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Old    ssjrmk            05-15-2003, 4:21 PM Reply   
does anyone use a cutter prop, which one should i get the acme or the cutter stainless
Old    Sandy Vandebult (sandbag)      Join Date: May 2002       05-16-2003, 5:26 AM Reply   
Cutter has changed ownership.
I tried to get a refund on mine and they
said tough cookies.

I wanted my money back so I could get a Acme.
I went through several Cutter SS until I got
one that actually gave my some holeshot. Finally
got the right prop but it vibrates. Screw Cutter.
Old    Jeff Reese (jeffr)      Join Date: May 2002       05-16-2003, 8:05 AM Reply   
Steve,
Might want to check the Malibu site for recommendations on props too. I have not seen much on prop stuff recently here on WW. Last summer there were quite a few threads with good info.

I have not tried different brands… but I do have a SS Cutter prop and have had no problem with it. I think it's and 18.5 vs. the stock 20 that I had on my Maristar (4 blade). Yes I do get better holeshot now and it holds speed fine even with 2K of ballast. Lost a bit on the top end… not that it matters.

If you get one at a local shop they will probably let you try out both.

Check the post on the Download Ballast system and send an E-mail to Porter. I know Mike got a new prop on his Tige and swears by it… I think it was an Acme?? Good Luck.
Old    sandman            05-16-2003, 8:54 AM Reply   
Definately ACME. I believe Tige dropped Cutter last year in favor of ACME. Many other manufacturers have gone with ACME as well. Cant go wrong. I love mine
Old    dliguori            05-16-2003, 9:15 AM Reply   
Acme by far! The three blades are dope too and give a better holeshot than the four and the cnc machining all but eliminates the typical 3 blade vibration.

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