Vess 23A Propeller

Availability: Coming Soon

The unique shape, design, and size designations of the Vess Propellers did not come about by accident. They are the result of many months of computation, prototyping, and testing. And instead of simply recreating another version of existing designs or following conventional practice, this project began from a “clean sheet of paper” and proceeded in a direction that was guided by formal engineering analysis. The result is a prop design that truly sets a new standard for performance, efficiency, and noise reduction.

Guidelines in choosing the right Vess Propeller:
It’s as easy as A-B-C! The “baseline” prop that most people will start with in a particular diameter series is denoted as a “B” pitch (“B” is for Baseline). So, if you have a 100c powered 33-35% aerobatic airplane, you will start with a “27B” prop. It will most likely give you the tremendous vertical performance, great acceleration, and low noise that was designed to deliver. If you have an aircraft that is heavier, has more drag, or is larger than a typical 33-35% aerobatic model or has less horsepower, you may need to go down to a “27A”, which has less load. Conversely, if your airplane is lighter, has less drag, or is smaller than a typical 33-35% aerobatic model or has more horsepower, you may use a higher loaded “27C” to properly absorb the power and keep the propeller quiet. 

Did you know?

Vess Propellers employed aerospace design and analysis methods to produce the most advanced props that give optimum performance.

Vess 23A Propeller

Double click on above image to view full picture

Zoom Out
Zoom In

More Views

  • Vess 23A Propeller