Superior Air Parts brings back XP-Engine Build School

xp-360Superior Air Parts, Inc., announced today that the company is again offering its popular XP-Engine Build School at its Coppell, Texas headquarters. This program was available before Superior's reorganization, and was well attended by homebuilders wanting to have a hand in assembling their own engine.Glen Golden, of Superior elaborated.

"When we started shipping complete XP-Engines again last year, it was our goal to offer our customers the enjoyable and educational option of coming here to Texas to assemble their own XP-Engines," explained Golden. "Superior pioneered the 'Build-It-Yourself' engine build school for the XP-Engines in 2003 and we are very excited to again make the classes available to today's XP-Engine customers."

Golden said that while the three-day Engine Build Schools attract all kinds of builders, they all share the common desire of wanting to know what’s going on inside their engines.


"They’re spending countless hours building their airplane [or helicopter] and this is just the logical next-step for many of them," he explained. "It's extremely informative and educational at a number of levels. In the past we have even had XP-Engine owners attend who didn't actually build their engines, they just wanted to observe one of our expert engine builders putting their engine together."
Golden said that Superior's XP-Build School programs are available for XP-320, XP-360 and XP-400 Engine owners.

For Build School pricing and available dates, please call Brent Henman at: 972-829-4635.

Paul Dye

Paul Dye, Kitplanes® Editor in Chief, retired as a Lead Flight Director for NASA’s Human Space Flight program, with 40 years of aerospace experience on everything from Cubs to the space shuttle. An avid homebuilder, he began flying and working on airplanes as a teen, and has experience with a wide range of construction techniques and materials. He flies an RV-8 and a Subsonex jet that he built, an RV-3 that he built with his pilot wife, as well as a Dream Tundra they completed. Currently, they are building a Xenos motorglider. A commercially licensed pilot, he has logged over 5000 hours in many different types of aircraft and is an A&P, EAA Tech Counselor, and Flight Advisor, as well as a member of the Homebuilder’s Council. He consults and collaborates in aerospace operations and flight-testing projects across the country.

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