1983-02-01

The Thunder Aluminum 390 Alloy Aircraft Engine 830008

Thunder Engines Corporation is developing a new family of fuel efficient, compact, lightweight, liquid cooled, turbocharged, all-aluminum power plants which will have widespread application in general aviation.
Called “Thunder Engines”, these power plants are the first new high-performance liquid-cooled reciprocating aircraft engines to be introduced for more than 20 years.
Thunder Engines are designed to provide significant cost and operating advantages for powering a wide range of agricultural, commuter, utility and business aircraft.

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