Mazda 20B (3 Rotor) Rotary aircraft engine, second run.
This engine was built with Racing Beat aluminum panels, hand cast aluminum Intake manifold. Custom dual servo fly by wire throttle body. Carbon fiber plenum and runners.
It uses 550CC Ford Racing injectors, Real world ECU and prop drive. Inconel headers, Spin Tech muffler, and 2.5 years of work !
The dry sump configuration allowed for custom mounts that mate up to a dynafocal mount designed for an IO-540 engine.
This engine is estimated at 330HP and the net weight change to the aircraft is expected to be 250 to 300 lbs lighter but still with 10% more horsepower.
Oldest Iinverted 4 cylinder 1929 Aircraft engine - Start Up
family of four, six and twelve-cylinder inverted inline air-cooled engine
used on light aircraft. First produced in 1929, the Minor engines have
steel cylinders, aluminum heads and overhead valves, with identical bore
and stroke of 105 mm (4.1 in) and 115 mm (4.5 in), respectively. Typical
power ratings varied from 105 hp to 160 hp. Today Avia continues to
produce the Minor.
Minor M 337
Minor 12 1-MR
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The only working Junkers L5 aircraft engine at start-up. As seen at AERO
Mazda Rotary Dyno Massive 1664HP
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What its like owning a 3 Rotor 20B RX-7
I have one of the most amazing custom RX-7s in the world. I want to share
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I explain where the engine came from, why its so special, and what it does
to a Mazda RX-7
SCREAMING 20B rotary engine dyno ~ JPC
Centreline Suspension's 20B PP rotary engine from their Mazda RX-7 Sports
Sedan circuit racer on the Dyno at JPC.
Suzuki A50 fitted with a Sachs KM3 wankel (rotary) engine.
How Lycoming Builds Aircraft Engines
During its 85 years of building aircraft engines, Lycoming has seen vast
changes in the market. Today, it has to survive building a fraction of the
engines it once produced. In this video, AVweb's Paul Bertorelli gives a
detailed video tour of the plant and explains how the company has
reinvented itself with modernization.