1984 Thorp T-18, 180hp, Constant Speed prop, 694TT A&E, 298 Since Teardown and NEW prop, very nice, always hangared, KX155, KLX135A GPS/com, KT76A, Intercom.
Avionics / Equipment
ENGINE: LYCOMING 0-360 AID, 180
hp, S/N L-1791-36.
PROPELLER: Hartzell Constant
Speed, Model HC-F2YR-IF, S/N
The Thorp has always been and is
now kept in a heated hanger at the
Kenosha, Wisc. Regional Airport
(ENW). The first flight took place at
ENW on 12-9-1984. After the annual
inspection in 1999 by the FBO at
ENW the FBO did not tie down the
tail before the FBO did their after
inspection engine run-up. The tail
lifted and the prop struck the
ground. The engine was removed
and was taken to G&N Aviation in
Griffith, Indiana. The engine was
disassembled and inspected. The
engine was reassembled using
new slick mags, new Lamar starter,
rebuilt prop governor from
Hartzell, new rod and main
bearings, new oil pump gears, all
new hardware and other
miscellaneous parts. The engine
was painted red and dynoed. The
engine was installed on the Thorp
with new Lord mounts and bolts. At
this time a new Hartzell constant
speed prop was installed. Total
time on the Airframe was 398.0 hrs.
at this time.
1. Total Time 694.4 hours airframe
2. Total Time SMOH O-360 180 HP
694.4, 298.4 Since Tear Down due
to prop strike
3. Total Time on prop since NEW
4. KT76A transponder, 24 month
5. KX155 navcom
6. KLX135A GPS/com
7. Navaid AP-1 wing leveler, tracks
8. Intercom, Troll Avionics
9. Electronics International Engine
Analyzer, Model SR-8A, CHT/EGT all
10. JPI-450 fuel scan: Gal/Hr., fuel
used, fuel remaining.
11. ELT, Pointer Model 3000.
12. Wing Tip Strobes and
13. 29 Gal. Main Fuel Tank, 16 Gal.
14. Annual condition inspection
current to 10-05-2016.
15. Aerobatics permitted by the
FAA operating limitations. a) Stalls,
Steep turns. b) Aileron Rolls (left &
right). Hammer head stall. c) Loops.
16. Cruises at 195+ MPH IAS at
25/2500 power setting. 17. 1034 lbs.
empty weight; 1800 lbs. max gross