It depends on your definition of "warp." Of course, there is some blade flex under loading but in general, no, Warp Drive propellers are some of, if not, the stiffest composite propellers on the market.
What is the turnaround time for propeller repairs?
Average repair times vary depending on the extent of the damage and if the inlaid nickel leading-edge is damaged.
The average turn-around time is 30 working days (6 weeks) but is subject to change.
We do our best to assist quickly in AOG situations. Please contact us if you need a quicker turnaround.
Where are Warp Drive propellers manufactured?
Warp Drive propellers are proudly made in the United States in Ventura, Iowa.
You can find all of our contact information HERE.
If I only damaged one of my propeller blades, do I need to send them all in for repair?
Yes. Please ship each blade and the hub components so that they can be inspected, repaired, refinished, cleaned, and balanced as a complete set after the repair is done. If you have any questions please contact us HERE.
What can I download from your website?
You can find any of our instruction pages that will cover your propeller in the Downloads section by clicking HERE.
If you cannot find what you need or have any additional questions, please feel free to contact us.
How do I use a protractor to set the propeller blade pitch?
Go to the Downloads section by clicking HERE and download the Warp Drive Protractor Instructions. Please contact us if you require more assistance.
Is this the factory website?
Yes. There are many knowledgeable dealers with their own websites selling Warp Drive products, but this is the factory website.
When you use the contact information listed HERE you will be communicating directly with us.
How can I pay for my order?
At Warp Drive Inc. we offer five convenient ways to pay for your order: wire transfers, Zelle payments,
ACH transfers, check and credit card.
To learn more about our payment options click HERE.