PP90G thrust curve

Discussion in 'Jet Drives' started by tobyhale, Jun 5, 2020.

  1. tobyhale
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    tobyhale New Member

    Does anyone have a thrust curve they could share for a PP90G jet drive please?

    I have a thrust curve for the Vospower 90a drive and would like to compare the figures for the different inlet geometrys.
    Ultimately to use the most desirable in a 6m rib i'm building.
    Many Thanks
    Toby
     
  2. anthony goodson
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    They are the same ,what's more important is how much room you want in the boat.
     
  3. tobyhale
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    Thanks Anthony that's great!
    I think i'm going to go with the pp90g with the inspection hatch inside.
    I managed to get hold of both units and just wondered which was the most efficient.
    Thanks
     
  4. anthony goodson
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    The most popular configuration seems to be the one in the picture ,with an aft conning position it's the one the navy and marines used. I have an originalPP90G ,complete except for impeller although it's an original PP it's had virtually no use and the aluminium castings are as new pm me for a price if you want one for spares .
     

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  5. tobyhale
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    Thanks for the attached information, i really appreciate it.
    The rib in the photo is the one I currently have!
    This is it in attaction

    Yes i'd be interested is it a 5 or 7 blade stator?
    I've tried to pm you but i can't find how to unfortunately.
    Many Thanks
     
    Last edited: Jun 17, 2020
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