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Barrett Precision Engines Makes it Out to Sun 'n Fun

High-Performance, Premium Work for the Discerning Aviator On Tap Courtesy of the Barrett Family

Barrett Precision Engines (BPE) made their way out to Sun 'n Fun again this year, showing off some of their handiwork in repairing Lycoming and Continental engines to factory spec - and beyond.

BPE, like other overhaul facilities, make their bones on bringing powerplants back to peak condition. BPE is an FAA-certified Class 1 Powerplant Repair Station, capable of dealing with most any engine problem seen in common General Aviation use. BPE addresses prop-strike inspections, tear downs, crankshaft balancing, painting, and more. Their attention to detail includes a bevy of standard features on every overhauled engine, too - niceties like documentation, matching cylinder deck heights matched to crankshaft centerline, crankshafts balanced with approved data, valve guides honed, engine updates in accordance with SB, SI's and AD's.

BPE maintains stock of some engines for immediate installation, ready to go for anyone who needs them. The operation is trucking along under Rhonda and Allen Barrett, continuing the legacy of founder Monty Barrett as they continue to offer top-of-the-line services to anyone needing max performance out of their engines.



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