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Thursday, 03 December 2020 09:13

ROTAX Carburetor Floats Identification

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A new version of carburetor floats (Part number 861189) has been introduced for Rotax® Engine Type 912, 914 and 2-stroke (Series).

Experts agree that a used aircraft should be inspected by a qualified technician before negotiating the final selling price. Even if you are a mechanically inclined pilot, the excitement of buying an aircraft can cause people to get caught up in the emotions and can lead to missed mechanical, cosmetic and safety issues during visual inspections and test flights. There is a lot to consider when inspecting an aircraft: the FAA has published the comprehensive Advisory Circular AC 43.13-1B which weighs in at 646 pages!  

We have produced a video segment in which we cover important information you need to know when doing a pre-purchase inspection on a Rotax powered aircraft. (You can CLICK THIS LINK to view the final inspection report.) 

Watch our Rotax 912ULS powered Kitfox V Pre-Buy inspection video to follow along as we cover the WHY, WHO, and HOW regarding a pre-purchase inspection for your Rotax powered aircraft!

100th Anniversary Limited Edition

 

Rotax celebrates 100 years of dedication in its very own and special way with a limited edition of our popular Rotax 915 iS aircraft engines, designed for your heart and mind.

Limited Edition Package
Additionally, to the unique Rotax 100 years edition design we also offer an attractive package of services.
Each 100 year edition comes with the following benefits:

Service-Kits
• two boxes of 100 hours service-kits
• one box of a 200 hours service-kit, already included in the engine crate

Rotax Extended Service Terms (R.E.S.T.)
Additional Limited Extended Warranty under our R.E.S.T. program, which means additional coverage of 3 years or up to TBO (whatever comes first).

Rotax 100 years Merchandise Collection
The limited edition package also includes a voucher for the “100 years Rotax-Merchandise Collection”.

 

Dynamic, turbocharged iS engine with best power-to-weight ratio, full take-off power and a service ceiling up to 23.000 feet. 

  • 4-cylinder
  • 4-stroke liquid/air-cooled engine with opposed cylinders
  • Dry sump forced lubrication with separate oil tank, 
    automatic adjustment by hydraulic valve tappets
  • Redundant electronic fuel injection and ignition
  • Engine management system (EMS)
  • Electric starter (12 or 24 volt)
  • Propeller speed reduction gearbox
  • Air intake system with intercooler
  • Turbocharger with stainless steel exhaust
  • TBO (Time between overhauls) 1,200 hours


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