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Old 08-08-2017, 09:48 AM
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I have not ever seen this, and I am only familiar with props that have be re-pitched in the field by shops (and in that case what I said seems to be true).
If the result is different when done at the factory, that would definitely be the best way to go.
Yes... it would seem to be worth the extra shipping costs...
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Old 08-08-2017, 10:09 AM
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I have the Sensenich prop for the O360, and it has a redline of 2700rpm per my paperwork. I could not find that restriction online though.

I was also told by a couple of shops that the 72FM hub is very thick and can't be easily adjusted without a press. Most certified props have a much thinner hub thickness and are easier to twist. I decided I would only trust the factory to adjust mine.

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