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Stiletto 3-Blade Propeller, Pressed Rubber Hub / Stainless Steel, 13.25 dia x 17 pitch, Right Hand

Item # 31448
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Key Features

  • Durable 15-5 ph one piece stainless steel casting

  • High-rake, progressive pitch configuration

  • Best overall performance at all throttle levels


Our Price   $329.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
stiletto Stiletto Performance Propellers. Extended cup. High rake. Progressive pitch. High-strength alloy. Precision-balanced. Performance and value, redefined from Stiletto. The unique high-rake, progressive pitch configuration is designed to help most boats achieve their best overall performance at all throttle levels ... low end, mid-range and top end. Manufactured using a durable 15-5 ph one-piece stainless steel casting, then polished to a gleaming mirror-like finish. Stiletto propellers are backed by a limited lifetime blade failure warranty. Your propeller is one of the essential links between your boat and the water. Please carefully choose the Stiletto propeller that will best suit your application. Evinrude Johnson/OMC Seadrive: All V-4 (except '85 loop-charged), and 3cylinder (large gearcase) outboards. OMC/OMC Cobra Outdrive: (400, Cobra) before '94, 2.3, 2.5, 3.0, 3.0 ho, 120 hp, 140 hp. For the Stiletto 3-blade propellers above with the first digits of "ST213 and ST244" - use OMC #318841 (Overton's part #29957). Important: These recommendations are for single engine installations only. For most twin engine installations, it is necessary to increase the pitch by 4".

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Stiletto 3-Blade Propeller, Pressed Rubber Hub / Stainless Steel, 13.25 dia x 17 pitch, Right Hand
 
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5.0

very fast

By WHT

from gaithersburg, MD

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  • Easy to Use

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    • Engine

    Comments about Stiletto 3-Blade Propeller, Pressed Rubber Hub / Stainless Steel, 13.25 dia x 17 pitch, Right Hand:

    Thsi prop is great no ballance issues which is great since it is very heavy. That is the only drawback it is heavy so you have to be in good postion to put this prop on. It would be very difficult to replace if you were in the water. I have a swim platform ao I can get to the outboard lower unit for there. It is ballanced so there is no engine vibration. I like the stanless bacause it does not bend. Fast hole shot great crusing speed and the highest speed that I can get out of this 17 foot 90 hp ten year old boat (43 mph)

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    5.0

    nice prop

    By chesterbuck

    from Hortonville,WI

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

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    • Works great

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        Comments about Stiletto 3-Blade Propeller, Pressed Rubber Hub / Stainless Steel, 13.25 dia x 17 pitch, Right Hand:

        put on my 2010 e-tec and works great,,little more top end, and great looking on my boat

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