Warp Drives Advanced Composite Carbon Fiber propeller has a structural strength near that of metal propellers. Because of the stiffness achieved by using carbon fibers, the prop will do very little coning (bending forward) under power. Proper fiber placement allows the prop to flex torsionally for maximum cruise efficiency. The strongly fixed position of the blades along with optimum torsional performance translates into more thrust than conventional propellers.
The interior structure of this propeller is all carbon fiber - no fiberglass, no foam, no filler - an all carbon fiber matrix combined with top quality hybrid epoxies. Carbon fiber is one of the strongest building materials available. When properly engineered, carbon fiber can achieve the strength and stiffness of a metal part, as demonstrated by its wide range of industrial and aerospace uses.
Warp Drive Propeller Blade Types
All propellers and blade types are available with Stainless Steel Leading Edge protection as an option at additional cost.
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Per the supplier: 2500 FIG.
Per the supplier: Approx. 7-8 lbs. Regarding Part # 05-31920
The mounting hardware that we sell includes the six 8mm mounting bolts, washers and nylocks for the set. They are available in lengths of 75mm and 90mm depending on what style of hub is being mounted to the engine. Yes, this is the mounting hardware for the Rotax engine.