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Old 04-06-2017, 04:42 PM
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Spoke to the chaps at Superior and they are offering 382 and 400 motors with front governors to fit the RV14.

The 382 is parallel valve, the 400 is angle valve.

382 saves a bit of weight and put out around 195hp

We will decide next year.
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Old 04-06-2017, 04:56 PM
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Originally Posted by mturnerb View Post
The one on display at SnF has one Emag , and one Slick magneto mounted. They have a similar setup in their booth so I'm assuming factory mounted.
As I understand the Van's show special, your options are:
- Lycoming with two mags
- Lycoming with one mag and one pMag (the pMag comes with the pMag spark plug wires, auto plugs and auto plug adapters)
- Lycoming with one pMag and nothing on the other side

There is no option to get dual pMags. I'll get the one pMag and nothing on the other side and install the second pMag myself.

"I don't do mags"
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