1956 C172 180 hp STC

1956 C172 180 hp STC

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Does anyone know of a STC for converting a 1956 C172 from 0-300 engine to Lycoming 180 hp or 150 hp engines.

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Dave Gregory

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Re: 1956 C172 180 hp STC

Hello Dave:

There are lots of options available. Check these out:

Supplemental Type Certificate

STC Number:
SA00461SE

This certificate issued to:
Del-Air

STC Holder's Address:
2121 S. Wildcat Way
Porterville CA 93257
United States

Description of the Type Design Change:
Install a Lycoming O-360 series engine and Hartzell, McCauley, or Sensenich propeller (See STC for specifications).

Application Date:


Status:
Amended, 10/24/2002

Responsible Office:
ANM-100L Los Angeles Aircraft Certification Office Tel: (562) 627-5200

Supplemental Type Certificate

STC Number:
SA3-571

This certificate issued to:
KWAD Company

STC Holder's Address:
4530 Jettridge Dr. N.W.
Atlanta GA 30327
United States

Description of the Type Design Change:
Lycoming O-360-A1D engine, McCauley 2D36C14/78KM-4 or Hartzell HC-C2YK-1A/7666-2 propellers.

Application Date:


Status:
Reissued, 03/09/1979

Responsible Office:
ACE-115A Atlanta Aircraft Certification Office Tel: (770) 703-6035


Supplemental Type Certificate

STC Number:
SA420CE

This certificate issued to:
Williams Robert or Barbara

STC Holder's Address:
213 N. Clark Phone: 620-782-3317
Udall KS 67146
United States

Description of the Type Design Change:
Installation of O-360-() series engines, fixed pitch and constant speed propellers. (172D, 172E, 172F (USAFT-41A), 172G, 172H (USAFT-41A FLOATPLANES (EDO89-2000 FLOATS ONLY) (172A, 172B, 172C LANDPLANES)

Application Date:


Status:
Amended, 10/31/1986

Responsible Office:
ACE-115W Wichita Aircraft Certification Office Tel: (316) 946-4100

Supplemental Type Certificate

STC Number:
SA610SW

This certificate issued to:
RFB Company, Inc

STC Holder's Address:
Chandler Field
Purcell OK 73080
United States

Description of the Type Design Change:
Lycoming O-320 and O-360 Series engines with Hartzell HC-82XL-7636D-4; HC-C2YK-2R/7666 or HC-92Z-2B/8447-12A propeller.

Application Date:


Status:
Issued,

Responsible Office:
ASW-190 Ft. Worth Special Certification Office Tel: (817) 222-5190

TC Number -- Make -- Model:
3A12 -- Cessna Aircraft Company, The -- 172

Supplemental Type Certificate

STC Number:
SA792WE

This certificate issued to:
Johnson Joseph

STC Holder's Address:
P.O. Box 851
Kenai AK 99611
United States

Description of the Type Design Change:
Lycoming O-360 Series engines and Sensenich M76EMM propellers in Cessna 172 and 172A Model aircraft.

Application Date:


Status:
Amended, 09/25/1997

Responsible Office:
ACE-115N Anchorage Aircraft Certification Office Tel: (907) 271-2668

TC Number -- Make -- Model:
3A12 -- Cessna Aircraft Company, The -- 172

Supplemental Type Certificate

STC Number:
SA807CE

This certificate issued to:
Williams Robert or Barbara

STC Holder's Address:
213 N. Clark Phone: 620-782-3317
Udall KS 67146
United States

Description of the Type Design Change:
Installation of Lycoming 180 hp engine and constant speed propeller. (172P LANDPLANES)

Application Date:


Status:
Amended, 05/03/1990

Responsible Office:
ACE-115W Wichita Aircraft Certification Office Tel: (316) 946-4100

Good luck.

Randy Augustinak
Member Support Mgr.
Cessna Owner Organization


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Re: 1956 C172 180 hp STC

Check with Air Plains Services, Wellington, KS at 1-800-752-8481.

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Re: 1956 C172 180 hp STC

I HAVE A 172 H (1967) THAT I WOULD LIKE TO GET STC FOR INSTALLING 180 HP LYCOMING ENGINE IN PLACE OF THE 300 D CONT.

CAN YOU ADVISE ME IF THERE IS STC FOR THIS PLANE

CALL ME COLLECT AT 1-803-957-4647

THANKS  DON BLEDSOE        This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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Re: 1956 C172 180 hp STC

Hello

I need more power for my C172 M (1976) and was thinking along the lines of fitting an IO-360 a la Rhiems Rocket. What stc`s (if any) are available for my plane in the 200+ hp range?

Thank you and regards,

Erik Snyman
Messina
South Africa.

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Re: 1956 C172 180 hp STC

Howdy all I have a 1958 c-172. I want to fly out of terribly high altitudes full of camping stuff, 180hp would do. I have the 0-300 off and being overhauled with new cyls maybe someone would trade me for a used 180 hp and maybe an Idea whose stc to use for this year model. If not Ill use my own car conversion and go for my own stc on something of higher Hp!  thanx  Rogers!

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Re: 1956 C172 180 hp STC

Need the firewall forward STC, and and engine ( O 360 Lyc ) to power a '65 C-172 (F)

Looking for an engine that is midtime, and has all the periforals attached. Carb-air pump - alternator - etc..

Thanks - Ken 209 304 4874

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Re: 1956 C172 180 hp STC

Does anyone have a copy of Supplemental Type Certificate SA792WE?  I'd like to review the STC because my friend is considering the modification to his 1956 172.

STC Number:
SA792WE

This certificate issued to:
Johnson Joseph

STC Holder's Address:
P.O. Box 851
Kenai AK 99611
United States

Description of the Type Design Change:
Lycoming O-360 Series engines and Sensenich M76EMM propellers in Cessna 172 and 172A Model aircraft.

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Re: 1956 C172 180 hp STC

I recently purchased a 1962 Cessna P172D  which was retrofitted in 1977 with a 180 Lycoming 0-360-A1A  180 h.p engine and Hartzell HC-C2YK-1A propellor.

This engine is running great, but is nearing its 2,000 hour TBO and I want to replace it with one that has fuel injection rather than the carburetor system.

Is there an STC for such an engine?

Does does the existing STC allow a conversion to fuel injection with the present engine?

thank you.
P.C. Neumann

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Re: 1956 C172 180 hp STC

P.C.

For fuel injection setup, the guy to talk to is David Stoots. Do a google on him and you can find the details.

best of luck.
Stan

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Re: 1956 C172 180 hp STC

anyone know where I can get the stc for converting a o300d to a lycoming o320a2m??

thanks, gary

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Re: 1956 C172 180 hp STC

The Lycoming 150 or 160 HP in the Cont powerd 172s from 1961 to 1967.
STC available From Columbia Marine, Bluffton, SC.
Using all Cessna parts from 1968 or later 172s. 
stc # SA1774WE
Cost of STC 2 years ago was 1000.00

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Re: 1956 C172 180 hp STC

Dear Gary:

I notice Eddie Peck referred you to us in a recent Email.  If you are still interested in converting your1956 172 to a O-320 lycoming,please let me know.

Roger Knight
843-705-4003NCBDN

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Re: 1956 C172 180 hp STC

I am looking for a lower front cowling for a 1956 172 if there is one
left over from an upgrade to a 180 HP conversion or if you know where I
might find on please let me know.

Thanks
Ron

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Re: 1956 C172 180 hp STC

Do you have the serial number for the plane?  The book breaks it up by serial number.

Dan Weiler
Executive Director of the Cessna Owner Organization
(715) 445-5000, ext. 116
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Re: 1956 C172 180 hp STC

I have an o-360 with constant speed prop that I am not going to install.  I would take a fresh o-300 in trade.

Richard

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