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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.
Powering
Fine Aircraft
Since 1928
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 HISTORY
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Warner Engines have powered many different civilian and military aircraft over the years:
 
Aeronca LC and LCS; 
Bird BW 
Cessna AW, C-125, C-145 
Commandaire 3C3A 
Dart GW 
Davis DIW 
Fairchild 22; Fairchild 24C, 24J, 24G, 24W40, 24W41; Military UC-61
Fleet 1
Howard DGA 145, DGA 18; Military Models
Inland R400, W500 
Luscombe Phantom
Meyers OTW 120, OTW 145, Monocoupe 
Porterfield 90, 35W, 75C
Ryan SCW 145 
Rearwin 9000 
Travelair W4000, 16W, 12W 
Waco RNF, RBA
U. S. Navy Airships
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Famous aviator
Charles A. Lindbergh
owned a Monocoupe with a Warner engine.
Warner Engine Patent Granted June, 10, 1930
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New Super Scarab 165 4-page Brochure
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