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Valdosta, GA 31606




100 HP IFB

The 100 IFB engine that is currently available is the 100 Horsepower 170 cu. in. engine.  It begins as a 1965-1969 Corvair 164 110 HP engine that is stripped down and modified to become an airworthy experimental aviation engine.  

The case is cleaned and checked for clearances.  We install the IFB (Integral Front Bearing) housing and align it to the case. The crankshaft has the front steel hub and new gear installed, reground and nitrided for durability.  It is reassembled with new bearings, camshaft, seals, forged pistons, reconditioned cylinders, reconditioned heads, rebuilt valve train, new 30 amp integrated rear alternator, starter, ring gear and much more.  Once assembled the engine is installed on our custom made dynamometer to test run and monitor running parameters such as oil pressure, temperatures, rpms, and torque.  These logs are kept on file for every engine we run.  We check the oil for unusual contaminants after the test run.
They are beautiful engines and make for a clean installation into your airplane.   The smoothness of the six cylinders and the safety that provides boosts your confidence as you fly.  The low cost and ease of maintenance allow for a big savings throughout the life of the engine.  


Our Standard 100HP IFB SPYDER engine as it gets shipped to you.
Nitrided Crankshaft with Integral Front Bearing System (IFB)
OT10 Camshaft, 30 amp Rear Alternator and starter
Points/electronic Ignition system, Forged Pistons, Deep Oil Pan and much more..

See the engine being test run on our dynamometer...

This is the fourth run of this engine (2  hrs. break in) - once it is started I begin downloading engine data onto a laptop and then run the engine up to static RPM (@3000) to check for temperatures and torque.

A walk around of another engine during test the sound!


Engine Running in a Sonex Installation

Flying in my KR2S