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Autogas experts explain why pump gas is mogas

With the release of its Service Instruction 1070Q on July 16, 2010, Lycoming quietly approved autogas as a fuel for some of its engines — or did they? As news of the company’s about-face after years of advising against the fuel became public, company officials have attempted to explain their confusing stance against a backdrop of thousands of pilots who have happily used autogas in Lycoming engines under STCs from the EAA and Petersen Aviation since 1982 when the fuel first gained approval from the FAA.

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===> Posted on August 14th, 2011 by Kent Misegades. No comments. © GAN 2011.

Autogas experts explain why pump gas is mogas is a post from: Small Jet Charter

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