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Lycoming O-290

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The Lycoming O-290 is a four-cylinder, air-cooled, horizontally-opposed aircraft engine. It was first run in 1939, and entered production three years later. Many of these engines were built as Ground Power Units.


Specifications (O-290-D2A)

Reference: Operator's Manual, Textron Lycoming Aircraft Engines[1] Template:Pistonspecs


  1. Operator's Manual, Textron Lycoming Aircraft Engines, Series O-235 & O-290 60297-9, 4th Edition January 1988, Pages 2-2 & 2-4, Textron Lycoming.


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