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0470-11 and 0470-13

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what is the difference in these two motors and which would work best on a 13' combee?
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Re: 0470-11 and 0470-13

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O-470-11 - 213 hp (159 kW) at 2600 rpm, dry weight 391 lb (177 kg)
- two sixth order dampers. Certified 19 January 1951

O-470-13 - 225 hp (168 kW) at 2600 rpm, dry weight 415 lb (188 kg)
- one fifth and one sixth order dampers or two sixth order dampers. Certified 19 January 1951
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thanks for the info, i'm thinking about replacing my 220 with one of those. Just not sure which one would work the best.
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Isn't one of those engines flanges on crank and one is splined?
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I had the O-470-13 and loved it. It has a standard crank flange and is also an angle vavle. If I am not mistaken, the -11 is a straigt valve motor.
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