Jul 202010
 
Amita 4 High Thrust

4 blade high thrust propeller

If you need a prop for your 9.9 to 15 hp outboard and heavy little boat, take a look at the Solas Amita 4 High Thrust aluminum propeller. It is a large diameter 4 blade prop with big ears that are absent of the blade rake you’re probably used to seeing, giving it good forward and reverse thrust characteristics. Available in 10 x 7 or 10 x 5 pitch sizes, it is suitable for pushing boats that are a little bit bigger than usual for the power range, such as when the outboard is used as a sailboat kicker. See what Trailer Boat had to say about it (pdf).

Outboard Motor High Thrust Prop Application Chart

Make Models Solas High Thrust Props
Honda 8 hp 2001 & newer
9.9 hp 1988 & newer
15 hp 1988 & newer
20 hp 2003 & newer
5 pitch: 3113-100-05
7 pitch: 3113-100-07
(fits 8 spline propshafts)
Johnson &
Evinrude
9.9 hp & 15 hp (2 Stroke) 1974 & newer
9.9 hp & 15 hp (4 Stroke) 2000 – 2001
5 pitch: 2113-100-05
7 pitch: 2113-100-07
(fits 13 spline propshafts)
Johnson &
Evinrude
DF9.9 & DF15 (4 Stroke) 2002 – 2003 5 pitch: 4113-100-05
7 pitch: 4113-100-07
(fits 10 spline propshafts)
Mercury 6, 8, 9.9 hp (2 Stroke) 1986 & newer
9.9 hp (4 Stroke) 2002 & newer
10 hp & 15 hp (Sea Pro/Marathon) 1995 & newer
15 hp (2 & 4 Strokes) 1989 & newer
(NOT Bigfoot or models by Yamaha or Tohatsu)
5 pitch: 1113-100-05
7 pitch: 1113-100-07
(fits 8 spline propshafts)
Mercury
(Yamaha origin)
F9.9 (4 Stroke) 2000 – 2007
F15 (4 Stroke) 2000 & newer
5 pitch: 3113-100-05
7 pitch: 3113-100-07
(fits 8 spline propshafts)
Mercury
(Tohatsu origin)
15 hp (4 Stroke) 2001 & newer 5 pitch: 5113-100-05
7 pitch: 5113-100-07
(fits 14 spline propshafts)
Suzuki DT9.9 1983 – 1987
DT15, DT15C 1983 – 1997
DF9.9, DF9.9R (4 Stroke) 1997 & newer
DF15 (4 Stroke) 1997 & newer
(NOT for 9.9C & 9.9CN)
5 pitch: 4113-100-05
7 pitch: 4113-100-07
(fits 8 spline propshafts)
Tohatsu &
Nissan
MFS8 & MFS9.8 hp (4 Stroke)
NSF8 & NSF9.8
(NOT 9.9)
5 pitch: 5013-087-05
(8.7″ diameter)
(fits 12 spline propshafts)
Yamaha 9.9 hp (2 Stroke) 1984 & newer
F9.9 (4 Stroke) 2000 – 2007
15 hp (2 Stroke) 1984 & newer
F15 (4 Stroke) 2000 & newer
F20 (4 Stroke) All
5 pitch: 3113-100-05
7 pitch: 3113-100-07
(fits 8 spline propshafts)

For other props that fit these outboard motors, use the Solas Boat Propeller Selector.

  7 Responses to “Solas High Thrust Propeller”

  1. Love your site man keep up the good work

  2. Quote on a 10 x 7 ht prop for a new Suzuki 4 st 15 hp.

  3. Hello.
    This high thrust – 4 blades propeller seems to be ideal for me. But I am still hesitating between 5′ pitch and 7′ pitch.
    Can you please advice ?

    My boat: sailboat. LWL: 30 feet / beam: 10 feet / draft: 1 feet (no keel; this is a center board) / weight (full load): 7700 lb.
    Motor : outboard suzuki 15 DF (year 2009) – 4 stroke – 15 hp.

    I am using motor for manoeuvring in harbour, and cruising in case of lack of wind (regular speed: 5 knots).

    Thanks a lot in advance.
    (and sorry for my poor english !).

  4. Philippe,

    I think the high thrust propeller that will give you the best results is the 7 pitch. The 7 pitch and the 5 high thrust propellers are both going to provide you with great maneuverability around the harbor.

    Achieving good RPM is essential and I think you will be able to get good RPM out of either the 5 or 7 pitch props. The reason the 7 pitch high thrust propeller might be better for you is that it will give you just a little more speed in situations when there is a lack of wind.

    The 5 pitch high thrust propeller is usually a better recommendation for fishing vessels using a kicker motor to troll. In this situation the angler is usually looking to go as slow as possible.

    All the best!

  5. Are these props available from dealers in South Africa and if not, would you ship out here?

    I am busy installing a 2011 Honda 15 onto my 21 x 8 ft house boat with a non planing hull.

    At present the same boat has an ancient honda 9.9 on it with a 3 bladed prop of
    9 1/4 x 8 5/8 dia and pitch. This motor cannot exceed more than 2,800 rpm with this prop so performance has been limited, hence the need to change both motor and prop. Unfortunately the standard 3 blade prop on the new motor is similar and the supplier is not able to assist with any other prop other than the original.

    Many thanks,

    Colin.

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