last price cut to sale, conversion cost is over 200 not even counting the engine, IE; ignition system, billet cup mount, velocity stack, prop hub with flywheel, and bennett exhaust
Ralph Cunningham G38 in great running condition flown two seasons never crashed or no prop strikes, see links below to videos of motor start and flying in plane. All mounting hardware included, just mount, hook it up to batt fuel and fly! Much stronger and lighter than a stock G38 with the ease of EI starting. Bennett muffler with Cup mount, the ignition is mounted inside the cup mount so all you have on one side is the extension with rca plug ign battery and on the other side is spark plug wire. "There are marks on the prop hub from holding it with a wrench to loosen a tight prop bolt."
150 shipped to your door, lower 48
Video of me starting it was done just before I pulled it for this add
Last login: 10/18/2017 8:49:PM
Location: WV, USA
I wish I could give you an exact weight but I only have a hanging scale and would need a postal scale to get an accurate weight. What Ive read off of many other post is about 3 and half pounds for Ralph's G38 conversion. I have a weighted prop nut on it so you can replace that and drop a few more ounces if needed.