High RPM Super-Nylon Prop suited to Scarab Multicopters running very High RPMs such as Scarab TriiKopta and Scarab YSiix - Max rpm = 14,940. Made in Germany by Graupner these props by design have very steep inboard section and rapid taper chord-wise - provides slightly less thrust overall compared to a similar 9 x 5 slow flyer prop (spoon) but provides superior stability of flight in multicopters due to the high inside radius airflows and low tip loading. Very Rigid making them less suitable than 9050 triple for fast forward filming work. Suits experienced prop balancing FilmMaker - not for Noobs doing film Ops.
9x5" L CW (23cmx12.5cm)
Super Nylon for high RPM - 180m/s = 14,490 rpm - realistic multicopter Ops 6-9,000rpm
Low inertia mass 11.8g
Bore = 5mmID - has a rear insert ID = 8mmx4mm (for inserts - when required for ID less than 5mm - ie you would use an insert to take it down to 4mm or 3mm) - This prop does NOT fit F450 or F550
Requires 7mm shaft depth to be available - to mount it
1 x 9x5L eProp Graupner - only (L) CW
Carbonbird 775kv - Graupner 9x5 E-Prop - 4S 16.8v - 50% hover setting 0.37kg thrust ; 5100rpm ; 3.0amps ::::: WOT 100% ESC rating test 0.855kg thrust ; 8,320rpm ; 9.8Amps (10amp ESC Required)
Requires balancing by the pilot - this includes chord-wise balancing and span-wise balancing - not suited to Noobs for this reason.
Requires a 5mm OD Prop Adapter shaft - not included
Excludes training on how to balance props for video Ops
Excludes Prop Collets /Prop adapter which comes with the motor itself
Excludes any inserts - because the bore is 5mm - this is not a problem and these props fit directly to CarbonBird 5mm collets that come with the motors themselves
Excludes CCW R prop - sold separately
Keep your PROPS OFF - not installed - until you are fully conversant/understand in full the functions of your Tx in full including TRAV (end Points), the arm and disarm procedures - realise that for a Noob skiping or out-of-order set-up steps or moving sticks, or even static - PROPS may start at anytime without warning. Never install props prior to calibration of the ESC and testing the gyro orientation, and arm/disarm testing of the board - YOU are responsible - make sure your actions and your Copter is safe. When operating props remain clear of the spinning arc plane - at all times wear eye protection.