n360df Posted May 21, 2007 Share Posted May 21, 2007 Lycoming TO360 Updraft cooling system (TO360C1A6D) TT SMOH 75hrs. I have a excelent engine for sale, and I understad that this engine most be a very good options for a canard project. With the turbo boost you should be able to go all the way to the top. Why do I sell this engine? The engine is currently installed in my Lancair, I bought the a/c in october last year (2006) and had no clue. But I learned pretty fast that updraft cooling system i totally wrong for Lancair To convert the engine is a big cost, as well get a custom made nice looking cowling for mye a/c. I figured out that I want to try selling the engine and instead go for something else. The engine was overhauled by Performance Aero Engines now named Performance Engines, and went through a full blue printed overhaul: http://www.performanceengines.com/engines.html So with this blueprint overhaul and the good reputation for Performance Engines, you now have possibilities to get a realy power boost from behind. The engine is painted blue and is looking realy good, actually I don't want sell it! But the fact and common sense must come first, it's properly easier to get another engine when modify the hole plane to get it smooth?? The builder I bought the plane from told me that he in the last split second ordered wrong, but thought he could manage to get this looking good. But the fact is, it's not possible due to the much bigger and higher cowling needed. The cost for the engine was more when 30 grand. At the moment Im not sure which parts will go with the engine, it's something that has to be discussed direct with a buyer. Im talking about starters, ingnition etc. -Full history of engine. -Came from a Commander 112TC. -Located in Florida. Please contact me at roger(change this text with the funny a)iverin.com http://www.ohcrap.com/pictures/N360DF/EnginePics/SmallerSize/index.html Best regards Roger Iverin Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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