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jetnut

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Guys:


Sorry it's been a while since my last post. Been making small parts etc, thinking about engines.


Is a Lycoming IO-470-D engine a good choice? I think it has a different mount than the dynafocal. Is that true?


Would this be to difficult to tackle and should I stick with either the IO-360 or IO-540?


Would appreciate anyone's thoughts


Steve
 

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