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ROTAX 912 UL | 80 HP ENGINE

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Part# 15-07717
MFR Model# 912UL

Overview

DESCRIPTION
• 4-cylinder
• 4-stroke liquid/air-cooled engine with opposed cylinders
• dry sump forced lubrication with separate oil tank, automatic adjustment by hydraulic valve tappet
• 2 carburetors
• mechanical fuel pump
• dual electronic ignition
• electric starter
• propeller speed reduction unit


FACTS
This series was BRP‘s first Rotax engine dedicated for aircraft application only. The Rotax 912 series is well regarded for its reliability and efficiency and is primarily targeted as the entry level engine in the light aviation industry. The 80 hp version of the Rotax 912 series offers a time between overhauls of 2.000 hours and is available as non-certified (Rotax 912 UL) as well as certified version according to FAR 33 (Rotax 912 F) and JAR 22 (Rotax 912 A).

VERSION
PERFORMANCE
TORQUE
MAX RPM
912 UL1)/F2)/A3)
kW
59.6
ft. lb.
80
1/min
5800
Nm
103
ft. lb.
75.9
1/min
4800
1/min
5800
Limited for max. 5 min.

BORE

STROKE
DISPLACEMENT
FUEL
79.5 mm
3.13 in
61 mm
2.4 in
1211.2 cm3
73.91 cu. in.
min. MON 83 RON 91*
min. AKI 87*
* leaded, unleaded, AVGAS 100LL or Ethanol 10
1) UL = non certified | 2) F = certified acc. to FAR 33 | 3) A = certified acc. to JAR 22

 WEIGHT

kg
lb
 engine with propeller speed reduction unit i = 2.27 (opt. i = 2.43)
55.4
122.0
 overload clutch
1.7
3.7
 exhaust system
4.0
8.8
 external alternator
3.0
6.6
 engine suspension frame
2.0
4.4
 air guide hood
0.8
1.8
 airbox
1.3
2.8



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Q&A

Q: Does one have to burp these Rotax 912 UL engines before starting?

Yes, all 4 stroke Rotax engines require burping on the first flight of the day. The engine has a dry-sump oil system, burping the engine ensures that all the oil is returned to the tank for an accurate reading of the dipstick.