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Old 12-08-2011, 12:15 PM
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I received my Herring prop what a awesome prop. Wont be able to try her out till spring. Whats crazy it cost less than a Mercury Racing lab Maximus prop??? It will be interesting to see how the prop performs compare to the Maximus prop. I be happy if it does not throw a blade at my SCX case like the Maximus did... Upper Case + New Prop = Lots of $$$$$.
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Nice looking prop. Like the logo on it.
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Maximus props carry the front end of a race boat more than anything I've ever used...Never tried them in a pleasure application, they may work well for that?! A Merc prop is not even in the same league as Hering. When we did vibration testing on bravo drives; the Hering's had massively less vibration than anything else! Money well spent mate!
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Maximus props carry the front end of a race boat more than anything I've ever used...Never tried them in a pleasure application, they may work well for that?! A Merc prop is not even in the same league as Hering. When we did vibration testing on bravo drives; the Hering's had massively less vibration than anything else! Money well spent mate!
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I had the Hering built to act like a Maximus I hope. I did go with 15-1/2" on the Herring instead of 15-5/8" that I had on Maximus. I went with a 22 degree rake to carrie the bow.
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Hope it performs as good as it looks!
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Anyone do any testing on an outbaord skater- merc lab prop vs. a herring? And if so any difference in speed/ handling?
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what kind of boat??
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