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    The perfect prop

    Hey!

    Id love to run both of my 4S quads with the same props.

    Both of the quads run 2204, 2300kv Motors with 4s Lipos...

    One frame is a Krieger 200.. The other one is a Robocat 280..

    If i went for triblades.. What would you suggest to fit the motors and the drag in a efficient way without producing heat/damage to the system:

    5045, bullnose triblades? Dual blades?the topic is a little intimidating and id love to have one product i can safely use!

    Thanks for your time,
    Philip

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    Grass Surfer bagofsoup's Avatar
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    what escs are you running?
    In hoc signo vinces

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    Im using a tbs powercube on betaflight in airmode...

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    HQ 5x4x3 are my current favorite. Kind of pricey, but they feel so good. Not sure if they'll fit on the Krieger 200 though.

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    Three leaf props handle smoother, but also seem to shorten flight time. Must say three leaf are my fave! Two leaf for endurance, I guess. Try em all that's what I did, lol.

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    Try the Lynx props. The come in Orange, yellow and black.
    5030, 5035, and 5040 in 2 and 3 blade and 5045 in 2 blade.

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    I don't think tri blade BN props is a good idea on 2204 motors, too much load. I like 5x4x3 on my 2204s best for acro. DYS have some out which are stronger and cheaper than the HQs.

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