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912/914 HEAVY MAINTENANCE COURSE from California Power Systems
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Fall 2020

Price is $650 plus a $50 administrative fee per certification; early registration is recommended since class sizes are strictly limited.

After registration, you will be contacted for payment by Bryan Toepfer of California Power Systems.

CLASS OVERVIEW:This class is for technicians wanting to perform the most in depth field level maintenance tasks on Rotax 912 series engines. The classroom engine will be completely disassembled with the exception of splitting the crankcase.

This is a three day 24 hour class that qualifies graduates to maintain 912 and 914 engines under ASTM standards as set forth by the Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) regulations. Passing a written exam is required for certification and graduates will be issued an iRMT (independent Rotax Maintenance Technician) badge and service number good for two years. Classes start at 8am and finish around 4pm daily.

Eric Tucker, a 30-year veteran of Rotax maintenance instruction will instruct this course. Mr. Tucker works closely with Rotax-Austria in the design and maintenance of all forms of Rotax two and four stroke aircraft engines. Mr. Tucker has been a member of the FAA advisory committee on the formation of Light Sport Aircraft category and has been instrumental in developing many of the training and maintenance programs surrounding Light Sport Aircraft.

This course will supply attendees with the following information and skills:

    Complete Carburetor Overhaul
    Cooling System Removal and water pump replacement
    Gearbox Rebuilding
    Clutch Removal and Servicing
    Lubrication Oil Pump Removal And Refit
    Valve Replacement And Grinding
    Cylinder Head Overhaul
    914 Turbo Programming and Maintenance
    FLYDAT Digital panel access and programming

This course is only offered to current 912/914 Service and Maintenance rated iRMT technicians with a minimum of two years of certification. Exceptions may be made to the two year requirement on a case by case basis, please contact Bryan Toepfer for more information (contact information listed below).

All tools, reading materials, and supplies will be provided. Some students have found it helpful to bring a laptop or tablet to access the digital manuals; a free WIFI connection is available in the classroom.

Completion of this course may qualify graduates to receive Independent Repair Center (iRC) status, offering parts discounts, free marketing and customer referrals.

The classroom is 20 minutes from The Ontario International Airport (ONT), about an hour drive from Los Angeles International (LAX), and about 40 minutes from John Wayne International (SNA).

All classes will be held in our training facility at the Corona Airport (KAJO).

1900 Aviation Dr, Corona, CA 92880
Corona Airport

If you have any questions, comments or concerns please email