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    Default Catto 80X50

    This is a fantastic prop.

    Does anyone have any insight on how to clean and protect the nickel leading edge from corrosion?

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    Default Re: Catto 80X50

    Quote Originally Posted by carlconti View Post
    This is a fantastic prop.

    Does anyone have any insight on how to clean and protect the nickel leading edge from corrosion?
    Hi Carl,
    Are you using one now???

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    Default Re: Catto 80X50

    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph206 View Post
    Hi Carl,
    Are you using one now???
    Yes. It gives nothing up in cruise and is incredible for takeoff.

    Carl

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    Default Re: Catto 80X50

    Quote Originally Posted by carlconti View Post
    Yes. It gives nothing up in cruise and is incredible for takeoff.

    Carl
    Hi Carl,
    Would you mind if I called you.
    my e-mail is
    Joe@libertyironworks.com
    please e-mail me you number.

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    Default Re: Catto 80X50

    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph206 View Post
    Hi Carl,
    Would you mind if I called you.
    my e-mail is
    Joe@libertyironworks.com
    please e-mail me you number.
    Hi Joseph,

    Call anytime.

    Carl

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    Default Re: Catto 80X50

    Please be advised that as of this date the Catto 80x50 prop has not been approved by CC. The most recent vibration survey performed by Catto has not been submitted to our engineering department yet for approval. Not sure what version any of you might be running but earlier versions were later tested and found to have a nasty resonance node between 2600 and 2700 rpm.
    Randy Lervold

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