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garyg

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150 hp. Concial mount. Disassembled. Taken apart due to prop strike. 148 hrs since upper end overhaul (cylinders, mags, oil pump).

Crank, Cam, Lifters yellow tagged. Crank converted to fixed prop, bushings, plug cad plating, gear AD, polished, straightened.

Crankcase yellow tag with Christiansen invert mod. Case repair for minor fretting.

Ready to go back together.

Pitts exhaust (290/320)
SS EXH STACKS # 33202/33203 + 33204. New (the straight pipes arestill in the bag) (945 new)

B&C SD-8 alternator/reg. new (628 new)

ACS Primer pump (05-19920) new

Back up electric fuel pump - new (Facet 40108)

7100.00


Originally meant for a Pitts S1-D project that I am also selling separately.

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narrow deck. with log books. O-320-A off of a PA-23. Chrome Cylinders.

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It is a narrow deck engine off of an Apache. The prop strike was very minor but the components were overhauled for piece of mind since it was going to be used in a stressful environment.

Looks like Gary beat me to it.
 
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Throw in a brand new PMA Skytech 122-12LS starter with pedigree papers for the same low price of 7100.00 (380.00 list price at ACS).

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