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Acrosport II Prop Selection

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Feb 1, 2007
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I just bought an Acrosport II project (click on the link in my sig for pics) and I am going to need a propeller for it. I will be doing aerobatics in it, but it will also be used for cross country/$100 hamburger trips from time to time. I prefer a wood prop to keep from stressing the crank to much. Engine will be an O-360 A4A. Sensenich's web site lists a W76HM8-58 (76x58) as a climb prop for the Acrosport II with 180hp. Does this sound right? Does anyone have any real world experience with this, or another props that they can comment on? Any other wood prop suggestions?

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