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Old 08-11-2017, 05:19 PM
jbell jbell is offline
 
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Default FS: Lycoming IO-360

Lycoming IO360-D1A for Sale! The D1A is the same as the A1A except it has Dynamical mounts, Bendix 1200 series Mags and a rear mounted injector. 1528.3 Hours. Was removed from Schweitzer helicopter, runs great with no issues and good compression. Engine was replaced with new engine that came with heli when we purchased it. Stored in a dry heated shop, desiccant plugs in all cylinders. With complete Canadian logs. $9,500USD offers considered.

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Old 08-11-2017, 06:01 PM
turbosaaber turbosaaber is offline
 
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Question perhaps not exactly the same

Jeff,
Your engine is quite a bit different. HIO-360 D1A was used in the helicopters, it has a different camshaft that allows it to make its power differently 3100 rpm I think, it also has 10-1 pistons and has narrow crank pins. The mounts are conical not dynafocal.

Just wanted to help you represent your engine.

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Old 08-11-2017, 06:02 PM
turbosaaber turbosaaber is offline
 
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Default oh yea

and I think the servo is different.
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