Deep Inside Our Rotax Instructional DVD

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Alan Laymon, owner of Solo Aviation, an authorized Rotax repair station with 10 years of experience with 2 cycle aircraft engines, explains in clear language at each step of his inspection process as he disassembles an engine. You can now see and understand what procedures are involved with the 150 and 300 hour inspection/rebuild services. Alan points out the places carbon accumulates, where the common areas of wear occur, and other signs indicating the possibility of potential failures. The specialized Rotax engine tools are demonstrated as to their function in removing various internal components. Installation and maintenance tricks are also demonstrated and explained for the purpose of heading off future engine failures that can lead to disaster. You can now watch over the shoulder of an authorized Rotax service technician as he tears down a 2 cycle aircraft engine!
If you can't attend a Rotax engine workshop, then owning this DVD is the next best thing! Clips from the DVD "Deep Inside Your Rotax"
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  • One of the most detailed carburetor overhauls you have ever seen - with clear explanations at each step!
  • What comes in a carb rebuild kit... where do all the pieces go?
  • Identification and removal of all carb jets and float adjustment
  • Overwhelming evidence of what moisture does inside your engine
  • How moisture gets into your engine!
  • The proper way to clean and re-oil those air filters
  • Where carbon accumulates inside the engine, and what components have to be removed to clean it off!
  • Some examples of the impact of using unofficial Rotax parts in an aircraft engine
  • How the fan belt is adjusted and removed
  • Operation of the specialty tools for component removal & consequences of not using them
  • Common problems to avoid when re-installing heads
  • How the throttle cable attaches to the carburetor
  • Things to look for when inspecting a used engin



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Q: Which Rotax engines does this instructional video cover?

The video covers the 503/447 and 582 model Rotax engines.

Q: Which Rotax engines does this instructional video cover?

The video covers the 503/447 and 582 model Rotax engines.

Q: Is the DVD deep inside your Rotax is in NTSC or PAL video format?

It is in NTSC format.

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