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FS: Engine Saver (engine dryer)

Feb 15, 2012
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I ended up with an extra one, was thinking of keeping this one as a spare, but makes more sense to sell it.


Spruce listing: http://www.aircraftspruce.com/catalog/eppages/engsaver.php?clickkey=50170

I use mine all the time, all seasons. Eliminates internal engine condensation. Simple design, a fan blows air through a desiccant. You can pipe it up through the engine breather. I created a fitting for the oil dipstick opening, and plug mine in there. You need to bake the desiccant every couple of months in the summer, maybe once through the winter, when the blue cobalt chloride indicator turns red. Otherwise it is maintenance free.

My pics here: https://goo.gl/photos/7AsssipwwG9M8tHv8

The unit for sale is a year old, was used on a friend's Bonanza, before he sold it. In perfect working order.

Brand new costs US$325.

I'm selling this one, really like new, for US$260 + shipping. There is a bit of weight to it, so expect around US$30 for shipping.

* Orest

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