Misc.

August 2005 Issue

Three-Blade Props: Buy For Looks, Not Speed

They’re often quieter and less vibey—but not always. For high-horsepower airplanes, they make sense, less so for modest cruisers, where speed may suffer.

They’re often quieter and less vibey—but not always. For high-horsepower airplanes, they make sense, less so for modest cruisers, where speed may suffer.

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