quick-engine-change kit

A kit designed and used to configure a basic engine for a particular installation. This kit consists of the engine with all of the accessories and the propeller attached to minimize the time needed to replace an engine.
Typical helicopter quick engine change assembly.
Special sling used for hoisting helicopter engine change assembly.

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