Q: I have been noticing an intermittent miss on the left mag during mag checks on the O-235L2C in my 1981 Cessna 152 (about 670 SMOH that included new Lycoming cylinders and pistons). About 30 hours ago when I cleaned, regapped, and rotated the plugs, I found that the lower plug on the #4 cylinder was filled with oil around the inner electrode and ceramic insulator. [Read more…]
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Smyrna Air Center has expanded its United States installation center network for the Power 90 engine conversion program to Mather Aviation in Rancho Cordova, Calif.
Continental Motors, Inc. will provide a free D’Shannon Aviation baffle kit with the purchase of a factory engine upgrade for all Baron and Bonanza owners. The offer expires Feb. 28.
Light Sport Group has introduced the Dr. Rotech engine electronics analyzer for Rotax 912 series engines. Dr. Rotech was designed to assist aircraft mechanics, pilots, and aircraft owners in troubleshooting the systems of the most popular line of Rotax engines.
Airforms Inc. has received FAA/PMA approval of new engine baffle designs for Cessna 401, 402 and 414 aircraft.