Choose Your Prop Adventure

by FliteTest | April 25, 2012 | (26 Ratings) Posted in Projects

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In this episode of Flite Test, we get the viewer involved! In this interactive episode Josh and Josh walk us through how to choose the right prop for you motor! Simply click the prop, or the links below, and see what your outcome is!

Click here for the 6x3 Prop: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BBAn0hAv5Pk




Click here for the 8x4 Prop: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D99Z2KBmJRQ




Click here for the 11x4.7 Prop: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FGOvk36OB5E


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wingspan100 on May 8, 2012
I really enjoyed that video when it first came out.
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bagsy31 on June 15, 2012
Really informative. Thanks guys.
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jdgomezb on May 9, 2012
Nice one, not the best but it's fun to watch! thanks brothers
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TaPeMaStEr153 on July 21, 2012
Awesome, now if I could only figure out how to pick a proper engine. I am just trying to use old crashed plane parts and cant figure how powerful of a motor I need to use for a particular plane. Especially when it comes to what the KV rating is supposed to mean.
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colorex on May 30, 2012
I really like the new poster on the main page!
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jd7792 on June 2, 2012
Great segment. I have been pushing for a while for these type of videos, great to see that you have started. I am sure that all newbies will get a lot from this video.

Well done, keep it up!
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yusesa on March 21, 2017
Common rail direct injection is an intelligent way of controlling a diesel engine with use of modern computer systems.Common Rail direct injection helps to improve the power, performance and reduce harmful emissions from a diesel engine. Conventional Diesel Engines (non-CRDI engines) are sluggish, noisy and sensor in performance compared to a CRDI engine.
Common Rail Nozzle or Common Rail Injector Valve is also sometimes referred to by many similar or different names. Some brands use name CRDe / DICOR / Turbojet / DDIS / TDI etc. All these systems work on same principles with Common Rail Injector slight variations and enhancements here and there.
Common rail direct injection system uses Common Rail Shim & Gasket kit which is like one single rail or fuel channel which contains diesel compresses at high pressure. This is a called a common rail because there is one single pump which compresses the diesel and one single rail which contains that compressed fuel. In conventional diesel engines, there will be as many pumps and fuel rails as there are cylinders.
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