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    Oops. New to posting and first one went to wrong place. Question is, which engine mount, conical or dynafocal (I or II) comes with the EX-3 kit? Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VNrotorhead View Post
    Oops. New to posting and first one went to wrong place. Question is, which engine mount, conical or dynafocal (I or II) comes with the EX-3 kit? Thanks.
    The FX-3 engine mounts appear to be conical. Mounting bolts are parallel and the distinctive dynafocal mounting shape is not present. I assume the EX-3 is the same.

    Lower left mount shown here:
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    Default Re: Engine mount

    Thanks Andy. Your response is much appreciated.

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    Default Re: Engine mount

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy View Post
    The FX-3 engine mounts appear to be conical. Mounting bolts are parallel and the distinctive dynafocal mounting shape is not present. I assume the EX-3 is the same.

    Lower left mount shown here:

    You are correct. All of our aircraft use conical mounts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete D View Post
    You are correct. All of our aircraft use conical mounts.
    Thank you for the confirmation. Much appreciated.

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