Hi Phil,

I believe the propeller was a ground adjustable Warp Drive:

He had it pitched for high speed cruise.  It was a pretty efficient combo but 
the high pitch seemed to be loading up the engine making  quite hot.  Simple, 
light, and pretty inexpensive.  

However, supposedly a no no for VW’s (though with the F-1 or Revmaster cranks 
it might be ok).


> On Dec 12, 2017, at 9:00 AM, krnet-requ...@list.krnet.org wrote:
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> Date: Tue, 12 Dec 2017 08:56:24 +1100
> From: Phillip Matheson <phillipmathe...@bigpond.com 
> <mailto:phillipmathe...@bigpond.com>>
> To: KRnet <krnet@list.krnet.org <mailto:krnet@list.krnet.org>>
> Subject: Re: KR> New Life for an old project
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> Owen. Great web page is Cedric?s Kr2S. lots of info thanks. Any chance of 
> finding out the details on the 3 blade prop on the 0200 kr on his web page 
> please
> Phil 
> Australia. 

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