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06 Jul 2021 14:03 #1 by Ken Thompson
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Just talked it. Works just fine.

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06 Jul 2021 13:23 #2 by Randy Branson
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Gordie,

Can you confirm the link? I get a message that it's not valid.

Randy

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29 Jun 2021 04:37 #3 by Larry Snyder
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Alpha now has the STC for installing an O200 in any Ercoupe - C, D, CD, E, G. It’s not cheap, but provides a way to put a readily available engine in an Ercoupe. As for the C85 crankshaft upgrade, any engine shop can do it. It’s not cheap either. When I bought a new O200 crank in 2006 it was $2000. Now they’re $6000.

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29 Jun 2021 01:39 #4 by Edward Moore
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Larrys comment was correct in 2019 - I spoke with Alpha (Don McDonald) while he was waiting on FAA - I provided him with a copy of my field approval for a 415C that is in the 415D configuration and ACO approved it to stay as a 415C at light sport weight.. Believe Alpha has the STC now and advertises as such

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28 Jun 2021 14:07 #5 by Ken Thompson
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www.donsdreammachinesllc.com/

It’s not just the crank. It’s also push rods and pistons.

Makes a fantastic engine. I have one.

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28 Jun 2021 13:14 #6 by Andy Mintz Mintz
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Dear Larry:

Can you advise mechanic contact info who can do the
0 200 crankshaft into 85 hp ercoupe engine we currently using. Thxs andy N94174 ps one is in florida

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