if your prop is adjusted for climb vs cruise, what would be the effect on cht....or the opposite meaning cruise vs climb, thanks

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With my UL350 pitch for climb means more rpm. More rpm, more heat. Reduce rpm for less heat, you have less power. It ends up being a trade-off. There are other folks on this forum who know how to best advise you on setting pitch. I just played around with mine until I found a compromise I could live with and flew.


Thanks Ralph, I do have higher rpm on my takeoff roll and climb out, I have 3025 rpm on roll when I should have 2800 rpm. I want to adjust, But I was wondering how it would affect my temps


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