Aircraft Model(s): Lancair 360
Applicable Engines: IO-360-B 180 hp @ 2700 rpm, IO-360-A 200 hp @ 2700 rpm
|Propeller||180 HP HC-F2YR-1F/F7666A-4|
|Propeller||200 HP HC-F2YR-1F/F7666A-4|
|Propeller||180 HP HC-F2YR-1F/F7068-2 (68|
HC-F2YR-1F/F7666A-4 PROPELLER DESIGN HAS BEEN EXISTING DESIGN FOR 180 & 200 HP CONFIGURATION SINCE THE BEGINNING OF THE PROGRAM. THE HC-F2YR-1F/F7068-2 68″ PROP WAS DEVELOPED IN 1995 TO INCREASE CRUISE SPEED WHILE REDUCING DIAMETER. With original 72″ propeller, ground strike was a problem.
72″ & 68″ DIAMETER FOR 180 HP AIRCRAFT
72″ MINIMUM DIAMETER FOR 200 HP AIRCRAFT
6 YEAR 2400 HOUR TBO
BOTH PROPELLERS ARE 2-BLADE
The following restrictions apply to the Lancair 360:
For HC-F2YR-1F/F7666A-4 on IO-360-A 200 HP, “Avoid continuous operation between 2000-2350 RPM” on non-dampered engines. No restriction on dampered engines. For this propeller model on the IO-360-B 180 HP engine, “Avoid continuous operation between 2000-2250 RPM”. If engine has crankshaft dampers or Hartzell C1576 inertial damper, no RPM restrictions apply.
For HC-F2YR-1F/F7068-2 propeller on the 180 HP IO-360-B,E & F undampered engines, the following restrictions apply: 1. “Stabilized operation is prohibited above 25″ manifold pressure between 2300-2500 RPM”. 2. “Stabilized operation is prohibited below 15″ manifold pressure above 2600 RPM”. These restrictions are not significant during normal operations, but were a result of the testing envelope required in the vibration survey.
Name: Lancair Aircraft