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Old 11-14-2010, 12:33 AM
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Default DA 120 weight

I have a question, can anyone tell me the real weight of the DA 120 with ignition, spark plug, prop bolts etc.

I would appreciate any data to be as precise as possible and as unbiased as possible...

Roger
Old 11-14-2010, 11:36 AM
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Didn't bother to weigh it with the ignition and I imagine that is weight is available or you may have one to weigh????

Oh, this is with the aluminum cylinder head bolts which have been replaced with the steel bolts so it'll be just a tiny bit more with those installed....

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Didn't bother to weigh it with the ignition and I imagine that is weight is available or you may have one to weigh????

Oh, this is with the aluminum cylinder head bolts which have been replaced with the steel bolts so it'll be just a tiny bit more with those installed....


Thank you , but I'm not sure if I am reading correctly, I see 415.4 ouces, which of course is impossible, can you tell what is written...

Roger
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4 lb 15.4 oz
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4 lb 15.4 oz

Thanks but is this including the ignition module , spark plugs, prop mounting bolts....

Thank you
Roger
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4 lb 15.4 oz

Thanks but is this including the ignition module , spark plugs, prop mounting bolts....

Thank you
Roger
Ahh... Roger....

I told you in my first post that it didn't have the ignition module....

If you look at the pic you can see that the sparkplugs, prop mounting bolts (you can actually see one) and washer are installed so all you need is the ignition module weight and/or what ever type exhaust you want, or maybe somebody did it for you over on FG instead of making you search the thread 'cause I'm certainly not going to pull the module out of the Compy to weigh it for you....
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4 lb 15.4 oz

Thanks but is this including the ignition module , spark plugs, prop mounting bolts....

Thank you
Roger
Ahh... Roger....

I told you in my first post that it didn't have the ignition module....

If you look at the pic you can see that the sparkplugs, prop mounting bolts (you can actually see one) and washer are installed so all you need is the ignition module weight and/or what ever type exhaust you want, or maybe somebody did it for you over on FG instead of making you search the thread 'cause I'm certainly not going to pull the module out of the Compy to weigh it for you....

Does that include pistons?
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4 lb 15.4 oz

Thanks but is this including the ignition module , spark plugs, prop mounting bolts....

Thank you
Roger
Ahh... Roger....

I told you in my first post that it didn't have the ignition module....

If you look at the pic you can see that the sparkplugs, prop mounting bolts (you can actually see one) and washer are installed so all you need is the ignition module weight and/or what ever type exhaust you want, or maybe somebody did it for you over on FG instead of making you search the thread 'cause I'm certainly not going to pull the module out of the Compy to weigh it for you....
Thanks for you help I appreciate it.

Roger
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4 lb 15.4 oz

Thanks but is this including the ignition module , spark plugs, prop mounting bolts....

Thank you
Roger
Ahh... Roger....

I told you in my first post that it didn't have the ignition module....

If you look at the pic you can see that the sparkplugs, prop mounting bolts (you can actually see one) and washer are installed so all you need is the ignition module weight and/or what ever type exhaust you want, or maybe somebody did it for you over on FG instead of making you search the thread 'cause I'm certainly not going to pull the module out of the Compy to weigh it for you....

Does that include pistons?
Sometimes you just have an evil sense of humor Jim.... lol

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