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Sensenich J series prop

Postby AP » Tue Dec 06, 2016 10:53 am

Does anyone have any feed back on the new J series Sensenich prop either the JW or JM?

i would be putting it on a 12 ft boat with a 540 older heavier hull.

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Re: Sensenich J series prop

Postby AP » Tue Dec 06, 2016 2:36 pm

Any Body??
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Re: Sensenich J series prop

Postby akblackdawg » Tue Dec 06, 2016 3:06 pm

SA has a forum called "Prop Talk" that would be a better place to post this, might get more response. But I tell you, I don't think near as many people utilize SA as did 5 years ago, mostly just the old farts on here now it seems
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Postby goldhunter_2 » Tue Dec 06, 2016 5:59 pm

Bud I think allot of the old guys are still around just not as vocal and of course there are a coupe younger generations on here now
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Re: Sensenich J series prop

Postby Coastslider » Tue Dec 06, 2016 6:21 pm

I can't even find info on the sensenich site about it


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Re: Sensenich J series prop

Postby Scarecrow » Tue Dec 06, 2016 6:26 pm

Coastslider wrote:I can't even find info on the sensenich site about it
I'm thinking it's top secret.

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Re: Sensenich J series prop

Postby One Eyed Gator » Wed Dec 07, 2016 7:20 am

Look on the facebook site. Good bit of info there.

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Re: Sensenich J series prop

Postby kwanjangnihm » Wed Dec 07, 2016 8:32 am

copied from facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sensenich.composite/

Reference guide to the J series family of Airboat blades for 2017. These blades will mount using our new V hub design. This new hub incorporates a few features not common with our older version hub systems. It has an angle reference feature that allows you to set the blades by using a number and not just a pitch mark. The mount bolts go through the hub cover and serve as a 2nd safety feature. The 1/2" blade clamp bolts will thread into prop dowels that are pressed into the mount. Last, but certainly not least, we offer a mount bolt cover with a lock that should help with theft prevention.

The Left hand rotation JW series wide blade for Direct Drive Auto and Aircraft engines rated at 260-300+HP, will mount using our new V hub design. This new hub incorporates a few features not common with our older version hub systems. It has an angle reference feature that allows you to set the blades by using a number and not just a pitch mark. The mount bolts go through the hub cover and serve as a 2nd safety feature. The 1/2" blade clamp bolts will thread into prop dowels that are pressed into the mount. Last, but certainly not least, we offer a mount bolt cover with a lock that should help with theft prevention. The JW series blade is great for most hunt boat application and is be available in a diameter range of 70" to 76" in any 2,3 or 4 blade hub.

The Left hand rotation JN series narrow blade for Direct Drive Auto and Aircraft engines rated at 160-300+HP, will mount using our new V hub design. This new hub incorporates a few features not common with our older version hub systems. It has an angle reference feature that allows you to set the blades by using a number and not just a pitch mark. The mount bolts go through the hub cover and serve as a 2nd safety feature. The 1/2" blade clamp bolts will thread into prop dowels that are pressed into the mount. Last, but certainly not least, we offer a mount bolt cover with a lock that should help with theft prevention. The JN series blade is great for a faster ride boat application and is be available in a diameter range of 70" to 72" in any 2,3 or 4 blade hub.

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Re: Sensenich J series prop

Postby Deano » Wed Dec 07, 2016 8:42 am

Scarecrow wrote:
Coastslider wrote:I can't even find info on the sensenich site about it
I'm thinking it's top secret.
I can't even calculate how long ago it was the first time I heard about those blades. :scratch:
AP was asking for an update . . . hell, I would like to see a picture. What do they fit? What's the RPM range?
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Re: Sensenich J series prop

Postby Deano » Wed Dec 07, 2016 9:10 am

:lol: kwanjangnihm . . . you da man. :thumbleft:

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Re: Sensenich J series prop

Postby 406 JAMIE » Wed Dec 07, 2016 9:56 am

that hub design is almost like whirl winds hub talk about copy cat. :rebel:
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Re: Sensenich J series prop

Postby AP » Wed Dec 07, 2016 12:41 pm

kwanjangnihm thanks for the input...

I guess no one is running one yet?!

maybe i will be the guinea pig. prop looks good though....
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Re: Sensenich J series prop

Postby DAGWOOD0520 » Thu Dec 08, 2016 11:37 am

1st off, I am very sorry for this late post...
We have been designing, testing and ramping up production for a year now. Many dealers have seen the evolution of this product line as we went through different variations of designs and features. As we look to the future, and listening to the needs of our customers, we decided to put the time and effort into a completely different system. The J series blades will be the initial start to what will be the featured product line moving forward into 2017 and as this line grows, much of the older blades will only built for replacements as needed. The J series blades will only work in the new V hub models, none of the older blades with the 3 ring shank design will mount in this new hub.
Most of these designs are completely new and some are tweaked from the popular "NG" series blade family.

Key things about this product line:
The hubs will now have mount bolts that pass through the cover half, allowing you to remove the assembly as one unit.
There is a completely different pitch setting system for easier setup.
The blades do not have tip winglets (new models may be introduced at a later date)
We also offer an optional lock plate assembly for added security.
There are a few extra features that many of you will figure out as we go, and you can read more in the upcoming issue of Airboating magazine.

Many propellers have been making there way onto boats since October, and we are currently working on a brand new website, so we have been letting the dealers carry the torch and utilizing social media for most of or updates.
If you have Facebook you can locate us at: https://www.facebook.com/sensenich.composite/, we have a few albums setup and will be adding more as we gather pictures and other media for viewing.
We also have an Instagram page for many niche items or cool individual projects that we take on.: https://www.instagram.com/sensenichprop/
Below are a few pictures of the new products and i will add more as I get free time. I will also let everyone know when the new website is online.

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I hope everyone finds this a bit useful, you can also use or dealer map to locate a dealer in your area for further questions and pricing.
https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid= ... sp=sharing

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Re: Sensenich J series prop

Postby woodlineO540 » Fri Dec 09, 2016 3:18 pm

l am running a 72 JN on av io540 and l love it it is smoth and snappy like the saber and also has good push like a NGQ

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Re: Sensenich J series prop

Postby glades cat » Fri Dec 09, 2016 3:29 pm

Any trade-up offers? I have a Whispertip and would like to try the 72JN for a low compression O-470.
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Re: Sensenich J series prop

Postby lilly-Pad » Fri Dec 09, 2016 6:47 pm

glades cat wrote:Any trade-up offers? I have a Whispertip and would like to try the 72JN for a low compression O-470.


I was thinking the same thing lol :fishing I have a 66 NGH and would love to see what this new prop looks like on my 470 :toothy7:
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Re: Sensenich J series prop

Postby Scarecrow » Fri Dec 09, 2016 7:24 pm

Might be interested in the NGQ if you do upgrade. :thumbleft: :rebel:

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Re: Sensenich J series prop

Postby lilly-Pad » Fri Dec 09, 2016 7:35 pm

Scarecrow wrote:Might be interested in the NGQ if you do upgrade. :thumbleft: :rebel:


my bad meant NGH :scratch:
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Re: Sensenich J series prop

Postby fl cracker » Sun Dec 11, 2016 9:56 pm

I sold my NGQ for the JW. There not much diff between the two when it comes to
Performance. I do believe the snap is better due to the lighter blades of the JW. The new
Locking hub is cool and it's hundreds cheaper than the NGQ. Both are great though!
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Re: Sensenich J series prop

Postby kwanjangnihm » Mon Dec 12, 2016 6:04 am

fl cracker wrote: I sold my NGQ for the JW

Mark what length did you go with for your straight valve?
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Re: Sensenich J series prop

Postby airboater67 » Thu Mar 02, 2017 9:39 am

fl cracker wrote:I sold my NGQ for the JW. There not much diff between the two when it comes to
Performance. I do believe the snap is better due to the lighter blades of the JW. The new
Locking hub is cool and it's hundreds cheaper than the NGQ. Both are great though!

Are you running 2 or 3 blade?

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Re: Sensenich J series prop

Postby airboater67 » Thu Mar 02, 2017 9:41 am

woodlineO540 wrote:l am running a 72 JN on av io540 and l love it it is smoth and snappy like the saber and also has good push like a NGQ

2 or 3 blade jn?

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Re: Sensenich J series prop

Postby airboater67 » Thu Mar 02, 2017 9:42 am

woodlineO540 wrote:l am running a 72 JN on av io540 and l love it it is smoth and snappy like the saber and also has good push like a NGQ

2 or 3 blade jn? How is cruising rpm?

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Re: Sensenich J series prop

Postby cottonmouth540 » Sat Mar 25, 2017 6:15 pm

airboater67 wrote:
woodlineO540 wrote:l am running a 72 JN on av io540 and l love it it is smoth and snappy like the saber and also has good push like a NGQ

2 or 3 blade jn? How is cruising rpm?

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Re: Sensenich J series prop

Postby Scotty1 » Wed Apr 12, 2017 3:42 pm

:rebel: how much are the L72JM props :rebel:


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