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Experimental Lycoming O-360-A1A

CraigB77

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elling a 0 time overhauled Un run Lycoming O 360 A1A removed from my now sold Pitts special project.
Built as a performance aerobatic engine

overhauled following prop strike at 106hrs

New components:
Superior Solid flange crank- not included in recent AD Aero performance 10-1 coated high compression pistons
Wade’s performance cam
Ported cylinders
Slick mags
New Bearings, followers etc....
Starter and alternator

Fuel injection system required to convert to IO
Estimated 230hp

$31 000AUD
Price FIRM

Can ship internationally at extra cost
Contact for details
 

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CraigB77

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Hi buddy, yeah we bought a just Highlander. Something for myself and the wifey to enjoy together. Also buying property so unfortunately she’s moved onto another good home and is in great hands. I did get a Pitts M12 wing kit and plan set, long burner project
 

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Ddagasso

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Best of luck....
my slow burn project is a Bearhawk but my wife is starting to complain that my Pitts does not have a second seat.....she admits she misses travelling around western canada and the Pacific Northwest with me

happy wife Happy life

I am keeping the Pitts but might look for something else flying before the Bearhawk is done

make sure you keep us updated on the m12

cheers
 

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