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+$200 Core Exchange Charge
Part# 08-07061
MFR Model# 122NL/EC


"Featuring Sky-Tec’s Exclusive KPS® Kickback Protection System, Sky-Tec’s NL-series of starters fit all Lycoming powered aircraft. Unmatched duty cycle capabilities and durability on even the hardest starting 12V or 24V aircraft. Now available as factory original equipment on nearly all new Lycoming-powered airplanes. No other starter is manufactured to more exacting standards for quality, reliability and workmanship than Sky-Tec Lycoming starters. All NL-series starters are FAA-PMA certified as replacement parts for all non-geared, flat Lycoming engines. Sky-Tec NL-series starters fit without modification or 337 paperwork. At only 9.4 lbs., the NL-series is the lightest Bendix-free inline available. Generous two-year warranty."

Sky-Tech Recommended For Voltage Pitch
122-NL/EC Lyc. 235, 290, 320, 360, 540, & 720 24 Volt Super Duty 10/12 (for 122- Tooth Ring Gears)
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Good starter for the 24v 0-235-L2C. Pay attention to the starting instructions (max. 10 sec. attempt to start minimum 20 sec. rest between attempts max. 6 attempts after which mandatory resting minimum 30 min.). Thats 3+ minutes of attempts, rest 30 minutes. I just replaced a Hartzell E-Drive (PN: ERB-8012 installed new, which only lasted about 40 mos.), and I suspect the cause for premature failure was non-adherence to these simple instructions by operators on my C152.

Pete G
January 22, 2020


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