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Rotax 912 Engine Introduction, Basic Operation and Maintenance for Pilots and Mechanics
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(Feb 15, 2007)
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This DVD provides tips and techniques for trouble-free operation of a Light-Sport Aircraft (LSA) with a ROTAX engine and provides an introduction to important aspects of maintaining the 912 and 9125. Many engine problems seen in the field are preventable with proper operation and maintenance and the 912 is no exception. Frequently asked questions are answered here based on year of operational and maintenance experience. Outlines typical procedures every owner, operator and mechanic should know. The DVD presentation opens with an overview of the basic 912 components and reviews vital engine fluids in detail. It describes the unique electrical system including ways to avoid costly repairs. Cold weather operations are covered, as is the dual carberetor synchronization for avoiding engine clattering, prolonging engine life, and reducing maintenance costs. Phil Lockwood of Lockwood Aviation (www.lockwood-aviation.com) is the owner and operator of the largest ROTAX service center in the country. Dean Vogel works with Aero Technical Institute, specializing in ROTAX engine maintenance training. They regularly provide in-depth seminars for owners, operators, and mechanics and bring this wealth of experience working with ROTAX engines and customers to this DVD. Program Outline: Components; FAQs; Oil System; Checking Oil; Oil Change Tips; Fuels; Cooling; Electric System; Logbooks and Engine Time; Starting, Idle Speed, Carburetor Balance; Rough Idle Gearbox Clatter; Carburetor Synchronization. There are 17 minutes of Extras - Carburetor; Electric; Crankshaft; Cylinder. Includes booklet with quick reference checklists.
About the Director
Flying for over 30 years, Paul holds ratings with the FAA and the three national organizations with ultralight training exemptions: FAA CFI, Certified Flight Instructor for Weight-Shift Control, Land DPE, Designated Pilot Examiner for Sport Pilots FAA Certified Sport Pilot AFI, Advanced Flight Instructor with USUA, United States Ultralight Association UFI-E, and Ultralight Flight Instructor | Examiner with EAA Experimental Aircraft Association AFI, Advanced Flight Instructor with ASC, Aero Sports Connection Paul is one of the first persons to receive Sport Pilot and Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) certificates in weight-shift control, land category, as well as, Designated Pilot Examiner (DPE) for Sport Pilots. As a DPE he is designated by the FAA to conduct Practical Tests and issue Sport Pilot certification and logbook Sign-Offs for piloting Weight-Shift Control Aircraft. Paul is a member of the NAFI, National Association of Flight Instructors. He is also a Master Rated Hang Glider Pilot and Advanced Rated Paraglider Pilot with the USHGA, United States Hang Gliding Association. Paul began as a flight instructor 25 years ago teaching Hang Gliding with a local ski shop, as well as, developed and taught Hang Gliding with the University of Nevada Reno as a credit course in the athletic department. In 1978 Paul was issued a Patent for a variable camber inflatable wing. He graduated from the University of Nevada Reno with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering specializing in Aeronautics. Paul went on to work as an Engineer in Design, Analysis, and Flight Testing with Lear Fan 2100, developing the business turbo prop jet. After his work at Lear Fan, Paul founded Adventure Productions in 1988, a full service multi-media production company specializing in adventure sport aviation productions. Adventure Productions produces features, DVD / video series, books, and CDs. With a specialty for capturing Point Of View (POV) adventure sport aviation footage,
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