Ground adjustable prop?

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ScottyB
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Ground adjustable prop?

Postby ScottyB » Thu Jun 07, 2018 1:38 pm

IVO sells Prop that is in flight adjustable;
Could that prop be used in a light sport plane if the adjustment switch was located in the engine compartment. Not accessible to the pilot in flight?
Could be used a static adjustment...

comperini
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Re: Ground adjustable prop?

Postby comperini » Thu Jun 07, 2018 2:27 pm

We've had planes receive their E-LSA airworthiness by doing just that. The rules only state that it be ground adjustable... doesn't need to be a "manual" adjustment.. the electric one is fine, as long as you can only adjust it while on the ground
- Bob
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