Installing a Lycoming type Engine

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Daryl Rhodes Flies his New Bearhawk LSA N367G

Source: 2019 Q4 Beartracks

Building a homebuilt airplane is always a large achievement. Daryl built his new LSA in 2.5 years, without a kit! Well, it really took two years of construction, but it took a little while to get all of the paperwork and such done. He used the Stewart covering process, and a “little bit modified” Continental C-90. Empty weight came to

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Exhaust Systems

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