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O-360-a4a 180 hp

acroeric

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O-360-A4A, dynafocal mount, wide deck parallel valve 180HP engine, just 650 hours since factory new, never overhauled, currently flying this engine in my Pitts. Bendix mags, PS5C Pressure Carburetor, all compressions are 76+/ 80 with no measurable oil consumption. Only selling because I have a new high performance engine being built by Sky Dynamics that will be ready soon.

Can be seen/ flown on my Pitts. Thought I would offer it here first.

$9500
 

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Solid crank prop flange? What year is the engine? AD on the crank?
 

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Solid crank shaft but with lightning holes in the flange. Manufactured in 1970. Non AD crank.
 

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I've decided to keep this engine as a spare and not sell it- good engines are scarce when you need one. If I have one I'll surely never need it ;-)
 

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