Comprop Honda Outboard Propellers

Priced: $79.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Comprop Honda Outboard Propellers -
Comprop delivers four-blade performance for less than a three-blade aluminum prop! Used as original equipment by many top-quality boat builders. Why? Testing shows durable Comprop propellers accelerate quicker, run faster, corner better and are smoother on most boats than three-blade aluminum props yet cost 30% less! Made in a computer generated mold assuring each blade is exactly alike. This process – and the four-blade design – results in unmatched smoothness and overall performance that ordinary three-blade aluminum props can't match. During soft-bottom/low-speed operation, the composite material resisted dings, folds and blunting common to aluminum props. During a high-speed prop strike, the blades are designed to break, absorbing much of the shock and reducing the likelihood of costly drivetrain repairs. When replacing a prop, use one of similar size and pitch for similar performance. Mounting hardware not included. Made in USA.


  • Composite construction allows blades to break upon impact


  • Four-blades for improved acceleration, cornering and speed
  • Costs 30% less than aluminum
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Comprop Honda Outboard Propellers Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

good prop

I had good luck with this prop. I used it and saw better performance. I hit some rocks but it did not shatter. It did get nicked about the same as I would have expected from my aluminum prop. But if it had shattered then the truth is, that what they are advertised to do. Buying a new one of these is about the same price as getting the aluminum prop fixed.
spagester at Cabelas on 07/09/2012

Honda outboard comp prop

Prop fit perfect on my 50 HP Honda outboard, performance is great, no more cavitation.
Kainukahi at Cabelas on 06/05/2007

A lot of bang for the buck!

Cheaper than an aluminium prop with similar performance.
BostonBill at Cabelas on 06/05/2007

Negative Reviews:

Use a Comprop only as a spare

I've owned a Comprop for about 5-6 years. It was kept in a storage compartment in my Lund as a spare. After reading magazine reviews, I exchanged it for the original Solas to evaluate "four-blade" performance. It did, indeed improve overall performance. HOWEVER, a headway-speed only, motor raised hard bottom strike caused it to shatter and shed 3 of 4 blades.
Buy one for a spare, but don't count on durabilty unless you're always in deep water. Maybe it was the current age of the composite but since the chemical composition is not public, who knows? To "parrot" another eval, "it really was a Big BANG for your buck."
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MLFB at Cabelas on 06/09/2008