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XHS Propeller Hub Kit 202
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Product DescriptionEngineered to meet the needs of performance-driven boaters, Solas propellers deliver peak characteristics to a wide range of applications. Solas Aluminum Props are squeeze-casted to make them stronger and easier to repair than any other prop. Pressed rubber hub provides for long-lasting consistency.
135 hp '87 thru
225 hp '80 thru
150 hp '78 thru
250 hp '94 thru
175 hp '78 thru
275 hp '90-'94
200 hp '78 thru
300 hp '83, '99 thru
220 hp '87-'88\t
3.4 L '84-'86
Mercruiser: Alpha One, Alpha One Gen 2, Bravo One
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Q:I now have a three (3) a 14.25 x 21 pitch prop on my boat and it does O.k. ,but I can top out at 6000 rpm ,which I think is too much ..My boat is a 5.7 chevy (250 h.p. ) 20 ' Bowrunner ...
I'm looking at the four (4) blade ,because I want a better hole shot and reduce my rpm's some ???Asked on 5/30/2012 by Anonymous from North Carolina
Q:Currently have original 3 blade alum.14.25/21 on Mercruiser sterndrive 4.3 litre 6 cylinder sterndrive (190 hp) At wide open throttle I hit rev limiter instead of top speed. Am wondering which 4 blade to try? 14x21 or 14x23 Not sure about the slighly smaller diameter on the 4 blade. Which 4 blade would most closely match my original for performence?Asked on 5/26/2011 by Bill from Illinois
A:A 14x23 4 blade will give you a little more speed without over reving to engine. The 4 blade will also improve handling for pulling tubes, skis, etc.Answered on 8/8/2012 by John from Portage, MI