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Lycoming IO-360 C1B Exp.

MartinBo

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Hi Biplaner...


I already posted that I bought a Pitts project a few weeks ago.
With this project came a Lycoming IO-360 C1B (200hp).


I was offered an AEIO-360 B4A which I would like to take for my Pitts.
And now I have to sale the C1B.


Unfortunately the engine comes without documentation so it is for experimental use only.


The cylinders have 250h SMOH and the crank case is brand new.
The old case has a crack (old case can be seen and taken also)
All accessories are included.


I want to have 12900€ (Euros) for the engine plus 1/2 shipping costs.
Rebuild with the new case was done in 2010.


Martin
 

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Hmmm, seems to be too much for a non-certified engine. Please make an offer

Martin
 

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Is there any documentation of rebuild on the components? In the U.S.A. there could be "yellow tags" provided by the company that overhauled cyl, crank, cam and so forth. Even a non certified engine should have an engine log.
 

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The overhaul has been done by the engine spezialist from Grob Aircraft. I have the protocol for the single parts of the engine plus the log for the hours, a copy of the registration of the aircraft and the Extended Engine warranty from ScanAviation.

Martin
 

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