Yes, all props are static balanced before shipment to customer.
Prop slip is the difference between actual and theoretical travel in one full revolution of the propeller.
The speed you would travel if your prop was 100% efficient.
No, present day aluminum props are not designed to handle the loads that stainless props can.
No, currently we only provide modifications to stainless steel props.
Cavitation is the formation of vapour cavities in a liquid. ("Bubbles" or "voids")
Check your owner's manual or manufacturer's specifications chart. This is not required information to get the modification. This is only required information to calculate your slip percentage.
Most props will have a two digit number on the hub: some have a "P" after the number. This is not required information to get the modification. This is only require information to calculate your slip percentage.