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Subaru SVX powered Velocity - new improved ECU - runs nice N smooth......

First run on the Subaru SVX engine with new Tracy Crook ECU- runs like a top- still need to do the tuning- will post again for taxi test


 


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Rotary (Wankle Engine) in a Velocity SE Aircraft
Mazda 13b turbo block rotary with Mistral intake, RWS Redrive, EM2, EC2 ported with a medium street port





Al Gietzen starting his 3-rotor Mazda powered Velocity at Camarillo.
After finishing a photo-shoot and an interview for an article in CONTACT! Magazine and EAA's Experimenter, Al sparks his SWEET sounding engine.





First Flight of Millin Velocity N114MV
Inaugural flight of our Velocity XL/FG. The aircraft took 12 years to complete. I am a slow builder. Many, many thanks to my good friends that helped me along the way. It has been an incredible journey.





Glasair 1RG Fly By 260 MPH - Subaru EG33 Motor
Father-In-Law's first flight in a Glasair aircraft powered by a Subaru Alcyone SVX EG33 six cylinder 202 cubic inch engine. He had never before experienced any "G Loads" and handled them well. Watch us make a high speed missed approach.





V6 Velocity Run
Winker Custom built 340HP 4.3L V-6 in a Velocity 173 FGE. Lots of power for a high density altitude.





400 HP Corvette V8 Engine in a Cessna 172 - experimental
Quiet Aviation has put the convenience, power and reliability of Detroit's best engineering into a complete package that can be installed in a variety of experimental aircraft. Visit www.quietaviation.com to learn more about this unique and groundbreaking aviation technology.





Jed's Trip in a Velocity XL at Big South Fork Airpark
A short video of my recent flight in Velocity Aircraft's Velocity XL kit plane. We took it up for a spin at Big South Fork Airpark in Oneida, Tennessee, and had a great time. The Velocity XL has the largest cabin of all 4 seat kit aircraft. With 47.5" shoulder to shoulder, the XL is, in fact, larger than most general aviation aircraft including most twins. With recommended engine capacity of 260 to 310 HP, expect a cruise speed of 200 knots (230 mph)... from what must be one of the world's most spacious and practical single engine aircraft! The "XL" stands for Xtra Large...and this plane is extra wide by 5.5" and extra long by 10". In addition, the pilot/co-pilot height is increased by 1" and the rear seat height increased by 2". Extra fuel (up to 93 gal) to feed an extra large engine 260 and 310 horse power.





Geared Drives 200Z PSRU For Subaru
At the time this was the worlds only Subaru on an RV9A using a hydraulic constant speed prop. This prototype unit has all of the same features of the original Geared Drives PSRU including its own oil reservoir, oil pump and filtration system, drive port for hydraulic prop governor, and flywheel and centrifugal clutch assembly. This airplane with the P2 prototype Geared Drives PSRU can be seen at Sun n Fun Air Show, Lakeland, FL, April 21-26, 2009. Look for the Geared Drives booth N52 for directions the aircraft location.





Velocity JET
Experimental Homebuilt Velocity XLRG powered with T58-8F





Glasair 1RG Low Pass - Subaru SVX EG33 engine flyby
A Subaru Alcyone EG-33 six cylinder automible engine powers this aircraft. Watch the high speed missed approach. This Glasair airplane is so fun to fly ... I just hope they don't make it illegal.





Quickie Q2 Q200 Fly by Landings and take offs Subaru power
Quickie Q2 Q200 Fly by Landings and take offs Subaru powered (EJ22)





E6 Egg Subaru engine propeller trim balance N707SM
Michael OBrien doing a full power run on his Eggenfellner E6 engine at KDWA for propeller trim balancing prior to 1st flight... Subaru based 6 cylinder engine is turning a Quinti/Sensenich 4 blade hollow composite c/speed electric prop.. This sube engine runs so smooth its unreal!





Homebuilt airplane with Subaru motor + 3 turbos for high altitude flying
Subaru ej22 car motor with 3 turbo chargers and a burn box. Petrol goes by hot Exhaust to vaporize it - the burn box air is direct from one turbo unit. When you turn on petrol in the chamber and ignited the hot Exhaust is mixed with motor Exhaust to run the other turbo chargers that one needs at high elevation (10,000 m. altitude plus). I likes song Blinded by Science because forward view is not so good because of the "science". ha, ha. Airplane kit info: http://www.zenithair.com





Turbo rotary in Velocity aircraft
First start with turbo installed. There has been no tuning to the MAP table yet. I cranked it over and it started. Forgive the artifacts as this was taken on my old phone. I am not as close to the prop as it seems. Remember, this is before ANY tuning.....just getting an idea of where to start following the turbo install.





Velocity Subaru SVX Turbo
First extended run on N6425M with 6 Cylinder Subaru SVX turbocharged- full ignition at 1:48





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