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tstrohmayer 08-14-2007 03:25 PM

Next 4-Cyl Lycoming
What should our next 4-cylinder Lycoming Project be?
Piper Supercub
Beech Sierra
Van's RV
Piper Archer III
Piper Comanche (4-Cyl)

Please feel free to post other suggestions.

daroman 11-05-2007 08:49 AM

What about the late model arrows?
I have a 1979 PA28RT-201. I could definitely used the extra performance during the Florida summers. We non turbo Arrow IV drivers love our planes but engine mods are none to be found.

FlyingRed 11-25-2007 10:53 AM

Allow me to second the nomination of the Piper Arrow as your next 4-cylinder lycoming project! I also have a 1979 PA28RT-201 and would be extremely interested in any real performance upgrade!

tellicovillage 12-11-2007 12:31 AM

Next project?
LOts of 180 hp Maules out there that could use the boost and Maule planes are known for mods---but I cannot find one exhaust mod.
Made for many years
Still made today and next year!
180 Hp Lyc.
Room under the cowl

TDPilot 06-07-2008 10:10 PM

Why not a Husky or a Super Decathlon. Either of the aircraft could benefit from these, be it aerobatics or bush flying.

TDPilot 04-21-2010 11:05 PM

Re: Next 4-Cyl Lycoming
If you do go with the Archer will this also be compatible with the warrior? I could see a market where a pilot doesn't want to spend the extra $$$ on an Archer but would like better performance from a warrior.

If you do go with the Archer III will you also plan for the Archer II?

The way I see it, regardless of what you decide to design, if you build it, they will buy it. You guys truely have an awesome product. I have not been able to see first hand the difference but I would love to. If you could put me in contact with a piper owner that has both the Laminar & Powerflow mods I would be greatful.

Be safe up there

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