We have over 30 years experience with all makes and models rebuilding 2 cycle engines
used in the ultralight aircraft.
All engine rebuilds include photos of the condition
when shipped in.
We record the serial number tag
We photo the disassembly and all parts replaced with Rotax part
numbers and we photo reassembly phases for your confidence.
You will also get documentation which will further aid you should you
decide to sell your aircraft.
For the last 21 years we
are the only ones in the repair business to do this.
Here's what we do;
Photo engine before teardown
Check compression before and document in writing and photo
and photo the drive system
Remove and photo all housings and recoil assembly
Plug all ports and Walnut shell blast casing and photo
the magneto side and photo
Remove exhaust and intake, bead blast exhaust manifold
and walnut shell Blast intake manifold
heads, cylinders and pistons
Deglaze cylinders, cross hatch cylinders, check all tolerances
Replace pistons (if needed), rings, wrist pin bearings-caged and wrist pins replaced
Split the crankcase- we always
replace both mag and pto outer bearings and seals
Walnut blast the crankcases upper
and lower and true the halves
Clean and reassemble with a special non hardening silicone
on all gaskets except exhaust(not auto store RTV)
All gaskets replaced and tolerances rechecked on engine at reassembly and documented
All nuts and bolts torqued to specs documented
Compression checked and documented
timing checked to specs
New O ring for gear case housing mount
Documentation with photo packet recorded with document number
break-in data time sheet