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Power Flow Exhaust System For Beechcraft

From $5700.00 to $5900.00
Application Type Model Part Number Price Buy
Beechcraft 19/23
with O-320 engines
Short Stack CeramicPFS-14152-CERAMIC
08-05998
$5900.00
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Beechcraft 19/23
with O-360 engines
Short Stack CeramicPFS-13804-CERAMIC
08-06000
$5900.00
Quantity
Beechcraft 19/23
with O-360 engines
Short Stack PolishedPFS-113804
08-05999
$5700.00
Quantity
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Overview

After additional research and testing, Power Flow Systems, Inc. is proud to release a tuned exhaust for the Beech Sundowner series of aircraft with Lycoming O-360 engines. To maximize your gains from the exhaust, we strongly recommend you conduct a simple test with your aircraft that will identify if your carburetor is “rich” enough for a Power Flow exhaust.
Download the Carb Rich Test

For more details on the testing how critical your fuel flow is on performance, please click the following link to go to our Forum and technical pages:
Beech Forum
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Application

  • Complete replacement of the Beechcraft exhaust system for 19A, 23, A23-19, B19, B23, C23, M19A with Lycoming O-320 / O-360 engines.

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