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A friend installed an LED one in his 195. Might be a thought?

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Hi all, we got some communication from Hercules Propellers in the U. K. today on the certification of hteir props for our birds. Here's the relevant info from Rupert, their manager/owner...

The Certification plan is making good progress. I know you have heard that before but I have attached the certification plan. A few months ago we employed a new guy to look after all of our certification work because I am not even close to keeping up with it all these days and I must admit it is not my strong point. I’m more of a designer and manufacturer.

Our new guy Mike has recently retired from Dowty propellers in the UK where he was the chief engineer. Dowty the company who manufacture the Lockheed C130 props. Mike has enormous technical and certification knowledge specific to propellers and can write this stuff with relative ease. He has been putting a lot of his energy into certification work for our overhaul department recently but the type cert for the FAA has reached the top of his pile. I had most of it written and sent to the UK CAA but he didn’t like my work and preferred to start again doing things his way!

It’s work in progress but I ave attached our certification plan. We are keeping it simple and aiming to approve just the 150 and 165 hp Stinson 108 and 65 and 90 hp Cub. As you can see it’s a lot of work.
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Stinson Trader

This is a L-13 with a radial engine. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stinson_L-13

Consolidate Vultee L-13 with a radial engine conversion. I had one.

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