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Old 09-10-2021, 02:33 PM
bobnoffs bobnoffs is offline
 
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Location: n. wi
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Default prop testing

i have a honda in my 12 and would feel much better about first flight if i had tested how hard my prop is pulling. does anyone have a good procedure to anchor the plane while the prop is pulling wide open throttle?
i have played a lot of scenarios in my head , i am looking for something tried and proven. a wild guess would be 300-400 pounds.in another build a jab 3300 pulled 370 if i remember correctly.
thanks.
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dakota hawk/jab 3300 built and flying. sold 6/18.getting serious about the 12. in the hangar now as of 10/15/19
RV-12 kit as of 9/13
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