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ACRO E-mail Archive Thread: [Acro] Fwd: MT Propellers


Thread: [Acro] Fwd: MT Propellers

Message: [Acro] Fwd: MT Propellers

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From: jeffery at

Date: Thu, 25 Apr 2002 15:41:16 UTC


  From my recent search for info on the new MT three bladed prop (203cm thick 
chord model, MTV-9-B-C/C203-46), I received the following info from Richard 
Goode.  I thought this might be useful to share with the list.

Jeffery Poehlmann


Forwarded Message:
> To: <jeffery at>
> From: "Richard Goode" <richard.goode at>
> Subject: MT Propellers
> Date: Thu, 25 Apr 2002 12:06:02 +0100
> -----
> Dear Jeffery
> MT Propellers
> Thanks for your e-mail - in reply:
>   a.. TBO is six years or 1,500-hours whichever comes first. 
>   b.. I mention in passing that if the aircraft are used for "unlimited
> level aerobatics" then these lifetimes are reduced by one third. Clearly
> this is not the case in an S2-B - and I only say this in case you hear
> this lower figure from anyone, and this is the explanation. 
>   c.. There are no repetitive ADs/SBs on these props. 
>   d.. Again in case you hear about it, there was an AD on the
> lagg-screws on the MTV-9, but all current props have this attended to. 
>   e.. An overhaul cost, based on European prices is approximately
> US$1,400. I imagine it would be pretty similar in the US.
> Best regards
> Richard
> Richard Goode Aerobatics
> Newport House
> Almeley
> Herefordshire
> HR3 6LL
> Tel: +44 (0) 1544 322200
> Fax:+44 (0) 1544 322208


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