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High performance prop feature hollow blades fabricated from uni-directional and bi-directional carbon fiber and epoxy.
Very light, super strong, with a solid hub area allowing them to be drilled for Multi bolt hubs.
The finish is a beautiful high gloss, clear epoxy gel-coat over black woven carbon fiber.
|Pilot||Technical information||Subjective impression of flight||Comparison with other propellers||Other comments|
|Alexander Balzer||Engine:" style="color:#000000;font-family:arial,sans-serif;font-size:small"> DA50|
Muffler: MTW RE2
Plane: Extreme Flight Extra 88"
RPM: 7 300
|pleasant sound, a lot of power||just flying Mejzlik Props|
|Tomallo||Engine: mvvs, saito|
Muffler: can, custom
Plane: tug, maquette
RPM: m 6 750, s 6 300
Noise: IMO 22/10 noise is acceptable from 3 m. To start i'm use sometimes a earblock during the breaki in. In air noise is balance in middle range to quite (copmaring to APC, Biela).
|Classic very well. |
I can reach the max output imadietly. With small 22/10 using in mvvs 50 im able to tugging a glider 7 kg, total weight t+g is about 13 kg. Flight with 75 -80 % of power.
|More effecitve than Biela, less
then APC - different material. |
I can't see a strong different in 2T engines, but in 4T i'm lossing about 250-300 rpm between Mzlk to APC.
For 4T Mzlk props should be more heavy 100+150 g. If will be i will be using the as well.
However may the props a expensive but the quality cost.
|Each flight is new one but props
a the same from 2 years.|
The tips should be banged in yellow, red, orange colour.
|Technical information of the used model|
|Plane||Extreme Flight Extra 88"|