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Re: Propeller drag test under sail.

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.... Max-prop procedure is..... neutral, engine off, reverse for a few seconds, neutral. ... I'm just curious what happens in real life if the feathering prop is left in reverse.
Whether to leave shifter in neutral or not may depend on the advice of the engine manufacturer. The latest from Yanmar is to leave in neutral.

I used to leave a Westerbeke in reverse, and the MaxProp never seemed to mind.
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Whether to leave shifter in neutral or not may depend on the advice of the engine manufacturer. The latest from Yanmar is to leave in neutral.

I used to leave a Westerbeke in reverse, and the MaxProp never seemed to mind.
That's what I would think. The only caveat is that one actually gets it to feather first.
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