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Pt6-42 Hots

prpjt

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Have any of you done hot sections on -42's recently? I have some info from Pratt and Raytheon but am looking for some numbers from operators.

I'm looking for what other folks have seen price wise for HOTS on a first run engine at 1800 hrs, just trying to get a real budget range.

The plane involved is a 2001 B200.

Thanks, Prpjt
 

deskjobssuck

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We're running 4 b200s right now and I'd guess that the average has been approx 25k. We've had some lower and one a LOT higher, but 25k is a good ballpark.
 

prpjt

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Thanks deskjob. Are your planes first run engines, or have they been overhauled. I guess I'm asking what your engine total time range is. Thanks again. PRPJT
 

erj-145mech

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And when you get in there, you can see where the 21 volt start happened. You'll see the power turbine guide vanes.
 
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