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Aug, 2016
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Vulcan Air P.68


  • Vulcan Air P.68 Observer with 3-blade MTV-12
  • Vulcan Air P.68 Observer with 3-blade MTV-12

STC - Data


  • Type of Aircraft: P.68( )

  • EASA: 10014445 Rev. 2 (issued July 28, 2016)
  • FAA: SA03420AT

  • Applicable Aircraft: Vulcanair P.68, P.68B, P.68C, P.68 Observer,
    P.68 Observer 2, P.68R
  • Engines: Lycoming IO-360-A1B, IO-360-A1B6
  • Propeller: MTV-12-B-C-F/CF183-59b or
    MTV-12-B-C-F/CF183-53 (wide chord)

  • Advantages:
  • Best vibration damping characteristics for
    almost vibration free propeller operation!
  • Bonded on stainless steel leading edge for
    best erosion protection of the blades!
  • Take-off distance over 50 ft remains unchanged
    with the CF183-59b blades!
  • Take-off distance shortened by 55 m
    with the wide chord CF183-53 blades!
  • Enhanced climb by approx. 3% (SL, ISA conditions, MTOW)
    increasing by altitude!
  • Enhanced cruising speeds by approx. 2 to 3 kts
    (ISA, FL160, 4550 lbs GW) with the CF183-59b blades
  • Plus 5 kts with the wide chord CF183-53 blades!
  • Approx. 12 lbs less total weight than the original propellers!
  • Unlimited blade life!
  • Significant inside and outside noise reductions!
  • ICAO Annex 16, Vol I, Part II, Chapter X EASA approved noise levels!
  • FOD repairable blades!
  • Some models equipped with the CF183-53 blades (wide chord)
    comply with the strict German noise regulations
    2010– „Landeplatz-Lärmschutz-Verordnung“
    for unrestricted airport operations in Germany
    and other European Countries in conjunction
    with the LIESE exhaust!

more information about the STC (.pdf 70k)