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RAM Dings Continental on Parts Prices »

In one of the more unusual press releases we’ve seen, RAM Aircraft LP, a Waco, Texas engine and mod shop, says Continental Motors’ recent acquisition of ECi “will cost everyone in general aviation.” RAM implies that the loss of competition will drive prices higher on certain engine components that both Continental and ECi, as an independent company, manufactured. “Doesn’t general aviation expect that Continental’s higher prices will continue to grow?” RAM said in its press release. More

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