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Airwolf Lycoming Remote Oil Filter Kit, AFC-K007-A

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Hi folks,

Will be removing an Airwolf remote oil filter system next week and so it's all for sale (adapter, vernatherm plug, restrictor plate, hoses, firewall reinforcement plate, and firewall oil filter holder/fitting), oil temp sender not included.

This is an STC'd universal Lycoming kit, it fits all Lycoming engines that use the four bolt oil screen housing on the rear of the accessory case, except the IO-720. The hoses for these are custom made for each installation, my hoses will likely work fine if you're a homebuilder that isn't too far along yet with your engine installation or if you're going to be putting this onto an O-235-C1 equipped Citabria.

All in excellent condition. Can ship as soon as it's off my plane next week.

Pics as soon as I can get over to the airplane.

$350.00 shipped in the US with the hoses.

Thanks,
Bart
 

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Why are you taking it off? I've had two on different aircraft and found them very beneficial for a few reasons.
 

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The engine doesn't have an oil cooler so the vernatherm port is unused and the oil temp probe location isn't providing much in the way of an oil temp reading.

Like the simplicity of the B&C kit also.
 
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