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Fri, Feb 20, 2004

180 HP Mooneys Need For Speed May Cost A Bit Less

Power Flow Cuts Prices On Tuned Exhaust System For 180 HP Mooneys

Mooney Speed Freaks have yet another reason to give into their unending lust for speed. Power Flow Systems has announced a $500 reduction in the cost of their STC’d tuned exhaust system for 180 hp Mooneys. The special sale price of $3,990 will last until the end of June.

Power Flow claims that their technology substantially increases the evacuation of exhaust gases from the engine’s cylinders resulting in more efficient operation and enhanced performance numbers. In the case of the M20, models B, C, D, and G, owners can expect speed increases of up to 11 miles per hour. Rate of climb improves as much as 300 feet per minute, while the engine runs cooler and with lower fuel flows at the same speeds.

Earlier models of the Mooney may require an exhaust strap and support rod heat shields which are also available through Power Flow. The company is currently developing an exhaust system for the 200 horsepower Mooneys and expects to complete certification by summer.

FMI: www.powerflowsystems.com

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