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Sun, Mar 21, 2010

Engine Manufacturer Lycoming Introduces Incentive Programs

Offers Up To $5,000 Off Purchase Of A Factory Re-built Engine, Rewards Customer Loyalty

Lycoming has introduced a program to offer airplane owners and operators up to $5,000 off a zero-time factory-rebuilt Lycoming engine. The amount of savings depends on the engine type.  This offer requires the return of a Lycoming factory new engine that has never been overhauled or rebuilt, otherwise known in the industry as a first-run core.

Lycoming's factory-rebuilt engines are built to the same limits as a new engine. They come with a zero-time logbook. Best of all, they have the same two-year warranty as an all-new engine.

"We recognize that many owners may not have been in a position to take advantage of the discounts on rebuilt engines that ended in December 2009," says Todd Stoner, Lycoming vice president of marketing and sales.

For pilots flying airplanes with previously re-built cores, Lycoming has also rolled out a customer loyalty program. "We have many customers that have flown behind Lycoming Engines their entire flying careers," said Todd Stoner, Lycoming vice president of marketing and sales.  "This program is meant to reward the loyalty of those customers whose engine core was either rebuilt or overhauled at the Lycoming factory."

A Lycoming engine overhaul features 100 percent genuine Lycoming parts, from new cylinders to new camshafts, all produced to meet Lycoming's strict quality requirements. 

The factory loyalty program requires the return of select exchange cores, which are engines that last left the Lycoming factory as a Lycoming rebuilt or overhauled engine.

FMI: www.lycoming.com

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