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  • Re: 914 RPM/ Boost problem – only 1st flight of the day

    by » 11 months ago


    Marc...you are right, it is not the same.  I attached how to do it from the MML, it is in unscheduled maintenance.  I personally am not a fan of doing it on the aircraft since the value is so high and you must not do it using the propeller.  (you will break it) I know that all the iSC do it on the bench with a special holder and check it and can do the separate clutch as well.  If you can support your engine, to stop any twisting of your engine mounts, then perhaps you can do it on the aircraft. 

    Cheers

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  • Re: 914 RPM/ Boost problem – only 1st flight of the day

    by » 11 months ago


    Rotax Wizard wrote:

    Marc...you are right, it is not the same.  I attached how to do it from the MML, it is in unscheduled maintenance.  I personally am not a fan of doing it on the aircraft since the value is so high and you must not do it using the propeller.  (you will break it) I know that all the iSC do it on the bench with a special holder and check it and can do the separate clutch as well.  If you can support your engine, to stop any twisting of your engine mounts, then perhaps you can do it on the aircraft. 

    Cheers

    Thanks RW - yes it sounds like not a good idea to do it on the aircraft - easy to bend the engine mount with such high loads !

     

    Cheers


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