Sensenich j blades...

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Sensenich j blades...

Postby r_huffman12 » Thu Apr 06, 2017 5:53 pm

Question? I have a pe90 520 on a richochet with a 70in q and lookin to get a new prop? What would y'all suggest? New sensenich jn? Or alpha? Any help would be great! Ofcourse we all want snap and push but I just want the best all around prop. Thank you!

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Re: Sensenich j blades...

Postby Scotty1 » Wed Apr 12, 2017 3:34 pm

:rebel: if you do get a new prop ,might be interested in the q if its any good :rebel:

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Re: Sensenich j blades...

Postby blackpowderscout » Thu Apr 13, 2017 12:13 am

Those J series are so new, I'm not sure what kind of response you'll get.

If you do make the switch, please give everyone on here a report. Lots of folks asking about these props lately.
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Re: Sensenich j blades...

Postby SWAMPHUNTER45 » Thu Apr 13, 2017 7:56 am

I think at this point in time the prop technology and science is so far along that any gains in efficiency between modern production blades may be very small and easier to see on a gauge or test stand than felt in the seat of your pants. Just like with building an extreme engine there comes a point in the design where the performance gains become difficult and costly and the gain in performance small.

Look forward to hearing your experience with the J series, the ability to remove without needing to re-pitch is a real time saver. Having spent some time on boats with Q and NGQ blades that performed excellent I think you will be happy with the new series and it's convenience features.

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