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I wonder what aircraft are being targeted for this new engine.  

 

New relaxed part 23 certified aircraft?

 

Light sport amphibians?  

 

Four seat experimentals?

 

Edit:  Specifically in the US market I'm wondering.

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The video says it's targeting the O320 market.  And it will be in a certified form.

 

What aircraft use the O320? You can tell I don't pay attention to legacy aircraft.  :)

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The video says it's targeting the O320 market.  And it will be in a certified form.

 

What aircraft use the O320? You can tell I don't pay attention to legacy aircraft.  :)

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A lot of aircraft use o-320s. *A lot.* It's a staple engine.

And this seriously is making me consider getting an STC for our warrior come time to replace the engine.

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My Grumman Traveler had one. O-320, that is. I think my second Citabria did as well.

 

I wonder what 35 extra hp would do for my Sky Arrow?

 

100 kt+ TAS? One can only dream!

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I wonder what aircraft are being targeted for this new engine.  

 

New relaxed part 23 certified aircraft?

 

Light sport amphibians?  

 

 

 

Four seat experimentals?

 

Edit:  Specifically in the US market I'm wondering.

I could use one for my Long ez project!

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