Find your Ideal Quicksilver Propeller
in 5 steps or less.
Boat performance is equal parts power and propeller. With our propeller finder, you’ll be able to narrow your search for the most ideal prop considerably in just four simple steps. Get started now, and once you’ve entered your specifications, we’ll provide results based upon our extensive test data.
(Note: Results will often yield multiple propellers. Please contact a dealer once you've completed this process.)
Step 1: Boat Type
This Prop Selector will help you calculate the right prop for your boat type and how you use it. Our test data is based on these general boat types. Please choose the type of boat below that corresponds most closely with your boat type.
Step 2: Usage
Selecting a performance goal is crucial to finding the right prop. The Prop Selector will recommend a propeller based on the Performance Goal you select. For example, one propeller may be better suited for "Acceleration" while another propeller will be best for "Mid Range Cruise / Fuel Economy."
Step 3: Engine Info
The basics, they’re as integral to propeller selection as are performance goals and boat type. Your specifications will help narrow the field.
Step 4: Family Results
By completing Steps 1-3, you’ve narrowed the field to recommended propeller families (listed below).
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Step 5: Pitch
Each boat and its use is slightly different, and sometimes different propeller lines could provide similar benefits. The propellers identified below will allow you to make a final decision based on either further research on our Web site or on recommendations from your dealer.
Current Boat Performance
Options based on your current setup.