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Lycoming 0-320-e2d 12 year old

spoeky

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Hello,

Can some tell me more about engines like above, which are more then 12 years old and have no much hours (430 in this case).
In the netherlands those engine will not be proven anymore after 12 years, because of corrosion problems. See also Instruction 1009 of Lycoming.

What are your experiences and solutions?
And what are the cost for a new one or rebuild type normaly?

greetings Bob

 

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