Michigan Dyna-Jet Cupped 3-Blade Prop, 1-1/8" SAE / Nibral, 13 dia x 13, LH
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Michigan Dyna-Jet Cupped 3-Blade Prop, 1-1/8" SAE / Nibral, 13 dia x 13, LH

Michigan Dyna-Jet Cupped 3-Blade Prop, 1-1/8" SAE / Nibral, 13 dia x 13, LH is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
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Item No. 322718
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Designed for high-power, fast-bottom boats, these Michigan Wheel propellers are cupped for extra speed with minimum cavitation. Cast of NiBrAl, a special blend of nickel, bronze, and aluminum, these outstanding props will absorb higher horsepower without deflection or distortion. Michigan Wheel's ski boat propellers provide consistent response to your throttle commands.

Vendor Part Number: 310659
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  • Extra speed with minimum cavitation
  • Cast of NiBrAl for strength and durability
  • Absorbs higher horsepower without deflection
  • Ski boat propellers provide consistent response
  • Michigan Dyna-Jet Cupped 3-Blade Prop, 1-1/8" SAE / Nibral, 13 dia x 13, LH is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great rspare/replacement prop I bought this to use as a spare prop after banging up the original. I went with a small dia. and lower pitch then the 14x18 that was on, in hopes of gaining better throttle control and maintain lower a speed for wakeboarding. It worked great. It has become the main prop now. If you are speed junkie, you may not like the top end as I lost 5-10 mph. But if you are looking for better control at lower speeds this is for you.
    Date published: 2010-07-13
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Puts a New Spin on an Old Boat Product seems to be less efficient on initial accelleration than stainless steel (polished) prop.
    Date published: 2009-07-28
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