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All GWS EP Propellers Stocked! GWS EP Propeller (RD-9047 228x119mm) Colours vary. Not always orange
DD:Direct Drive (fast spinning) -Straight Edge RD:Reduction Drive (Slow Fly, Outrunner or Gearbox) - Curved Edge
Note: Propeller's colour may differ from that in the photo
PRODUCT ID: GWS-RD-9047
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5 points - 8/12/2012
What motor mount or spinner is good for this prop ?
I have this prop already and I can put it on the motor shaft but I have no idea how I can fasten it?
Use prop saver with adapter or If the motor shaft is 3mm, then you can try to use a 6mmx3mmshaft or a 3/16x3mmshaft adapter but you have to enlarge the hole of the prop with a prop reamer.
I run this prop with a 800kv motor, and I use a simple prop saver with an o-ring or even rubber bands.
Perso, tu peux les monter sur un turnigy 2204 (1400 KV)en 2S Et pas de soucis et le variateur un 10 Amp suffit.
depende muito da sua necessidade, favor detalhar.
much depends on your need, please detail.
Yes the 2204T is a good choise for indoor fly. 10 amp flush and 2 or 3s battery. regards,
propeller for this motor what is appropriate?
You can search here for * 9x4.7 *, but typically the propellers picked for motor, which selected for weight and type of plane. Any way GL! =))
I use them with a 800kv motor on 2S and 3S. Three of them lift my 1kg tricopter to the skies!
if it was a slowstick , a 24gram 1300kv motor will do a better job .
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i want to use a 9x5 prop? does it matter if i use this instead?
It's 4.7 instead of 5, it's 6 less. I've used 9x5 or 9x4.7, your plane won't see the difference. This is a good prop.
Is the 9x5 prop actually a 9050DD? Is the 9x4.7 actually a 9x4.7SF? If yes to both there is a bit of difference in performance. There is also difference in Amp draw. On a Turngy 2730 1300kv the 9x4.7 sf will draw 8.4a and the 9050 will draw 8.1a. Will you notice it? Most likely no. The 9x4.7sf will perform slightly better at low RPM's. The 9050 will perform the same throughout the RPM range. We use the 9050 in all our applications because of the lower amp draw, which gives us a slightly longer f
You'll lose a little in the speed. But get a little longer with fly time, because current drops a little. If it's ok for you then you can freely use it instead of 9x5.
9*5 prop is a direct drive
9*4.7 is a reductor drive
I used both of them
but I recommend 9*5 (more 30ps was use)all well balanced no vibration
I use its for now
There is a reason it's 9x4.7 works better. The finer pich gives better vertical punchout.
Perfect for electric...Bought 6 pieces today, can wait to see them
You can also try 8x6 prop instead. But don't forget the current control.
You won't notice much difference in flight.
cheap prop but very unbalanced. check it in your prop balancer if u dont want undesired vibrations in your foamy.