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Thaddeus

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Aeromomentum Engines
« on: Oct 14, 2017 »
www.aeromomentum.com/am10.html

These look interesting. Water cooled Suzuki, new, starting around $7k for 75 hp and 140 lbs. Low fuel consumption. TBO = 1200.

They don’t list any Sonerai installations to date.  Anyone have experience with this?
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Re: Aeromomentum Engines
« Reply #1 on: Oct 14, 2017 »
Not me. The shape - tall and narrow - would be a tough fit for a Sonerai. Anyone using this engine should figure on making his own cowl or significantly modifying the standard one.

Ed
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