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I understand that, thank you for your opinion, and I've also read about it, but I'm sure that to use a prop guard of any kind is always better than to keep on going without one on such an accident prone configuration as mine is...
I've also considered the cage like prop guard, but those have induce awfull cavittion and drag...
Here's a picture for you to better understand Fulô's engine setup
PS- Unfortunately "off the shelf" also means "off the wallet" and I'm afraid that I'm really going to have to resume to DIY methods
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