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Paul Buckley
 

Just testin' my server, guys.
Paul


Re: Engine choices

raoborg@...
 

Hi Ernest, I just saw your old ad in qba and I was wondering if you still have the gascolator and the ignition switch.Thank you Raoul

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Sam,
Just got the newsletter with your nice looking new
cowling. Was
wondering what the narrow opening on the passenger side of the
lower cowling was for.
You got some new speed secret?
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Re: Engine choices

damiantwinsport@...
 

LOL. Why don't you tell him about the hidden NOS injectors?

Regards,
Damian Gregory N8427 Q200

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Sent: Mon, 5 Sep 2005 15:26:47 -0500
Subject: RE: [Q-LIST] Re: Engine choices


Landing light.



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Landing light.



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Re: Engine choices

DDD <log@...>
 

Has anyone used a continental 90 HP Darrell D

----- Original Message -----
From: "Joseph Snow" <1flashq@...>
To: <Q-LIST@...>
Sent: Sunday, September 04, 2005 2:31 PM
Subject: Re: [Q-LIST] Re: Engine choices


Steve,
I am installing a Corvair on my Q2. Since I am not flying as yet, I
am not "successfully using"....yet. Maybe Spring, '06.

Joseph Snow
----- Original Message -----
From: Steven Youschak
To: Q-LIST@...
Sent: Saturday, September 03, 2005 8:45 PM
Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: Engine choices


Is there anyone successfully using a Corvair conversion in a Q?

Steven Youschak

--- In Q-LIST@..., Mike Perry <dmperry1012@c...> wrote:
> Hi Mike -- Can you explain the O-200-A vs. -B ? I'm used to
thinking of
> O-200 as weighing +/- 220# ; Rackley lists the -A 30# under the -B.
Any
> comments?
>
> Mike Perry
>
> At 07:12 PM 9/2/2005 -0400, you wrote:
> >Try this web site.
>

<http://www.wanttaja.com/avlinks/engines.htm>http://www.wanttaja.com/avlink
s/engines.htm
> >Use Dirk Rackley's numbers cause the top one is wacked...
> >An 0-235 is 50 lbs heavier than an 0-200A. That's allot stuck out on
> >the nose. This forces you to put a big weight in the tail.
> >Mike.
> >
> >Engine Horsepower Weight
> > -----------------------------------
> > O-200-A 100 190
> > O-300-A 145 268
> > O-300-E 145 268
> > IO-346 165 297
> > IO-360-B 210 327
> > TSIO-360-A 210 334
> > O-235-C1B 115 240
> > O-290-D2C 140 263
> > O-320-A2B 150 272
> > O-320-A2C 150 271
> > O-320-B2C 160 277
> > O-320-D2A 160 277
> > O-320-E2A 160 277
> >
> >
> >
> >Mike Perry wrote:
> >
> > >I've been thinking about the Franklin and Jim's comments ". . .
the best
> > >engine for the Q200 is an 0200 continental. . . "
> > >
> > >Regarding the Franklin, the real question might be: how close of a
> > >substitute for the O-200 is it? And if no one has used it on a
Q-200, has
> > >anyone used it on a different homebuilt designed for the O-200?
Currently
> > >I can't find anything except the puff pieces on the web-site.
(but I'm not
> > >looking too hard -- a long ways to needing an engine!)
> > >
> > >Mike Perry
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >At 11:53 PM 8/31/2005 +0000, Jim Patillo wrote:
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >>Tom,
> > >>
> > >>Its been proven time and again that the best engine for the Q200
is
> > >>an 0200 continental. As I've said numerous times before when you
go
> > >>to airshow events, the Q200 with an 0200 is overwhelmingly
> > >>predominant. They are the ones that are giving rides! 0200's are
> > >>easy to work on, easy to get parts for in the middle of nowhere
and
> > >>easy to pump up. Ask just anybody that flys one and you'll get the
> > >>same answer********************* they work!
> > >>
> > >>Jim Patillo N46JP Q200 Technical Ground Advisor
> > >>
> > >>
> > >>In Q-LIST@..., Mike Perry wrote:
> > >>You could also consider the Franklin, "The Franklin / PZL
4A-235-B3
> > >>aircraft engine was developed to be a higher power replacement
for the
> > >>Continental A-65 through 0-200 engine line. . . ."
> > >>Website:
> > >>
> >

<<http://www.franklinengines.com/4a.cfm>http://www.franklinengines.com/4
> > a.cfm>
> > >>
> > >>Mike Perry
> > >>
> > >>
> > >>
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> >
>
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Re: Engine choices

Mike Perry <dmperry1012@...>
 

Tom Crurrie (FL) has a C-85 powered Tri-Q with a GU canard, 1300 hrs.
Tom Doyle (IL) has a C-85 powered Tri-Q with LS-1 canard, 900 hrs.
No C-90's listed.

If you go to the QBA website, resources, builders list; then click the
header for engine and the list sorts by engine type. It is NOT
alphabetical, you have to scroll around, it does let you what has been
built and is FLYING which is good info.

Mike Perry

At 08:27 AM 9/5/2005 -0700, you wrote:
Has anyone used a continental 90 HP Darrell D
----- Original Message -----
From: "Joseph Snow" <1flashq@...>
To: <Q-LIST@...>
Sent: Sunday, September 04, 2005 2:31 PM
Subject: Re: [Q-LIST] Re: Engine choices


Steve,
I am installing a Corvair on my Q2. Since I am not flying as yet, I
am not "successfully using"....yet. Maybe Spring, '06.

Joseph Snow
----- Original Message -----
From: Steven Youschak
To: Q-LIST@...
Sent: Saturday, September 03, 2005 8:45 PM
Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: Engine choices


Is there anyone successfully using a Corvair conversion in a Q?

Steven Youschak


Re: Engine choices

MartinErni@...
 

Sam,
Just got the newsletter with your nice looking new cowling. Was
wondering what the narrow opening on the passenger side of the lower cowling was for.
You got some new speed secret?
Earnest


Re: Engine Choices/rotary

Peter Harris <peterjfharris@...>
 

Dave I am running a Norton rotary in my Q2. 600cc develops 100HP at 7000rpm when the rotors turn at 2300rpm. Power is very smooth as the 4 stroke engine fires twice per rev.The engine plus radiator weighs 65KG = 143lb.
Peter

----- Original Message -----
From: whizkeyfox
To: Q-LIST@...
Sent: Monday, September 05, 2005 4:26 PM
Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: Engine Choices/rotary


This is just one of my stupid idea, but i have a thing for rotarys.
I'd love to see a quickie q1 or q2 flying with a small rotary engine.
Freedom-motors.com has full aluminum cased wankel engines that put
out 1:1 horsepower/weight ratio. Obviously, i'd need a PSRU and a few
radiators, but its something to think about. I may do it myself when
im out of college and raking in the cash.
Dave Robins 4V

--- In Q-LIST@..., "Joseph Snow" <1flashq@a...> wrote:
> Well, maybe I overstated this a bit. I rebuilt the Corvair engine
according to instructions from William Wynn's conversion manual. Here
is a link to his web site where you can order conversion parts, a
conversion manual, and, if you wish, a complete rebuilt engine.
> http://www.flycorvair.com/
>
> I would also reccommend the Corvaircraft web site which has useful
information and links to a variety of other sites which were also
helpful to me
> http://www.corvaircraft.com/
>
> Joseph
>
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Re: Engine Choices

Ron <rondefly@...>
 

Joe, I remember when I was going to install a Corvair in my Dragonfly and WW
was getting started on working on the conversions. One thing I didn't like
is the way they were drilling out the crankshaft, I thought the hole was to
big and did mine by drilling a smaller hole tapped and installed a threaded
stop bolt flush. Did that ever change?

The reason I bring this up is the crankshaft failures we have been hearing
about lately. Have the breaks been in that area that you know of? Maybe Pat
can shed some light on this for those interested in Corvair.

Ron T



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Joseph Snow
Sent: Sunday, September 04, 2005 9:50 PM
To: Q-LIST@...
Subject: [Q-LIST] Engine Choices



Well, maybe I overstated this a bit. I rebuilt the Corvair engine according
to instructions from William Wynn's conversion manual. Here is a link to
his web site where you can order conversion parts, a conversion manual, and,
if you wish, a complete rebuilt engine.
http://www.flycorvair.com/

I would also reccommend the Corvaircraft web site which has useful
information and links to a variety of other sites which were also helpful to
me
http://www.corvaircraft.com/

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Re: Engine Choices/rotary

whizkeyfox
 

This is just one of my stupid idea, but i have a thing for rotarys.
I'd love to see a quickie q1 or q2 flying with a small rotary engine.
Freedom-motors.com has full aluminum cased wankel engines that put
out 1:1 horsepower/weight ratio. Obviously, i'd need a PSRU and a few
radiators, but its something to think about. I may do it myself when
im out of college and raking in the cash.
Dave Robins 4V

--- In Q-LIST@..., "Joseph Snow" <1flashq@a...> wrote:
Well, maybe I overstated this a bit. I rebuilt the Corvair engine
according to instructions from William Wynn's conversion manual. Here
is a link to his web site where you can order conversion parts, a
conversion manual, and, if you wish, a complete rebuilt engine.
http://www.flycorvair.com/

I would also reccommend the Corvaircraft web site which has useful
information and links to a variety of other sites which were also
helpful to me
http://www.corvaircraft.com/

Joseph


Engine Choices

Joseph Snow <1flashq@...>
 

Well, maybe I overstated this a bit. I rebuilt the Corvair engine according to instructions from William Wynn's conversion manual. Here is a link to his web site where you can order conversion parts, a conversion manual, and, if you wish, a complete rebuilt engine.
http://www.flycorvair.com/

I would also reccommend the Corvaircraft web site which has useful information and links to a variety of other sites which were also helpful to me
http://www.corvaircraft.com/

Joseph


Re: Engine choices

Joseph Snow <1flashq@...>
 

I am proud to say, "I built it!"

Joseph

----- Original Message -----
From: Steven Youschak
To: Q-LIST@...
Sent: Sunday, September 04, 2005 6:26 PM
Subject: Re: [Q-LIST] Re: Engine choices


Joseph,

Thanks for the reply. I appreciate it.

Did you build your Corvair or buy it?

STEVEN

--- Joseph Snow <1flashq@...> wrote:

> Steve,
> I am installing a Corvair on my Q2. Since I am
> not flying as yet, I am not "successfully
> using"....yet. Maybe Spring, '06.
>
> Joseph Snow
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Steven Youschak
> To: Q-LIST@...
> Sent: Saturday, September 03, 2005 8:45 PM
> Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: Engine choices
>
>
> Is there anyone successfully using a Corvair
> conversion in a Q?
>
> Steven Youschak
>
> --- In Q-LIST@..., Mike Perry
> <dmperry1012@c...> wrote:
> > Hi Mike -- Can you explain the O-200-A vs. -B ?
> I'm used to
> thinking of
> > O-200 as weighing +/- 220# ; Rackley lists the
> -A 30# under the -B.
> Any
> > comments?
> >
> > Mike Perry
> >
> > At 07:12 PM 9/2/2005 -0400, you wrote:
> > >Try this web site.
> >
>
>
><http://www.wanttaja.com/avlinks/engines.htm>http://www.wanttaja.com/avlinks/engines.htm
> > >Use Dirk Rackley's numbers cause the top one is
> wacked...
> > >An 0-235 is 50 lbs heavier than an 0-200A.
> That's allot stuck out on
> > >the nose. This forces you to put a big weight
> in the tail.
> > >Mike.
> > >
> > >Engine Horsepower Weight
> > > -----------------------------------
> > > O-200-A 100 190
> > > O-300-A 145 268
> > > O-300-E 145 268
> > > IO-346 165 297
> > > IO-360-B 210 327
> > > TSIO-360-A 210 334
> > > O-235-C1B 115 240
> > > O-290-D2C 140 263
> > > O-320-A2B 150 272
> > > O-320-A2C 150 271
> > > O-320-B2C 160 277
> > > O-320-D2A 160 277
> > > O-320-E2A 160 277
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >Mike Perry wrote:
> > >
> > > >I've been thinking about the Franklin and
> Jim's comments ". . .
> the best
> > > >engine for the Q200 is an 0200 continental. .
> . "
> > > >
> > > >Regarding the Franklin, the real question
> might be: how close of a
> > > >substitute for the O-200 is it? And if no
> one has used it on a
> Q-200, has
> > > >anyone used it on a different homebuilt
> designed for the O-200?
> Currently
> > > >I can't find anything except the puff pieces
> on the web-site.
> (but I'm not
> > > >looking too hard -- a long ways to needing an
> engine!)
> > > >
> > > >Mike Perry
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >At 11:53 PM 8/31/2005 +0000, Jim Patillo
> wrote:
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >>Tom,
> > > >>
> > > >>Its been proven time and again that the best
> engine for the Q200 is
> > > >>an 0200 continental. As I've said numerous
> times before when you go
> > > >>to airshow events, the Q200 with an 0200 is
> overwhelmingly
> > > >>predominant. They are the ones that are
> giving rides! 0200's are
> > > >>easy to work on, easy to get parts for in
> the middle of nowhere and
> > > >>easy to pump up. Ask just anybody that flys
> one and you'll get the
> > > >>same answer********************* they work!
> > > >>
> > > >>Jim Patillo N46JP Q200 Technical Ground
> Advisor
> > > >>
> > > >>
> > > >>In Q-LIST@..., Mike Perry wrote:
> > > >>You could also consider the Franklin, "The
> Franklin / PZL 4A-235-B3
> > > >>aircraft engine was developed to be a higher
> power replacement
> for the
> > > >>Continental A-65 through 0-200 engine line.
> . . ."
> > > >>Website:
> > > >>
> > >
>
>
>><<http://www.franklinengines.com/4a.cfm>http://www.franklinengines.com/4
>
> > > a.cfm>
> > > >>
> > > >>Mike Perry
> > > >>
> > > >>
> > > >>
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > >
> >
> >
> >
> > [Non-text portions of this message have been
> removed]
>
>
>
>
>
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Re: Engine choices

Steven Youschak <syouschak@...>
 

Joseph,

Thanks for the reply. I appreciate it.

Did you build your Corvair or buy it?

STEVEN

--- Joseph Snow <1flashq@...> wrote:

Steve,
I am installing a Corvair on my Q2. Since I am
not flying as yet, I am not "successfully
using"....yet. Maybe Spring, '06.

Joseph Snow
----- Original Message -----
From: Steven Youschak
To: Q-LIST@...
Sent: Saturday, September 03, 2005 8:45 PM
Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: Engine choices


Is there anyone successfully using a Corvair
conversion in a Q?

Steven Youschak

--- In Q-LIST@..., Mike Perry
<dmperry1012@c...> wrote:
> Hi Mike -- Can you explain the O-200-A vs. -B ?
I'm used to
thinking of
> O-200 as weighing +/- 220# ; Rackley lists the
-A 30# under the -B.
Any
> comments?
>
> Mike Perry
>
> At 07:12 PM 9/2/2005 -0400, you wrote:
> >Try this web site.
>


<http://www.wanttaja.com/avlinks/engines.htm>http://www.wanttaja.com/avlinks/engines.htm
> >Use Dirk Rackley's numbers cause the top one is
wacked...
> >An 0-235 is 50 lbs heavier than an 0-200A.
That's allot stuck out on
> >the nose. This forces you to put a big weight
in the tail.
> >Mike.
> >
> >Engine Horsepower Weight
> > -----------------------------------
> > O-200-A 100 190
> > O-300-A 145 268
> > O-300-E 145 268
> > IO-346 165 297
> > IO-360-B 210 327
> > TSIO-360-A 210 334
> > O-235-C1B 115 240
> > O-290-D2C 140 263
> > O-320-A2B 150 272
> > O-320-A2C 150 271
> > O-320-B2C 160 277
> > O-320-D2A 160 277
> > O-320-E2A 160 277
> >
> >
> >
> >Mike Perry wrote:
> >
> > >I've been thinking about the Franklin and
Jim's comments ". . .
the best
> > >engine for the Q200 is an 0200 continental. .
. "
> > >
> > >Regarding the Franklin, the real question
might be: how close of a
> > >substitute for the O-200 is it? And if no
one has used it on a
Q-200, has
> > >anyone used it on a different homebuilt
designed for the O-200?
Currently
> > >I can't find anything except the puff pieces
on the web-site.
(but I'm not
> > >looking too hard -- a long ways to needing an
engine!)
> > >
> > >Mike Perry
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >At 11:53 PM 8/31/2005 +0000, Jim Patillo
wrote:
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >>Tom,
> > >>
> > >>Its been proven time and again that the best
engine for the Q200 is
> > >>an 0200 continental. As I've said numerous
times before when you go
> > >>to airshow events, the Q200 with an 0200 is
overwhelmingly
> > >>predominant. They are the ones that are
giving rides! 0200's are
> > >>easy to work on, easy to get parts for in
the middle of nowhere and
> > >>easy to pump up. Ask just anybody that flys
one and you'll get the
> > >>same answer********************* they work!
> > >>
> > >>Jim Patillo N46JP Q200 Technical Ground
Advisor
> > >>
> > >>
> > >>In Q-LIST@..., Mike Perry wrote:
> > >>You could also consider the Franklin, "The
Franklin / PZL 4A-235-B3
> > >>aircraft engine was developed to be a higher
power replacement
for the
> > >>Continental A-65 through 0-200 engine line.
. . ."
> > >>Website:
> > >>
> >


<<http://www.franklinengines.com/4a.cfm>http://www.franklinengines.com/4
> > a.cfm>
> > >>
> > >>Mike Perry
> > >>
> > >>
> > >>
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> >
>
>
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Re: Engine choices

Joseph Snow <1flashq@...>
 

Steve,
I am installing a Corvair on my Q2. Since I am not flying as yet, I am not "successfully using"....yet. Maybe Spring, '06.

Joseph Snow

----- Original Message -----
From: Steven Youschak
To: Q-LIST@...
Sent: Saturday, September 03, 2005 8:45 PM
Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: Engine choices


Is there anyone successfully using a Corvair conversion in a Q?

Steven Youschak

--- In Q-LIST@..., Mike Perry <dmperry1012@c...> wrote:
> Hi Mike -- Can you explain the O-200-A vs. -B ? I'm used to
thinking of
> O-200 as weighing +/- 220# ; Rackley lists the -A 30# under the -B.
Any
> comments?
>
> Mike Perry
>
> At 07:12 PM 9/2/2005 -0400, you wrote:
> >Try this web site.
>
><http://www.wanttaja.com/avlinks/engines.htm>http://www.wanttaja.com/avlinks/engines.htm
> >Use Dirk Rackley's numbers cause the top one is wacked...
> >An 0-235 is 50 lbs heavier than an 0-200A. That's allot stuck out on
> >the nose. This forces you to put a big weight in the tail.
> >Mike.
> >
> >Engine Horsepower Weight
> > -----------------------------------
> > O-200-A 100 190
> > O-300-A 145 268
> > O-300-E 145 268
> > IO-346 165 297
> > IO-360-B 210 327
> > TSIO-360-A 210 334
> > O-235-C1B 115 240
> > O-290-D2C 140 263
> > O-320-A2B 150 272
> > O-320-A2C 150 271
> > O-320-B2C 160 277
> > O-320-D2A 160 277
> > O-320-E2A 160 277
> >
> >
> >
> >Mike Perry wrote:
> >
> > >I've been thinking about the Franklin and Jim's comments ". . .
the best
> > >engine for the Q200 is an 0200 continental. . . "
> > >
> > >Regarding the Franklin, the real question might be: how close of a
> > >substitute for the O-200 is it? And if no one has used it on a
Q-200, has
> > >anyone used it on a different homebuilt designed for the O-200?
Currently
> > >I can't find anything except the puff pieces on the web-site.
(but I'm not
> > >looking too hard -- a long ways to needing an engine!)
> > >
> > >Mike Perry
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >At 11:53 PM 8/31/2005 +0000, Jim Patillo wrote:
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >>Tom,
> > >>
> > >>Its been proven time and again that the best engine for the Q200 is
> > >>an 0200 continental. As I've said numerous times before when you go
> > >>to airshow events, the Q200 with an 0200 is overwhelmingly
> > >>predominant. They are the ones that are giving rides! 0200's are
> > >>easy to work on, easy to get parts for in the middle of nowhere and
> > >>easy to pump up. Ask just anybody that flys one and you'll get the
> > >>same answer********************* they work!
> > >>
> > >>Jim Patillo N46JP Q200 Technical Ground Advisor
> > >>
> > >>
> > >>In Q-LIST@..., Mike Perry wrote:
> > >>You could also consider the Franklin, "The Franklin / PZL 4A-235-B3
> > >>aircraft engine was developed to be a higher power replacement
for the
> > >>Continental A-65 through 0-200 engine line. . . ."
> > >>Website:
> > >>
> >
>><<http://www.franklinengines.com/4a.cfm>http://www.franklinengines.com/4

> > a.cfm>
> > >>
> > >>Mike Perry
> > >>
> > >>
> > >>
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> >
>
>
>
>





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Re: Engine choices

Jim Patillo
 

Paul,

How many hours do you have on that engine? How easy is it ot get parts?

Jim P.
--- In Q-LIST@..., "Paul Spackman" <wypaul2001@y...> wrote:
The Jabiru 3300 weights in at 178 with the mags, carb, starter and
all
those other things Quickie pilots want on thier engines and burns 5.2
gph and you can get one new. I like mine.

Paul Spackman

P.S. That includes the muffler.

--- In Q-LIST@..., "Michael D. Callahan"
<micallahan@w...>
wrote:
190lbs on the O-200 is factory bare engine weight. Does not even
include
mags, spark plugs, oil or accessories, much less prop, oil or carb.
Somebody actually hung their entire engine right off the Q on a
scale
and I think it was around 245lbs. Mike C.


Intro from a new member

Steven Youschak <syouschak@...>
 

I recently joined the Quickie Group to learn more about the Q200. I
have been interested in this aircraft for quite some time and now find
myself in a position where I can either finish a partially completed
project or buy one in flying condition.

I live in Costa Mesa, California an wonder if anyone lives in my area
(or within a reasonable drive) who has a Q200? If so, I would love to
come by your hanger to look it over and possibly go for a ride. If
anyone can accomodate my request, I would appreciate it very much.

STEVEN


Re: Engine choices

Steven Youschak <syouschak@...>
 

Is there anyone successfully using a Corvair conversion in a Q?

Steven Youschak

--- In Q-LIST@..., Mike Perry <dmperry1012@c...> wrote:
Hi Mike -- Can you explain the O-200-A vs. -B ? I'm used to
thinking of
O-200 as weighing +/- 220# ; Rackley lists the -A 30# under the -B.
Any
comments?

Mike Perry

At 07:12 PM 9/2/2005 -0400, you wrote:
Try this web site.
<http://www.wanttaja.com/avlinks/engines.htm>http://www.wanttaja.com/avlinks/engines.htm
Use Dirk Rackley's numbers cause the top one is wacked...
An 0-235 is 50 lbs heavier than an 0-200A. That's allot stuck out on
the nose. This forces you to put a big weight in the tail.
Mike.

Engine Horsepower Weight
-----------------------------------
O-200-A 100 190
O-300-A 145 268
O-300-E 145 268
IO-346 165 297
IO-360-B 210 327
TSIO-360-A 210 334
O-235-C1B 115 240
O-290-D2C 140 263
O-320-A2B 150 272
O-320-A2C 150 271
O-320-B2C 160 277
O-320-D2A 160 277
O-320-E2A 160 277



Mike Perry wrote:

I've been thinking about the Franklin and Jim's comments ". . .
the best
engine for the Q200 is an 0200 continental. . . "

Regarding the Franklin, the real question might be: how close of a
substitute for the O-200 is it? And if no one has used it on a
Q-200, has
anyone used it on a different homebuilt designed for the O-200?
Currently
I can't find anything except the puff pieces on the web-site.
(but I'm not
looking too hard -- a long ways to needing an engine!)

Mike Perry



At 11:53 PM 8/31/2005 +0000, Jim Patillo wrote:




Tom,

Its been proven time and again that the best engine for the Q200 is
an 0200 continental. As I've said numerous times before when you go
to airshow events, the Q200 with an 0200 is overwhelmingly
predominant. They are the ones that are giving rides! 0200's are
easy to work on, easy to get parts for in the middle of nowhere and
easy to pump up. Ask just anybody that flys one and you'll get the
same answer********************* they work!

Jim Patillo N46JP Q200 Technical Ground Advisor


In Q-LIST@..., Mike Perry wrote:
You could also consider the Franklin, "The Franklin / PZL 4A-235-B3
aircraft engine was developed to be a higher power replacement
for the
Continental A-65 through 0-200 engine line. . . ."
Website:
<<http://www.franklinengines.com/4a.cfm>http://www.franklinengines.com/4
a.cfm>

Mike Perry







Re: Engine choices

Tom <tjf3019@...>
 

Paul,
What kind of cruise speed are you seeing with the Jab 3300?
What about a mount ? Custom made ? Thanks, Tom Finch






--- In Q-LIST@..., "Paul Spackman" <wypaul2001@y...>
wrote:
The Jabiru 3300 weights in at 178 with the mags, carb, starter and
all
those other things Quickie pilots want on thier engines and burns
5.2
gph and you can get one new. I like mine.

Paul Spackman

P.S. That includes the muffler.

--- In Q-LIST@..., "Michael D. Callahan"
<micallahan@w...>
wrote:
190lbs on the O-200 is factory bare engine weight. Does not even
include
mags, spark plugs, oil or accessories, much less prop, oil or
carb.
Somebody actually hung their entire engine right off the Q
on a
scale
and I think it was around 245lbs. Mike C.


Re: Engine choices

DDD <log@...>
 

I asked about the Franklin once and I was told it is to heavy. Darrell

----- Original Message -----
From: "Mike Perry" <dmperry1012@...>
To: <Q-LIST@...>
Sent: Wednesday, August 31, 2005 10:18 AM
Subject: Re: [Q-LIST] Engine choices


You could also consider the Franklin, "The Franklin / PZL 4A-235-B3
aircraft engine was developed to be a higher power replacement for the
Continental A-65 through 0-200 engine line. . . ." Website:

http://www.franklinengines.com/4a.cfm

Mike Perry

At 12:32 AM 8/31/2005 +0000, you wrote:
Is the Lycoming 0-235 or the Continental IO-240 an option to the O-
200 ?







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Re: Engine choices

Tri-Q1 <rryan@...>
 

Paul,

What carburetor are you using?

Ryan

--- In Q-LIST@..., "Paul Spackman" <wypaul2001@y...> wrote:
The Jabiru 3300 weights in at 178 with the mags, carb, starter and
all
those other things Quickie pilots want on thier engines and burns 5.2
gph and you can get one new. I like mine.

Paul Spackman

P.S. That includes the muffler.

--- In Q-LIST@..., "Michael D. Callahan"
<micallahan@w...>
wrote:
190lbs on the O-200 is factory bare engine weight. Does not even
include
mags, spark plugs, oil or accessories, much less prop, oil or carb.
Somebody actually hung their entire engine right off the Q on a
scale
and I think it was around 245lbs. Mike C.