There are a lot of O-200 engines in service, and many more will arrive via the new LSA standards. These engines have a well earned history as an aviation power plant. Modernizing them with electronic ignition will only enhance their value, and E-MAG is pleased to be playing a part.
The O-200 E-MAG will benefit from over five years of design evolution that have gone into our current (Lycoming) line. So it will begin service with a significant head-start. O-200 ignitions will be available in the P model (with the built-in power back). Each ignition will need a gear adapter (sold separately) that will allow you to use your existing drive gear.
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The E-Mag lead kit is our stocking part number 07-02716. You can see an image of the harness and connectors on our web site. Looks to have standard automotive style connectors.
No, experimental aircraft only.
That is the price for one.
These are approx 1 lb lighter than most Slick mags.
Per EMAG: Yes, we can set for reverse rotation here (when requested by customer in advance). However, there is no simple mechanical interface to mate with the common VW engines out there.