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Continental TSIO-520-N – SN: 217830

$6,000.00

This engine was manufactured by Continental. It is a TSIO-520-N rated at 2,700 RPM and 310 Max HP when new. SN: 217830 was previously installed in the right position of a 1971 Cessna 340 with U.S. registration N5418M, SN: 340-0029. 

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This engine was manufactured by Continental. It is a TSIO-520-N rated for 2,700 RPM and 310 max HP when new. SN: 217830 was previously installed in the right position of a 1971 Cessna 340 with U.S. registration N5418M, (SN: 340-0029) and includes the turbo charger, throttle body, intercooler and waste gate.

The seller states that the aircraft was involved in a hard landing in June of 2019. Post incident the engine was inspected using dye penetrant and a dial indicator to determine the presence of any damage.

This process was applied using Continentals recommendations and showed the engine to be in good operating condition with no known damage to the internals. At the time of the incident the engine had approximately 875 Hrs. SOH. The last documented inspection was March, 2019. At that time compression ratings were shown  and documented to be: #1 62, #2 66, #3 66, #4 68, #5 68, #6 64. The compression ratio is 7.5:1.0 with a 5.25″ bore and a 4″ stroke. Displacement is 520 cubic inches. Dry weight is 430 pounds.

Please note: All specifications are based on the sellers representation and subject to bidder verification. Some aircraft and other items may be subject to prior sales or removal from the market. Use the comment/review section to confirm accuracy with seller.

 

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denis.coghlan1
denis.coghlan1
11 months ago

Kindly advise overhaul date is within 12 year rule.
Thank you.

denis.coghlan1
denis.coghlan1
11 months ago

Could they be overhauled locally before export to Africa?

denis.coghlan1
denis.coghlan1
11 months ago

Both engines are described as being on the right side.
Which is the one on the left side?

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