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The most effective way is to contact us via the contact form or by e-mail. So we can just look up all the details about your order, or send you a link to a suitable product. We do our best to answer within a day!
On the day of the order, you will receive an e-mail with a tracking link in the evening. If you have not received this, check your spam folder or contact us for a request.
- Step 1: Determine your current propeller size
- Step 2: Select your engine
- Step 3: (Optional) Change your propeller type
The size is usually indicated on outside of the propeller hub. It is usually written like this (examples):
- 11 1/4 X 13
- 11.25 X 13
The first number is the diameter (11.25) and the second number is the pitch (13).
The difference between a four-blade and three-blade propeller is the larger surface area that results in greater thrust. This can be especially beneficial for heavy and / or slow moving boats, but also if your boat has difficulty with acceleration or you often pull water skiers or wakeboarders.
Advantages of a 3 blade propeller:
– Lower purchase price
– Can achieve a slightly higher top speed
Advantages of a 4 blade propeller:
– Faster in-plane
– Better acceleration
– Suitable for heavy boats
– Suitable for pulling water skis and wakeboarders
– Better low-speed maneuverability
– More grip in rough waters
Tip: If you change from a 3 blade to a 4 blade prop, select the slope one pitch smaller to maintain the same RPM at full speed.
Stainless steel propellers are stronger than aluminum propellers. This makes these propellers more resistant to scratches from sand. Because of the stronger metal, the propeller blades are often thinner than those of the aluminum models, which increases efficiency. Stainless steel propellers are usually more expensive than aluminum ones.
If you order before 9PM your order gets shipped the same day. For most EU countries delivery takes place within 48 hours. Click here for more details. Unless otherwise stated, all propellers are in stock.