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Thread: Lycoming O-320-A2B

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    Default Re: Lycoming O-320-A2B

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Pierce View Post
    You might find someone to coat them for experimental. I have changed probably 10 sets of cams and lifters in the last several years, it is a must do for me if the case is split.
    Thanks Steve. I have some time before the engine has to be done I will try to run some down in the meantime.

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    Default Re: Lycoming O-320-A2B

    The case is on its way to Divco to get machined, the 3900$ 74166 cam will stay on the dealer shelve, I am going to get a 18840 from superior, airpower inc is beating up the canadian prices by quite a bit.
    I am looking t oget the DLC coated lifters any recommandation for these ?

    Thanks a lot for all these replies.

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    Default Re: Lycoming O-320-A2B

    I have been getting the Lycoming cams and lifters from Air Power. Aircraft Spruce is a Lycoming dealer as well. I use the Lycoming cam and lifters. I can just hear a warranty issue mixing and matching manufacturers.

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