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A friend of mine bought an interest in my flying 750 Cruzer and part of that deal is to replace the engine with a different model.
The aircraft is currently flying but I expect soon to start the conversion. The first step will be to pull the engine and all of the related FWF components (including Whirlwind prop).
I purchased the engine professionally rebuilt by a guy that does this for a living and it now has 90 hours on it. The picture below lists all of the parts used in the rebuild (incl 4 brand new cylinders and a spin on oil adapter, and original 50 amp alternator)
I will sell the FWF parts separately if needed - but everything is set for another CH750.
This engine runs perfectly and I have enjoyed it thoroughly. The only reason it is being removed is the new co-owner wants a bigger engine with high tech stuff.
Am looking for $12,000 for the engine, (90 hrs on it)
I will price individual FWF parts as requested.
The Whirl Wind prop is 70", goes new for $2500 and I will sell for $2000.
Would the cowl and mount work for an O-235C1 (conical mount)?
I do not know.....! You would think those would be almost the same...but!
I bet there are people out there that know this stuff!
Hello Jon does the prop come with all hardware and spinner?. Lee Engel
No, they wanted a lot for their spinner, so I have been flying w/o one. All hardware for non-spinner operation included.