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Thread: Left and Right Bravo's 24" pitch

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    Left and Right Bravo's 24" pitch

    Selling left and right bravo's with 24" pitch. Would trade for a set of Mirage 3 blades with 23" pitch. Do not know what they are worth but would like what it will cost to get a set of used mirage props.

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    4blades??

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    Yes they are 4 blades. Sorry I forgot to put that.

    Thank you.

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    What were u running the 4 blades behind?? Horsepower???

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    It just has the stock twin 420's in it. It is a 1989 formula sr1 311. Just got the boat last year and they came on it. They are way to much prop for the boat and hp from what I have researched. That is why I am looking for some mirage 3 blade 23" pitch props.

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    The 24 B1's shouldn't be too much prop for that boat and HP. They should be pretty close.
    What rpm and speed are you seeing at WOT????
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    From what I researched the boat came with mirage 3 blade 23" pitch props wigh that motor package. It was under reving but I do not recall by how much. The motors are stock and from what I have read, if going to a 4 blade prop the pitch should be dropped by 1" if not increasing the power. This would keep you running the same desired rpm. I may be wrong and I am far from an expert so let me know if I am. I just want to put the props that the boat was originally tested with.

    Thanks.

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    I have a set if 21" 3 blade Mirage propellers that can be repitched at a reasonable price. I would be interested in a trade plus I pay you $100. My props are in great shape, they came off a 38' Fountain Sport Cruiser with the same power.

    Call me if you are interested, I could also have the repitch done for you, if you do not have a good prop guy you use. 239 443 8233

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    Quote Originally Posted by tylerearl88 View Post
    From what I researched the boat came with mirage 3 blade 23" pitch props wigh that motor package. It was under reving but I do not recall by how much. The motors are stock and from what I have read, if going to a 4 blade prop the pitch should be dropped by 1" if not increasing the power. This would keep you running the same desired rpm. I may be wrong and I am far from an expert so let me know if I am. I just want to put the props that the boat was originally tested with.

    Thanks.
    I would get some good test numbers with the exact rpms and GPS speeds before changing them.
    Ideally you want to run your engines right around 5000-5200rpms with light fuel.
    You may be better off getting your props labbed. The 4 blades will most likely give you better cruise speed.

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    I will get back to you on this offer. I would definitely want them rep itched as I do not know of any local quality prop shops. Thank you.
    Quote Originally Posted by 777offshore View Post
    I have a set if 21" 3 blade Mirage propellers that can be repitched at a reasonable price. I would be interested in a trade plus I pay you $100. My props are in great shape, they came off a 38' Fountain Sport Cruiser with the same power.

    Call me if you are interested, I could also have the repitch done for you, if you do not have a good prop guy you use. 239 443 8233


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