Composite Prop Mods: Lightweight, Efficient

If you own an airplane, there's probably a composite prop mod for it. While more expensive, it cuts weight and vibration and the blades don't wear out.

In a matter of less than three decades composite props have gone from interesting curiosities on homebuilt airplanes to widely accepted original equipment on new production airplanes and almost universally available aftermarket replacements for metal props on legacy birds.  While still more expensive than their aluminum counterparts, the advantages of composite propellers in terms of […]
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