Feathering Props

Discussion in 'Props' started by benjy1966, Jan 29, 2011.

  1. bertho
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    bertho bertho

    darglow

    any one have experience with the darglow feathering props? look attractive in design and price.. just google the name for info..I have also noise problem with a too operture for my prop.. your feedback regarding the noise is interresting ! :confused:
    best regards
    bertho
     
  2. benjy1966
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    Ahoy Bertho,

    My mate Angus has a Darglow on his Flicka. I believe he is happy with it although he would like to adjust the pitch but for that the prop needs to go back to the factory. He's had it many years now and it's been fine. You can find Angus through www.flicka20.com

    Cheers
     
  3. bertho
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    bertho bertho

    prop noise

    benjy,
    as I understand , the pitch adjustment can be done easily on site, perhaps on the new product only..(normaly we do once, until we change engine or gear! )
    I'm interrested by the shape on the base of the darglow prop, they can't be like the maxprop who stay open as soon you have some fooling on the blade base...look like scissors !
    rgds
    bertho
     

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