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Jabiru 2210 engine

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passing on info......

 

i queried moreys.......does the addition of moreys into fuel, ( mogas ) cause any deterioration to fuel quality if unused for some time.............NO

 

adding moreys to avgas 100LL ( GA aviation )........yes / no...............yes, no problems at all.

 

so there you go.......( have the mails if you want )

 

 

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What about their oil additive?

 

Its been recommended for jabs too, but rates are very high, like 25%

 

 

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I wouldn't be surprised if it never comes out and jab's suddenly start coming out with a UL power motor or something... I have no idea though but just a feeling.

 

 

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There are a few more jabs with rotax engines now, heard of 2 more in the last few weeks, and another wanting to fit one to a j230. But still Jabiru refuse to consider the possibility and the success that could follow.

 

 

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"End of the year" was the last quote

 

Right now there are no options so its likely other engines will become more popular.

 

They really are pinning company on this new engine release and success.

 

A approved 912 FWF conversion might save them in the training market but would kill off the 2210 I suspect.

 

 

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true but max MTOW under RAA has gone up and without other options customers have not much choice regards to price

 

BUT unless Jabiru approve it, it cant be used in LSA (or Cert models) and therefore for training

 

 

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A heavier engine has to be counterbalanced by more weight at the opposite end. Mass at the extremes of the fuselage are not conducive to good handling. Spin characteristics etc. Nev

 

 

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