# For Sale 4A084 Engine

Discussion in 'For Sale & Wanted' started by Aerowerx, Apr 23, 2019.

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1. Apr 23, 2019

### Aerowerx

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Never run. in original crate.

Will let it go for $600. I paid over twice that, with shipping. I just want to get it out of the garage. Pick up only, or arrange and pay for your own shipping. Shipping weight is 300 pounds. PM me if you are interested. 2. Apr 23, 2019 ### bmcj ### bmcj #### Well-Known MemberHBA Supporter Joined: Apr 10, 2007 Messages: 12,974 Likes Received: 4,919 Location: Fresno, California Pick up only? But you aren’t in Fresno.... darn! 3. Apr 23, 2019 ### Aerowerx ### Aerowerx #### Well-Known Member Joined: Dec 1, 2011 Messages: 5,085 Likes Received: 1,391 Location: Marion, Ohio Or arrange your own shipping! 4. Apr 23, 2019 ### bmcj ### bmcj #### Well-Known MemberHBA Supporter Joined: Apr 10, 2007 Messages: 12,974 Likes Received: 4,919 Location: Fresno, California Last time I shipped a small package, it cost me a fortune. I can’t imaging the cost to ship an engine given how much shipping costs have gone up. 5. Apr 23, 2019 ### Aerowerx ### Aerowerx #### Well-Known Member Joined: Dec 1, 2011 Messages: 5,085 Likes Received: 1,391 Location: Marion, Ohio True. IIRC it cost me$400 shipping when I got it, and that was several years ago!

6. Apr 23, 2019

### poormansairforce

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I'm an hour from you. What is the real weight on an airplane install? I see a range and it seems heavy but need to know a specific weight if you have it. Thx.

7. Apr 24, 2019

### Aerowerx

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I believe it is around 120 pounds ready to fly, but will have to look. Depends on if you have the starter or not. It is supposed to be easy to prop start---low compression. Some users also replace the oil pan with a homemade one.

One recommendation is to replace the carb. The original one is made for fixed speed. With the right carb, or a fuel injection mod you might get 45-50 HP out of it.

There is a Yahoo Group for it, but I haven't seen much activity from it lately.

8. Apr 24, 2019

### poormansairforce

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Ok, thanks. I watched Lester's video so have a better idea of performance, etc. I'll think it over.

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