December 2008 Issue
University of Jabiru
What you’ll learn in a specific engine school can save you big money.
If you’re considering or have already made the decision to use a Jabiru engine on your kit aircraft, Texas Sport Cub builder Dave Prizio says this three-day course will add to your confidence when installing and maintaining it.
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