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EAA BIPLANE FOR SALE

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EAA Biplane 394 TT, 25 hours since November 2020 overhaul on 150 HP O-320. Complete airframe restoration 2006 with new fabric. Light weight starter, Stainless exhaust, Hooker Harness, Cleveland wheels and brakes, Scott tail wheel, Nice Sensenich metal prop, recent battery. Just starting a Skybolt project, and need the hanger space.
Flies nice, located Shelbyville, TN. 931-607-9489
$18,000
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Does it have inverted systems? What model O-320?
The engine model number is just O-320. At overhaul, the late model rods were incorporated, along with new bolts and nuts. Also the late model lifter bodies and hydraulic assemblies, and new oil pump and housing.

it has an air/oil separator, but not a full inverted system.
 

EAABipe40FF

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My EAA Bipe was lighter like 760# or so but easily met stall speed for LSA. I seem to recall mine had a 1050 gross but I might be recalling my S1C...? (Anyway,I haven't seen FAA guys at 2500' w/radar guns) YET

It's certainly a nice example.

Jack
 

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