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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Nov 2003
    My Ride
    38 Special / Tige 2100V
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    52
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    Please Welcome BBlades

    Brett from BBlades, the industry leader in high performance props will be checking in to answer any questions you may have about how BBlades can improve your prop performance.

    Thanks Brett!!!!
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  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jan 2007
    Location
    Princeton, WI
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    Thank you Dr. Jeff! I am excited and happy to be part of MWBP!

    I know some of you already and look forward to getting to know more of you.

    It will be fun working together to dial in and improve performance on our favorite past time and our obsession, our boats!

    No question is too big, to small or too repetative. Let's see what we can acomplish.
    Brett A. Anderson
    BBLADES Professional Propellers, LLC.
    Shop 920-295-4435
    FAX 920-295-4436
    www.bblades.com

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Sep 2004
    Location
    42 MM Alcorn Hollow Cove
    My Ride
    American Curls
    Age
    51
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    Oh boy I think we found a friend for Ptextreme............He will love this!
    Whats next?

  4. #4
    Join Date
    May 2007
    Location
    OP/LOTO
    My Ride
    Fountain
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    294
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    Question to Brett

    I am currently running 25 Mirages on my 92 Fountain. No steps. Turn around 5000 when drives are way up. What is everyones experience or opinion on swapping to 4 blades, say 24's or should I rework the 25's? The tend to slip when coming up on plane. Otherwise, the boat runs well and will hold plane at some pretty los speeds with a little massaging. Top speed varies from 70 - 72. I also have the original earlier Mirages from Fountain that have their magic added to them, gut they would always slip in turns.

    I posted this last week and one of the members suggested that I send this to you for your expert advice

  5. #5
    Join Date
    May 2005
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    Stock 26P Bravos. One is "scuffed" or roughed up on the tip of all 4 blades. Don't remember hitting anything, but must have. Not ready to lab the props yet, as I still have to do a few things to the engines/exhaust that influence the lab work. May be a year before that happens.

    1. What damage will running the prop in it's current condition cause?
    2. If it needs to be fixed now, can it be smoothed down (resulting in slightly smaller diameter) or should it have extra SS welded back on to keep the original diameter? The other drive's prop is still fine and is also stock.

    thanks.

  6. #6
    Join Date
    Nov 2003
    Location
    28mm LOTO
    My Ride
    What ever they let me drive
    Age
    48
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    Brett - any winter specials going our members should know about?

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