25 HP Nissan Outboard Boat Propellers
1986 - 2001

Nissan 25 HP 1986 - 2001 Outboard Propellers
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Manufacturer: Nissan

Horsepower: 25 HP

Years: 1986 - 2001

Model: 25 HP Outboard

Specs: Thru Hub Exhaust & 10 Tooth Spline

Max RPM: 4800-5500 RPM

Where to Find Your Prop Pitch Prop Pitch & RPM's
Choose a Propeller Pitch
Pitch is a measurement of how far the propeller moves forward during one full revolution.
It is critical that your engine operates within the manufacturer-recommended RPM range.

- 2” Pitch will add 400 RPM

+ 2” Pitch will subtract 400 RPM

These changes vary and may not reflect actual change in engine RPM & performance for your specific prop & engine.
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Where to Find Your Prop Pitch

Look on the outer hub of the prop near the blades or inside the hub.

Most props are stamped with a series of numbers.

Pitch is always the last number listed.

Example: 3 x 16 x 24.5R

3 - Number of Blades (occasionally displayed)

16 - Diameter

24.5 - Pitch

R - Direction of Rotation (R = Right/Standard, L = Left/Counter)

Pitch is stamped on the outer prop hub...   ...or
around the inner hub.
Prop Pitch & RPM's

For safety, and efficient performance, it is critical that your engine operates within the RPM range recommended by the manufacturer.


A change in the prop pitch will increase or decrease the engine RPM's and can be used to bring them into the recommended range. A 2" pitch increase (for example, from 21" to 23") will result in approximately a 300-400 RPM decrease and vice versa.


The correct prop allows the engine's RPM to run within the top end of the manufacturers recommendation.

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For safety and efficient performance, it is critical that your engine operates within the RPM range recommended by the manufacturer.