BEECH/LYCOMING QUEEN AIR ENGINES, LYCOMING TGSO 480 A1, ENGINES INSTALLED ON: Queen, Twin Bonanza, Navion, older twin Commander FOR QUEEN AIR, From the Queen Air (A-65)
BEECH/LYCOMING QUEEN AIR ENGINES
|Model||QUEEN AIR ENGINES|
|Engine S.M.O.H.||507 Hrs and 1601 Hrs.|
LYCOMING TGSO 480 A1
Data from FAA Type Certificate.
Type: Six-cylinder air-cooled geared supercharged horizontally opposed engine
Bore: 5.125 in (130 mm)
Stroke: 3.875 in (98 mm)
Displacement: 479.6 in³ (7.86 l)
Dry weight: 498 lb dry
Valvetrain: Two overhead valves per cylinder
Supercharger: 11.27:1 ratio, providing 48" Hg (1.6 atm / 8.8 psi) manifold pressure at sea level at maximum power
Fuel type: 100 octane rating gasoline
Cooling system: Air-cooled
Reduction gear: 77:120 (.642:1)
Power output: 340 hp at 3,400 rpm at sea level
Compression ratio: 7.3:1
ENGINES INSTALLED ON: Queen, Twin Bonanza, Navion, older twin Commander
FOR QUEEN AIR 2 writing tables and a pot-a-potty
complete engine cowling for the Queen
From the Queen Air (A-65)
Engine #1 has 507 hours on it but has been refurbished, pickled, and as you can see on shipping engine stands. It does have the logs.
Engine #2 has 1601 hours (TBO is 1400), but came off the Queen in working condition and has all logs also. Just need to be overhauled. Has a good case, crank, cam, and blower.
Queen, Twin Bonanza, Navion, older twin Commander.
2 writing tables and a pot-a-potty
The work on the good engine was done by Brant Aero in 04, they did 2 engines, and one was put on the queen to replace the high time engine.
There are only the Supercharger and gear box on the engines.
Also I have a complete engine cowling for the Queen, painted white in and out with no damage. It can be used on Port or Starboard
|Comments||OPEN TO SERIOUS OFFERS/"RARE FIND"|