Conical type mounts are used on the Lycoming O-235-C series of engines and several different models of Lycoming O-320-A, B, and C series.
Always be certain to ask many questions before putting any money on the table!
Everyone is always looking for more horsepower and lower fuel consumption.
The Lycoming EIS is a drop-in replacement for magnetos.
"We we will be able to increase our inventory and provide competitive pricing on the full line of Lycoming engines and parts."
An extensive list of newly approved turbo-charged Lycoming engine series round out a lengthy Approved Model List for Electroair's EIS-61000-5M Electronic Ignition Kit.
Q: Paul, I fly my single engine Comanche two to three times a month during our cold winter months here in Wisconsin. During EAA chapter meetings and fly-outs, we debate what is the best engine oil to use? The most common answers are 15-50 multi viscosity oil or a straight weight like 80 or 100. […]
Q: May I ask a question regarding our engine in a Cessna 152? When we shut down from flight, there’s a foam or steam inside the engine and it will come out at the breather like water. What is the cause of this and what is the remedy? Also, what is the hottest cylinder in […]
Q: I read some of the material you have posted and was very impressed. I have a question about finding rust in the barrels of the cylinders. Here is the situation: A customer is looking to buy a Piper Lance II. It was asked that we do an annual instead of a pre-buy inspection. The engine […]