|Hyper Spinner Specification|
|Motor shaft||3.17 mm|
|Distance across hinge pins||27 mm|
|Prop hinge pin diameter||3 mm|
|Prop blade root width||8 mm|
|Max power||1000 W|
Review by: Terry Kovack32mm HyperSpinner Power for 3.17mm shaft
Received quickly over the pond. Am converting a Sophisticated Lady to electric. Am using 9x6 VitaProp along with this HyperSpinner. Great looking spinner paired with the folding prop. Have not used as yet but hoping it will bring airplane to altitude in a hurry.
Review by: PFNice Spinner
The spinner is a perfect fit on the shaft. The grub screws leave a tiny mark on the shaft when tightened which showed me where to file small flats before final fitting. The shape of the yoke allows the blades to fold neatly against the model for minimum drag so I'm well pleased.
Review by: Mike BrinsonGreat Spinner and Yoke
This is my 2nd and I'm very happy with them. The "Power" version allows mounting on a very short motor shaft and is secure.
Be sure to read Neil's comments on blade stress and 1 vs. 2 grub screws.
Review by: Viktor
My favorite spinner.
Review by: PaulGood product
These are the spinner I now use as my standard after decades of Aeronaut. I always found having to select the correct middle piece and match it to the spinner was a pain but gave you a great deal of flexibility. I prefer the collet fixing type or, even better the clamp system used by some manufacturers. The GM spinners are even nicer and have the collet but are more expensive. All spinners have to be modified to suit the prop you are using by trimming the plastic above the boss of the propeller otherwise the prop does not open fully.
For value/performance/ruggedness the Vladimir spinner is hard to beat
Review by: Chris LammingPerfect fit on the shaft and on the fuse
Lovely little assembly that fits perfectly on a 1/8" shaft (I'm using an Axi 2212) and the pins suit the Graupner CAM blades no problem.
I had to do a small amount of 'relieving' work on the spinner plastic and prop blades to ensure no fouling and free movement of the blades, but I'm sure this is quite normal.