- Carbon Fiber
- Lycoming O-235
- Lycoming O-290
- Lycoming O-320
- Lycoming O-360
- 115 - 220 HP
- Internal pressure molded
- Carbon Fiber construction
- I-Beam Advanced Manufacturing Process
- 2 Blade Tractor
- Pitch Pin Hub System
- Co-cured Metal Leading Edge
- 72" - 68" Diameter
- Spinners Available
- 7/16" & 1/2" Mount Bolts Available
2 Blade Lycoming O-320/O-360 Ground Adjustable Propeller Propellers
Improve your Aircraft’s performance with our 2 blade propeller designed specifcally for Lycoming O-320 to IO-390 powered high speed aircraft such as Van's RV series and Glasair aircraft. This propeller is manufactured using an internal pressure, closed mold system to produce a hollow, one piece blade. The blades also incorporate our Patent-pending I-Beam construction. This process yields very repeatable blades with maximum strength, durability, and low weight. This propeller has the strength and durability to give you thousands of hours of trouble free flying.
This propeller features a co-cured bonded stainless steel leading edge for erosion and FOD protection. The two piece hub is manufactured from aerospace grade aluminum and is shot peened for duability and anodized for corrosion protection.
Our Pitch Pin Hub System allows its users to set a broad range of pitches, using the system’s index pins to make adjustments. Simply loosen the hub clamping bolts, insert the desired pitch pin, set the blades against the pin, torque the mounting bolts and go flying! The entire pitch change process takes less than 5 minutes.
This 2 blade propeller is suitable for use on the Lycoming O-235, O-290, O-320, O-360 and IO-390 engines. We have tested it up to 220HP. The blades can be trimmed from the maximum 72" diameter to 68" diameter.
We have a composite spinners available for this propeller to match up to the RV cowling.
This propeller mounts with 7/16" & 1/2 bolts only! Please specify bolt size when ordering. If your adapter or spacer has 3/8" bolts on the prop side contact us first before purchasing.
See the video describing the propeller at EAA Airventure 2010