MT-Propeller - The Winner's Propeller

Feb, 2016
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Rockwell Commander 112, 112B


  • Rockwell Commander 114 with 3-blade MTV-9
  • Rockwell Commander 112 with 3-blade MTV-12

STC - Data


  • Type of Aircraft: Commander Models 112, 112B
    112, 112B with “Turbonormalizer” per
    FAA STC SA5202NM

  • EASA: 10054491 (issued August 20, 2015)
  • FAA STC: SA03658NY (issued February 1, 2016)

  • Applicable Aircraft: Rockwell Commander Models 112, 112B
  • Engines: Lycoming Engines IO-360-C1D6 or IO-360-C1D6
    with approved “Turbonormalizer”
  • Propeller: MTV-12-B/188-59f

Advantages:
(Performance data are based on MTOW, ISA)

  • Best vibration damping characteristics for almost
    vibration free propeller operations!
  • No engine modifications!
  • Ground roll & takeoff distance over 50 ft obstacle
    is reduced by approx. 90 m (295 ft)!
  • Climb performance slightly improved!
  • Very smooth cruising - no speed penalty!
  • Approx. 13 kg (29 lbs) less weight than the original
    3-blade metal propeller!
  • Unlimited blade life!
  • More ground clearance for less FODs!
  • FOD repairable blades!
  • Significant inside and outside noise reductions!

more information about the STC (.pdf )