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  1. Time Left: 28 days and 18 hours

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    Cylinder Honing Tool


    Kawungan, Queensland - AU

  2. Time Left: 28 days and 18 hours

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    SP 8-ton hydraulic puller + bearing puller.


    Kawungan, Queensland - AU

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    Bench stand suitable for Rotax 2-stroke engine. Price: $100


    Kawungan, Queensland - AU

  4. Time Left: 28 days and 15 hours

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    Rotax 2-stroke (582) overhaul tools Part numbers from Rotax MMH (October 01 2020) Puller Plate 876081 Puller M42x1.5 Assy (876065) 876066 Aligning Tool 876904 Extrusion Jig (for rotary valve shaft) 876612 Circlip Installation tool 877805 Piston Pin Extractor Assy 877091 Allen key with Pilot, 8mm (0.315 in) 277817 Locking Pin 876640 Mounting Yoke 876880 Puller Assy, M28x1 276808 Puller Assy 877379 Protection Mushroom 877415 Flywheel Puller Assy 877425 Protection Mushroom 876552 Would prefer to sell as a job lot. Price: $1,200


    Kawungan, Queensland - AU

  5. Since October 2018 attendees have also had to complete the online course whereas previously RAAus attendees obtained their L1 by forwarding the certificate. If you are in Rockhampton, Steve Bartlett is looking to host a course there and has all the details. Otherwise email me [email protected] and Carole will send details or add you to our waiting list
  6. Unfortunately none that I am aware of (apart from the one mentioned above). Kev
  7. Carole and I have been running our Sport Aviation & Rotax Maintenance course (previously known as the WM/Rotax maintenance course) at various venues in Australia since 2012. This is a two day course with classroom and practical elements which include: wirelocking, filter inspection, conrod bearing testing, carb sync for both 2-stroke and 4-stroke and differential pressure testing. It is the HGFA Airframe and Engine course mentioned in the RAAus Technical Manual. To date, we have completed 44 courses in NSW, VIC, WA, SA and Qld, but are currently ‘on hold’ due to Covid-19 restrictions.
  8. Excellent write up Kasper. I would and will vote for you on this alone. Good luck.
  9. The AirVenture at Oshkosh, WI, USA is having it’s 50th Anniversary this year. We have booked a house which is a 13 minute walk away from the Hilton Garden Inn’s entrance to the venue, where you catch the free ‘internal’ buses. We only need one room, so have two queen bedrooms and a room with two single (bunk beds) available for between 20th – 30th July. AirVenture runs from between Sunday 21st to Sunday 28th July. The cost will be per room and in Australia dollars. Shared kitchen and bathroom but otherwise a private house, near restaurants and shopping. Do your own thing, just need to
  10. Larry at Adelaide Airsports has a neat Cygnet for sale
  11. DrZoos The RAAus are recognising the course as an alternative pathway to L1. Everyone who has completed it, (regardless of what they fly, so fixed wing and weightshift alike), have received their L1 rating and therefore do not need to do the on-line test. We supply a list of names to RAAus Technical after each course. The course is referenced in the new RAAus Technical Manual, but unfortunately was not mentioned in the group email sent out recently, or in the Sport Pilot. Kev
  12. Sorry Mark. The Gympie course is full (subject to confirmations). I have sent you a PM
  13. The courses cover maintenance on Rotax 2-stroke and 4-stroke (including the 912 ULS)
  14. Hi Guys I appreciate the interest in the courses I am running, but please be aware they are Weightshift Microlight/Rotax maintenance courses, although the majority of the material would be of interest to 3-axis owners. I would suggest you contact your RAA Technical Manager to see what is coming up next year with regards to courses run directly by and through the RAA. Darren has attended one of my courses, so he would be able to tell you directly whether he thinks it worthwhile for you to attend one or, as a 3-axis owner whether he has something more relevant coming up. After talking
  15. The only comparison I can see that slb was making was that the HGFA courses are entirely voluntary and the hope is that RAA do not mandate the upcoming courses for their L1s and L2s. I assume they would be conducting these courses for trike pilots as well as their 3-axis pilots? Safe Flying Kev
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