You May Also Likeback to top
detailsback to top
Product DescriptionFour-blade Comprops are used as original equipment by many boat manufacturers such as Regal, Wellcraft, and Four Winns. Comprops run fast and smooth, while providing excellent cornering characteristics. You'll also find outstanding acceleration and quick on-plane times with these new props. Comprops are made of a high-tech composite that resists leading edge dings common to aluminum propellers. If you have a high speed prop strike, the Comprop blades are designed to break and absorb much of the shock, reducing costly drive train repairs. (It costs much less to replace a Comprop than a lower unit.) At prices up to 40% lower than aluminum props and up to 80% less than stainless steel, Comprop simply can't be beat for low cost and high performance. Boats and applications vary widely. When replacing a propeller use one of similar size and pitch to achieve similar performance. IMPORTANT NOTICE: If application is more than 225 shaft hp or boat is more than 21' long or 3,000 lbs. in weight, then a Comprop is recommended at reduced power only. Mercury & Mariner: Engine Model: '78 thru: 135-150-175-200-225 hp. '91 thru: XRi150-175 hp. 15 tooth, 4.5" hub
q & aback to top
Do you have questions about this product? 4 easy ways to get the answers you need:
• Live Help - Real time help for basic questions. click here
• Customer Service - Use our online contact center to contact customer service and receive a response usually within 24 hours.
• Product Expert - Use our online contact center to contact our Product Experts to receive a response usually within 48 hours.
• Answer Box - Get answers from real customers by clicking "Ask a Question" below.
get answers from real customers and in-house experts with AnswerBox.
1 Question | 2 Answers
Displaying question 1
Q:will this be the right prop for my mercruiser 3.0Asked on 6/8/2009 by dairic from ridgecrest, ca
A:Unfortunately we are unable to tell you this prop will work for your Mercruiser 3.0 without having some very important questions answered first. We are going to need to know the diameter and pitch of your existing propeller as well as your RPM's at Wide Open Throttle. If you would like to speak with someone about choosing the correct propeller please give us a call here at Overton's at 1-888-OVERTON and any of our Technical Product Specialist will be glad to assist you.Answered on 6/16/2009 by Brooks, Marine Buyer from Overtons
I have used both the 13.6 x 20 and this 13.7 x 18 on my 17' Maxum with 3.0 Mercruiser and they both run great. The 13.7 x 18 gets out of the hole much faster if you don't mind loosing some top end speed. (great for pulling ski or boarders) (Watch your RPM's at top end) The 13.6 x 20 runs just like the factory 3 blade but I think smoother and handles a litter better. You do have to be careful around rocks & stumps. Pros. The prop will shred (break away) if you hit rocks or stumps or anything hard. This will save your lower end & motor. Cons. The prop will shred (break away) if you hit rocks or stumps or anything hard. Then you have to by a new prop. I have done it twice in 2 years. It's still worth it.
PhilAnswered on 7/9/2010 by Phil (Jack on th ROCKS) from Mahopac, NY
Displaying question 1