GEMFAN 3016-3 PROPS - (2CW + 2CCW)
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Product SKU: 17D-7088-1
These are the magic props when it comes to vibrations!
They will cure that vibe which no tune could get rid of :-)
Gemfan 3016-3 has T-mount style hub so can be use as press fit or with M2 screws (Screws always recommended specially on powerfull setups)
- 2CW + 2CCW per bag
- 3” tri-blade prop
- 1.5mm press fit and T mount
- Hub Thickness 5.60mm
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These props are so good compared to others in 3" that I've tried for the lightweight application that the only prop they compete with in my mind is the GF3018-2 biblade variant of the same prop, and that's really just a choice on flight feel.
These triblades aren't as quick in a straight line, but the flexibility these triblades allow for in terms of running lower battery voltage or shorter stators that allow for lighter weight builds give them a definite edge. For spec racing applications, I also like these because more consistent cornering response is there, but the tradeoff is losing the straight line speed and top end authority if running lower power setups (for example, racing the GTB339 on 2S batteries). Still, that is actually my favorite setup for practicing race tracks by myself, or in bracket racing formats - slap a 2S 650mAh battery on a 5500KV 1105 setup with these props and you get the amazing spec racer feel where the bit of extra weight and lack of extra power that lets you fly non-ideal lines is gone, and instead you have to fly sticks to plastic and hit every apex and turn-in to hold momentum, but it's ultra-rewarding when you get it right.
Finally, the last reason I like the triblades is the color selection - the Lemon props stand out great, if you're using the recorded video the subdued grey is a perfect choice... but I'm always a sucker for anything in Purple.