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  • Re: Needle clips

    by » 6 months ago


    yeah it is elsa now. Again what is the 1470 normal temperature for then? 

    Like I said with 155 jet it could almost never get to 1400. I think rich it better but how do you know what's important in the manuals.  I have fowled a couple plugs as well. 

    I got this from the new manual and looks like they increased the max since my old manual was published?

    It sure looks like the company likes them running over 1400 to me?  This might warrant someone from rotax to chime in?

    RPMs Take off speed - 5,800 rpm (5 min. max) Max. Continuous speed - 5,500 Idle Speed - near 1,400 rpm CHT Max. Temp. - 150˚C (300˚F) EGT Normal 1,472˚ F Max. - 1,652˚F 4-6” From Exhaust valve - 2” From Engine Coolant Pressure 12-17 PSI Oil Pressure Normal-58 PSI Max. - 72 PSI Min. - 22 PSI @ 2,800 rpm Cold Start Max. - 102 PSI Oil Temperature Most favorable operating temp: 190˚-230˚F (90-110˚

     

     


  • Re: Needle clips

    by » 6 months ago


    "Normal" readings apply to engines with factory specs.  Once you change those specs, who's to say what's normal anymore??


  • Re: Needle clips

    by » 6 months ago


    None of the egt numbers changed with the modification. .The manufacturer  states to use the rotax manual . So you are saying to ignore what rotax the manual states?

    So what part of the manual is important to your engine?

     


  • Re: Needle clips

    by » 6 months ago


    Fred, are you running with an airbox breathing fresh air, or the warm air under the cowling ?


  • Re: Needle clips

    by » 6 months ago


    factory air box

     


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