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Experiences with ENG overhaul shops? 11 Monate 4 Tage her #353

  • David.Kromka
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Dear fellow Mooniacs!

Our N252CG is nearing TBO on its first engine and it looks like we are facing an engine overhaul since the crankcase is leaking oil and two cylinders would have to be replaced due to burnt exhaust valves. We might just go for the big solution since we intend to continue flying the plane for the next years.
Any experiences in this group with engine overhaul shops in Germany and/or Europe? We have basically narrowed it down to Ghoenert and Loma now and they seems to have their Pro's and Con's.

If you have some advice and experiences, heartly welcome!
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Experiences with ENG overhaul shops? 3 Monate 2 Tage her #379

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Hi David,

By now, I imagine that you already done the OVHL to your engine, but as this might be an important topic to all Mooniacs, I leave below my experience with the OVHL we did to the Lycoming Engine IO-360-A3B6D 4Cil 200BHP of our M20J Allegro:
Engine OVHL done at Norvic UK, in May 2016, which include:

New Parts:
 Flat Tappet Bodies.
 Connecting Rod Bearings.
 Induction & Drain Hoses.
 Fuel Pump Plunger
 Hydraulic Plungers.
 Connecting Rods & Bolts.
 Ring Gear.
 Gasket Set, etc.
 Crankshaft Bearings.
 Crankshaft Gear.
 Counterweight Hardware.

Including also Instalation of:
 New Lycoming Cylinder Assemblies.
 New Lycoming Camshaft.
 New “Skytec” lightweight starter.
 New Ignition Harness.
 New Spark Plugs.
 New Oil Filter.
 New High Pressure Fuel Pump.
 New Slick Magnetos.
 Overhauled / Exchanged Fuel Servo, Flow Divider and Injection Nozzles.
 External Paint - Finish – Grey colour.

Includding also compliance with current Airworthiness Directives, Service Bulletins, and Service Letters.

Price: 23.000,00€ + VAT
Extra Price for Prop.Governor OVHL: 1.400,00€ including some exchanged parts

The NORVIC work was OK, but we are still suffering from hot CHT after 85Hrs since OVHL, but we are working on it with NORVIC to solve it.

We also asked quote to the following Shops:
Roder PraZision, Frankfurt DE: 27.500,00€
Mecan Air, Swiss: 23.850,00€
EseFly, PT: 24.500,00€
LomaAir, Belgium: 22.800,00€

Norvic presented quote with more new parts than the others, and the new parts were also from same manufacters as we had on the Mooney (magnetos, starters, pumps, etc), and so we elected Norvic.

Hope this can help.
Cheers!
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