Hi everyone,
I recently purchased a 2002 SR4 and a brand new Honda BF50 EFI motor to go with it.

I bought a 10 3/4" dia x 14" pitch aluminum Turning Point for my new setup, but have yet to try it. Still waiting for the controls to arrive.

I guess my question might be best answered by Mollers, but if anyone has recommendations let me know.

What prop are you running now? How do you think my 14" will work out?

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Old 22 March 2013, 16:50   #2
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Ummm, the prob being cup profile. I ran a Honda 10 3/4" dia x 14", roundy cup blade profile, which gave about 28/29knts and very average throttle response. I also had a10 3/4" dia x 15" which had been supposedly been re-pitched to 14.5" which gave similar performance to former.

The Honda stainless prop on there now is superb, but I can't remember it's exact size/pitch and the boat is 20m away in storage. When do you need to know by?

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Old 22 March 2013, 17:05   #3
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Thanks for the reply. I'm in no big hurry. I'll run the cheap aluminum one I just bought for now. Just let me know what it is whenever you have a chance to check it out.
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