The Emax Avan Babyhawk propeller 2×2.7×3 was designed to maximize control of your Babyhawk while remaining efficient. A true constant 2.7″ pitch throughout the blade gives a linear control feeling across the throttle band while still achieving high speeds. This allows for ease of flight and more precision. With a special PC blend the Avan Babyhawk weighs 1.25 grams. Most of the weight is centralized near the hub creating a low moment of inertia of 1.14 grams*square centimeter which in turn makes a very responsive prop. The large blade chord makes the propeller very durable. Best match for the original Babyhawk or any micro running the 1104 5250kv motors with 2-3s batteries. Avan Babyhawk has screw hole mount spacing both for the original 1104 5250kv motors as well as a smaller hole spacing (5mm diameter spacing) to mount on other micro sized motors. With the new standard hole pattern try them on EMAX 1106 6000kv motors for insane thrust and speed.
The Avan Babyhawk was designed from the ground up starting from design constraints such as RPM, air speed, and required thrust. From these constraints aerodynamic models were built to predict performance and to design the blade shape. Highly cambered airfoils were used to achieve high lift coefficients at high angles of attack prolonging stall. This allows for a higher blade angle while still remaining efficient. The cambered airfoils also allow a greater flight envelope making for great low end responsiveness while still being able to achieve high speeds.
A special Polycarbonate blend is used to achieve high durability. This material is incredibly tough and ductile to resist fracture in high impact crashes. A thick blade root was designed to further increase this durability. Our injection mold process is optimized to reduce bubbles in the plastic to increase the strength of the propeller and to maintain superb balance.
2.3 inch diameter
2.7 inch pitch
fits Babyhawk motor and has hole pattern of 5mm diameter for other common motors
weight: 1.25 grams
Moment of Inertia: 1.14 g*cm^2