Lycoming's IO-390 series four-cylinder engines can produce 210 horsepower at 2,700 RPM. That means when you choose a Lycoming IO-390 for sale from Air Power, you're getting an engine designed to efficiently meet the power, payload and speed requirements of your general aviation aircraft.
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The Lycoming T53, (company designation LTC-1) is a turboshaft engine used on helicopters and (as a turboprop) fixed-wing aircraft since the 1950s. It was designed at the Lycoming Turbine Engine Division in Stratford, Connecticut , by a team headed by Anselm Franz , who was the chief designer of the Junkers Jumo 004 during World War II .
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15F28835-63 Lycoming ROD ASSEMBLY PUSH. Part Number: 15F28835-63. 37 in stock - New. $166.19. Add to Saved Parts. Add to cart.
The Lycoming IO-233 is a non-certified four-cylinder, air-cooled, horizontally opposed piston aircraft engine that produces between 100 hp (75 kW) and 116 hp (87 kW).  The IO-233 is a development of the Lycoming O-235 , which is itself a derivative of the older Lycoming O-233 engine.
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2. Lie #1: Lycoming engines are better than Continental engines. (Or vice-versa.) I bought my first airplane 30 years ago. It was a Cessna 182 powered by a ContinentalO-470-R engine. Since then I’ve owned a succession of airplanes, and each one-quitecoincidentally-was powered by a big-bore Continental.
Chrome rocker covers on standard engines change to $100/cylinder (as opposed to $400 per engine, so the increase is only reflected on 6-cyl engines). The Van’s propeller/Lycoming engine order bundle ($1,000 discount when you order a prop and engine from Van’s at the same time) is of course still available (both before and after the price ...
But in fact, engines that are run cooler exhibit more valve sticking, not less. Lycoming engines have valves that run cooler than Continentals because their sodium-filled stems dissipate heat better, yet Lycomings experience far more valve sticking problems than Continentals. The conventional wisdom about what causes valve sticking is wrong.