Ask the expert is there a way lace you can try a different prop without buying it. I’m running a 206 Champion with a 250 pro xs 4 stroke with a fury 3 24 p it’s good until it gets hot thinking of trying a fury 4 23p to get a better hole shot in summer.
Problem with the fury4’s, is they tend to sling blades pretty often. Sucks when a $700 prop slings a blade.
Grout my understanding is that the alloy the Fury's are made off is hard as heck, but that makes them more brittle than more traditional SS (what I've read, I will get to the truth on that). That alloy allows them to make the blades thinner, and just like any knife, thinner blade cuts easier, the easier it cuts the less HP it takes to turn them, so I suspect that thiness also has something to do with this issue. I have one with a crack ear in my barn now, so we will definitely be talking about durability and how actual material they are constructed from effects performance and durabilty. Honestly before I started this series I just assumed they were all made of SS....I'm learning.