my minimax

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    ao84 power

    I viewed your MM pictures, looks like lotsa fun. I am curious about the ao84. I am not familiar, is it a conversion? I would appreciate info about it. hp, displacement, weight, original use, source, etc.. thanx
     
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    AO 84

    I couldn't get the yahoo site.. I won't sign on with them... But- I did find a site through one of the search engines. It's called Road Runner or something like that. This guy who has some of these engines is right here in FL with-in driving range (If gas doesn't go any higher!) I have been having trouble finding lite weight components to build a PSRU for my 67 horse GeO. I only need 40hp so I'm gonna check it out. Before I talk to him..... How is the availability of repair or overhaul parts??
     

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    Good looking mimi max.I'm building a V Max.There are three maxs at the airport our chapter uses.Awesome little airplanes!Good flyers,inexpensive,easily built, and excellent company.
     

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