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Thanks guys. As far as I remember the Soloy is much more greasy (as usual with Lycomings) and a bit slower to react, due to its internal architecture. We would use the helicopter for slinging operations (short high power settings) and also heliskiing in winter. One thing is sure : we rarely operate beyond 5'000 feets and are asked very often to bring loads up to 12'000 feets. Can't wait to read your comments and thanks for all what you allready gave me.

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Honeywell certainly is dedicated to product support. I'm not sensing any parts, support, information or logistical issues in the future. Are customer's satisfied with the OEM's products, I think so...........check the NYSE.

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