Home Built Aircraft - Alternative Engines

Home Built Aircraft - Alternative Engines - Geo/Suzuki
If you are interested in alternative engines for experimental (Home
built) aircraft you are invited to join the flyGeo_uncensored group and learn about the fantastic Geo/Suzuki engines used in aircraft.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FlyGeo_uncensored
Both bolt on gearbox and cog belt redrives and all other aircraft conversion parts are available for very reasonable cost. Turbo versions are available also. Gearbox type redrives for around US$1750- The Geo/Suzuki engine uses about half the fuel that the two stroke engines use. The 1.3 litre four cylinder Suzuki engine beats the Rotax 912 in power and weight, again both gearbox and belt type redrives are available. The Geo/Suzuki one litre engine weighs a little more than a Rotax 582, it produces 62 HP normally aspirated but with a better, flatter torque curve, turbo produces over 80 HP . All those advantages plus flying engines with the hours up to prove them and last but not lease, far, far cheaper than a Rotax two or four stroke engine. One person on the group has over 1000 hours on one installation. FlyGeo_uncensored is a very active and helpful group that is also a fun group and is no doubt with over 900 members the fastest growing aircraft alternative engine groups.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FlyGeo_uncensored
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Light weight low cost four stroke engines, good Rotax replacements.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FlyGeo_uncensored
I thought this would be interesting for people on this group.
The Geo/Suzuki one litre engine weighs a little more than a Rotax 582, it produces 62 HP normally aspirated but with a better, flatter torque curve. Both bolt on gearbox and cog belt redrives and all other aircraft conversion parts are available for very reasonable cost. Turbo versions are available also. Gearbox type redrives for around US$1750- The Geo/Suzuki engine uses about half the fuel that the two stroke engines use. The 1.3 litre four cylinder Suzuki engine beats the Rotax 912 in power and weight, again both gearbox and belt type redrives are available. All those advantages plus flying engines with the hours up to prove them and last but not lease, far, far cheaper than a Rotax. There is a Yahoo group about these fantastic little engines used in aircraft, it is a very active and helpful group. One person on the group has over 1000 hours on one installation.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FlyGeo_uncensored
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Light weight low cost four stroke engines, good Rotax replacements.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FlyGeo_uncensored
I thought this would be interesting for people on this group.
The Geo/Suzuki one litre engine weighs a little more than a Rotax 582, it produces 62 HP normally aspirated but with a better, flatter torque curve. Both bolt on gearbox and cog belt redrives and all other aircraft conversion parts are available for very reasonable cost. Turbo versions are available also. Gearbox type redrives for around US$1750- The Geo/Suzuki engine uses about half the fuel that the two stroke engines use. The 1.3 litre four cylinder Suzuki engine beats the Rotax 912 in power and weight, again both gearbox and belt type redrives are available. All those advantages plus flying engines with the hours up to prove them and last but not lease, far, far cheaper than a Rotax. There is a Yahoo group about these fantastic little engines used in aircraft, it is a very active and helpful group. One person on the group has over 1000 hours on one installation.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FlyGeo_uncensored
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