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What is a Good 25' prop?

A 25-foot prop?  :o  My GOD man! What are you driving, an oil tanker?!   :D

Sorry... couldn't resist.  ;D

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They are formula's for the correct sizing of props.  The first thing you need to do is check your RPM's at wide open throttle.  Ex.  If your RPM's show 200 below factory reccomendtions at wide open throttle, you should go to a smaller pitch opposite if your over.  This formula is based on your motor and if you cannot achieve the exact rpm's at wide open throttle you are shortening the life of your motor.

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