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Note: The LS Solenoid is at the 2:30 position and the PM Solenoid is at the 7:30 position when viewed from the front.
PLEASE READ THIS CAUTION BEFORE USING THE TABLE BELOW! THE PRIMARY SOURCE OF FIT DATA IS THE AIRCRAFT FIT GUIDE THAT BEGINS ON THE NEXT PAGE. USE THIS CROSS REFERENCE TABLE ONLY IF NO OTHER AIRFRAME DATA IS AVAILABLE OR TO REPLACE LISTED MANUFACTURER’S STARTER WITH A SKY-TEC. AS WITH ALL STARTER MODEL RECOMMENDATIONS IN THIS GUIDE, PLEASE FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF WITH NUMBERED ITEMS ON PAGE 2 OF THIS FIT GUIDE. THESE RECOMMENDATIONS ARE ONLY A GUIDE. THE INSTALLING MECHANIC HAS ULTIMATE RESPONSIBILITY FOR ENSURING THAT THE STARTER IS FULLY COMPATIBLE WITH THE AIRFRAME AND ENGINE BEFORE INSTALLING THE STARTER.
Fantastic starters! My first set lasted over 2000 hours worth no issues. Very lite and they spin fast and smooth!
My starter failed after 1400 hours on my Cessna T206H. Purchased this replacement and it just worked as it should. 3 year warranty. Would recomend.
Perfect just what we needed
Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA) is an approval granted by the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to a manufacturer of aircraft parts. Production approval will be granted when the FAA is satisfied that the system will not permit parts to leave the system until the parts have been verified to meet the requirements of the approved design, and the system otherwise meets the requirements of the FAA quality system regulations
No, these are new, outright and there is no core exchange for these starters.
125-220A @ 11V.