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Our engine reach 1000 Engine Hours very soon.

Do you think we must do this task in MML?

Because Rotax MML saying that in General note:" In the event of lead deposits and/or if slipping is suspected, it will be necessary to check the overload clutch."

So in case we did not find any deposit and / or slipping is suspected so we do nothing with CHECKING OF THE OVERLOAD CLUTCH in MML 05-20-00 page 14

Thank you for response!

 

  • Re: 912 S2 Maintenance Manual Line

    by » one month ago


    Hello ANH,

    Yes, the gearbox and overload clutch must be inspected at 1000 hours regardless of the type of clutch you have or the fuel you operate. If you have a clutch with no lead drain holes and operate with more than 30% 100LL fuel, then you have to conduct a clutch inspection at 600 hours. However, if your clutch has lead drain holes and you operate with more than 30% 100LL fuel, then you can perform the clutch inspection at 1000 hours. Regardless of the fuel you use, the 1000-hour clutch and gearbox inspection is still required.

    Make sure you are using the most up-to-date manuals that can be found in the support/bulletins tab on the Rotax-Owner site or the FlyRotax web site

    https://www.rotax-owner.com/pdf/MML_912-Series_Ed4-Rev1.pdf

     


  • Re: 912 S2 Maintenance Manual Line

    by » one month ago


    Hi Anh,

    RW is very knowledgeable.  Follow RW's recommendation.  Do not let the gearbox go with no maint. You may have a small overhaul / inspection bill now, but if you let it go with no maint. it could get quite expensive. Remember an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.


    Roger Lee
    LSRM-A & Rotax Instructor & Rotax IRC
    Tucson, AZ Ryan Airfield (KRYN)
    520-349-7056 Cell


    Thank you said by: Rotax Wizard

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