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Old 02-05-2019, 05:24 PM
scottishflyer scottishflyer is offline
 
Join Date: Feb 2019
Location: Spartanburg, SC
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Default FS: 2013 VANS RV-12

Constructed by a retired United Airlines Captain. The Builder and 2nd (current) owner are friends and neighbors.

225-TTAE
Fresh Conditional Inspection with Sale
Complete Logs
Hangared at N26 in NC

ENGINE:
Upgraded VIKING Liquid Cooled, Fuel-Injected, 110-HP Engine Which Includes:

 Flywheel Replacement
 ECU (Processor) Software Update
 Spider Drive for Gearbox
 Idle Pulley for Alternator

PROP:
Sensenich 2-Blade Ground Adjustable Composite Prop

AVIONICS:
Dynon SkyView EFIS Featuring GPS, 2-Axis Autopilot, Transponder & Engine Monitoring. Electric Trim, 406-ELT, Intercom, Garmin SL40 Com

EQUIPMENT:
Wheel Pants, LED Pulse Lights, Auto Gas or 100LL, Build Manuals (Included),

Excellent Paint & Interior.

1320 lbs GW, 760 lbs EW, 560 lbs Payload, 20 Gallons Fuel.

Asking $66,000 USD. Contact Bob Crosby at 704-905-4931 or bob@flyawayaircraft.com.

Engine Info: www.vikingaircraftengines.com

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Old 02-05-2019, 07:28 PM
N456TS N456TS is offline
 
Join Date: Aug 2017
Location: NC
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Hi. I'm looking at the photos posted on your web site. Are the photos of the engine during the build, or is that as-is today? I ask because I notice no fire sleeves on the fuel hoses (nor any others) and the oil line from the gear box is missing a clamp.

Does it have the Dynon 2020 GPS and is it ADS-B out compliant?
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Old 02-06-2019, 05:28 PM
12vaitor 12vaitor is offline
 
Join Date: Aug 2012
Location: Panama City, FL
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Nice looking airplane, should be a good deal if everything checks out.

In the photos, it appears the engine is in the process of the flywheel and drive spider upgrade as the GB bolts are not tightened and the "damper" is still taped together. I also noted the worm drive clamp on the left side radiator outlet hose and the rubber hose vs silicone hose everywhere else. The fuel side also has worm drive clamps on the 40 psi fuel hoses and the brake fluid reservoir is not mounted on the firewall. If the plane is flying, I am sure all that would be corrected.

The engine information link is for the Viking 130, the Viking 110 uses the typical 40 psi fuel injection not GDI as described. The 110 GB also uses two gears, not three (left turning prop). I am a bit surprised at the 760 lb empty weight, that is 20-30 lbs lighter than most Viking RV-12 numbers I have seen. Mine came in at a rather fat 830 lbs.

John Salak
RV-12 N896HS
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Old 02-07-2019, 02:30 PM
E28POWER E28POWER is offline
 
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Location: Hillsboro, OR
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What are the cruise speed and fuel burn numbers?
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