|TURBO SPINNERS AND MOUNTING PLATES||Part No.||Price||Buy|
|Three-blade Turbo spinner 210mm|
|Two-blade Turbo spinner 250mm|
|Three-blade Turbo spinner 250mm|
|Turbo deflector for 08.3" (210mm) spinner|
|Turbo deflector for 09.8" (250mm) spinner|
|Two-blade spinner mounting plate 210mm|
|Three-blade spinner mounting plate 210mm|
|Two-blade spinner mounting plate 250mm|
|Three-blade spinner mounting plate 250mm|
Realized entirely out of carbon fibers, the Turbo spinner DUC 08.3" and 09.8" were studied and developed to support the cooling of the engine.
Very adapted in the case of engines with air cooling, it limits the variations in temperature engine between takeoff to full mode and the flight in cruising, but also in statics or on a taxiway.
Adaptable to any type of engine generating a slight overheating regardless of its direction of rotation (Rotax, Continental, Limbach...), it is oriented for use on 4-stroke engines.
In two-bladed or three-bladed version, the carbon fiber deflectors were placed around each foot of blade to allow an air admission in the entries of the engine cowling in statics and dynamics.
Two-blade spinner mounting plate 08.3"
Three-blade Turbo spinner 08.3"mm
Three-blade spinner mounting plate 08.3"
Two-blade Turbo spinner 09.8"mm
Two-blade spinner mounting plate 09.8"
Three-blade Turbo spinner 09.8"mm
Three-blade spinner mounting plate 09.8"
Turbo deflector for 08.3" spinner
Turbo deflector for 09.8" spinner
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