Our current pricing for engines is as follows:
- Factory zero-timed AI-14R/RA engines and zero-timed M14P (360hp) Guide price € 29,500.
- Factory zero-timed M14PF (400hp) Guide price € 32,500.
- Factory new M14P and M14PF. The last year of serial engine production was 1994, but we are occasionally able to buy “new but old-stock” engines that are still in their original manufacturers packing crate. In such cases we completely dismantle the engine; check everything; reassemble with new gaskets and then our normal dynamometer test run.
- Factory new M14R and M9F engines Guide price € 50,000 (but we have not had any for several years).
Each engine is fully complete, from mounting ring forward, but excluding exhaust and sparking plugs (unless fitted with the plug conversion kit). However all normal ancillaries are included and fully overhauled, even including the engine mounting ring.
Unless requested we typically do not include generators since most of our customers change to light weight alternators. However, we can include them if needed.
These prices are FCA Aerometal at Sóskút in Hungary, and do not include European Sales Tax where relevant. Prices are subject to change without notice.
Each engine is fully conserved for long-term storage; sold with a wooden packing case.
Further information & background on the M14 family of engines and options available.
Examples of engines we have recently sold:
M14B 642009 converted to PF and Barrett pistons - to Australia for CJ6
M14PF 222028 with Barrett Pistons and electronic ignition - to South Africa for Radial Rocket
M14PF 042024 - to France for Sukhoi 26
M14P 441017 - to UK for Yak 50
M14PF 912043 - To UK for Yak 52
M14PF 022407 for Ukraine National Team Sukhoi 31
AI14RA 815337 for Wilga in Brazil
M14 PF 832028 delivered to Australia for CJ6
M14 PF 722056 for Swiss Yak 52
M14P 711026 for an Australian 52TD
AI14RA 803957 - to Australia for Wilga
M14PF 031002 for a Belgium Yak 52
M14PF 742017 to Nanchang CJ6 in Australia
M14PF 422003 for UK CJ6 conversion (first in Europe). With engine mount and exhaust for fitting dynamometer
M14PF 211043, electric start & 445hp. To USA for Radial Rocket.
M14PF 542705 for SU31 in Spain
M14P 831002 for CJ6 in USA
AI14 821919 to Poland for Yak 12
M14PF 731023, with Barrett pistons, for Canadian Yak 50
M14PF 532052 for CJ-6 in Australia
M14PF 221017 for Radial Rocket in Switzerland. Electric start & electronic ignition. 443hp
M14P 222048 for Yak 12 in Kazakhstan
M14PF 542052 for UK Yak 50
M14PF 634038 with Barrett pistons and electronic ignition, to Germany for Pitts M12
M14PF 142005 with Barrett pistons & electric start for USA 52 TW. 449 corrected hp
M14PF 942053 to USA for a Sukhoi
M14PF 032029 with Barrett pistons to Australia for CJ6. 449 corrected hp!
M14R 342704 for Yak 50 in Belgium. 465hp - our most powerful engine ever!
M14 PF 111048 for a CJ6 in Australia
M 14 PF 132037 for Yak-50 in Belgium
"Super" AI 14RA 832028 for Wilga in Thailand
M 14 PF 121064 with electric start and Barrett pistons for Yak-52 TW in USA. 447 corrected horsepower
NEW M 14 PF KR212049, now checked and updated for Yak-18T in Germany
M 14 PF 841011 with Barrett pistons for SP91 in Germany. 449hp!
M 14 PF 712248 following conversion to PF and SPC pistons - to Sweden for Pitts 12
“New” engine, s/n KR212049, converted to SPC pistons & PF for Yak-18T in Germany.
M 14 PF 132037 for Pitts model 12 in Germany
M 14 PF 932004 for Yak-18T in UK
AI-14RA 812064 - to Romania for Wilga
AI-14RA 816448 - to Poland for Wilga
AI-14RA 810837 - to UK for Wilga
AI-14RA 812099 - to Romania for Wilga
M14P 221051 - to France for Yak-18T
M14P 222053 - to Slovenia for Sukhoi Su29
M14P 222055 - to UK for Yak 52
M14P 232001 - to UK for Yak-52
M14P 442007 - to Australia for scale Bearcat
M14P 612034 - to Spain for Yak-52
M14P 941005 - exported to China (where only new engines accepted) for Yak-12
M14PF 022006 - to Australia for Yak-52TD
M14PF 312068 - to UK for Pitts 12
M14PF 332045 - to USA for Yak-50
M14PF 441007 with barrett pistons for Yak 52 in Australia
M14PF 912021 - to USA for CJ6
M14PF 841008 with electronic ignition to USA for SU-29
M14PF 841008 with Barrett Pistons and electronic ignition for USA Sukhoi
Our new dataplate - of course with original serial no
Sectioned engine Aerometal prepared for display
We warranty all the engines that we sell on the following basis: All our products, whether complete engines; ancillaries or individual parts are warranted for 12 months or 100 flying hours, whichever comes first, from the date of installation. The installation of the item must occur within five years of delivery. Importantly, the customer must have requested long-term conservation for an engine for it to be guaranteed for this five year period. The warranty will not be valid if the engine/component has clearly been misused – for example through overheating. The warranty applies to the original purchaser of the engine and is not transferable without our formal agreement. We will, however, consider problems that occur outside these formal warranty periods. The warranty is restricted to replacement of the failed component, assembly or subassembly, or even engine if relevant, but not for any costs of actual replacement or any consequential losses – (i.e. cost of hiring other aircraft etc.).
We would point out that, even if properly preserved, as our engines are, there is a potential problem of the gaskets and seals drying out over a period of years. In consequence, if an engine is not installed until 4/5 years after delivery, there is a possibility of minor oil leaks, which are not covered in the guarantee.