I used a Sunnysky X2212-6 Kv: 2450 II on my Flite Test Bravo pusher prop jet. It spins CCW when viewed from the rear and uses a Reverse 5x4.5 prop from a quad. On a normal fixed wing, the motor would be considered a normal or CW motor. But the prop is mounted facing the opposite direction it would be if the motor was used as a tractor motor versus a pusher prop. The CCW prop adapter bolted to the motor is exactly what I needed. Works great. With these NORMAL and REVERSE prop adapters, I can swap motor wires for whichever direction I need for the props I have on hand, be they CW or CCW. And match the prop nut/adapter direction so that it tightens in the opposite direction of the spinning motor/prop. I don't have to worry about confusing myself with whether or not it's called CW or CCW, normal or reverse. I just use an adapter with the appropriate opposite direction of the motor/prop. I only have to make sure the prop faces the correct direction of the spin and into the forward movement of my plane, be it pusher or tractor.