Warner Engines are small radial engines which produce 90 to 200 horsepower and were designed and built for aircraft from 1928 until 1948. This Web site contains general information on the description, operation, maintenance, service, parts availability, manuals, history, and accessories relating to Warner Engines.
Warner Engines are small radial engines which produce 90 to 200 horsepower and were designed and built for aircraft from 1928 until 1948. This Web site contains general information on the description, operation, maintenance, service, parts availability, manuals, history, and accessories relating to Warner Engines.
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Warner Engines are small radial engines which produce 90 to 200 horsepower and were designed and built for aircraft from 1928 until 1948. This Web site contains general information on the description, operation, maintenance, service, parts availability, manuals, history, and accessories relating to Warner Engines.
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Great Lakes Aircraft and Warner Engines are jointly conducting a market study to determine the interest level for the installation of a Warner R-500, 165/175 horsepower engine in a Great Lakes.  

In the past, many Warner radial engines have been installed on Great Lakes airframes and the combination is an excellent match. The sturdy Great Lakes airframe and the smooth-running seven cylinder Warner radial engine are well suited for each other.

The Great Lakes Aircraft Company, by special arrangement with manufacturer Waco Classic Aircraft, will offer a limited number of NEW Great Lakes for sale powered by the venerable Warner R-500 Super Scarab engine. 
 
From the firewall aft, the new production Warner-Great Lakes will be identical to its Lycoming powered cousin, with only a couple of exceptions. There will be ailerons on the lower wings only, and the airframe will have a different and distinctive color scheme. 
 
Performance numbers for the new Warner-Great Lakes will be approximately the same as the Lycoming powered Great Lakes. Construction will begin once a minimum number of aircraft orders and FAA approvals have been received. Price $242,500. 

Also, if you currently own a Great Lakes, and would like to re-engine it with a Warner R-500, the installation will be performed via an FAA Supplemental Type Certificate. Price of the complete installation, firewall forward including zero time Warner R-500 engine, new Sensenich wooden propeller, new engine mount, new cowling, and new intake and exhaust systems: $47,500 outright, slightly less if you exchange your existing firewall forward hardware. Visit our Great Lakes M/M/R/O/ Web page about our services.

What do you think? I would like to hear from you. Please contact me,  johnaduncan@msn.com