Do you have what it takes to do your own engine work?? With our new series of engine rebuild DVD’s, CPS makes the process simple and understandable.
Our video will give you a complete and comprehensive step by step inspection and rebuild of the Rotax 447 and 503 engines. We will show you what tools you will have to have on hand before getting started plus a few that you might want to invest in for the future if you plan on wrenching for hire. We’ll show you what to look for when diagnosing a failed engine. We’ll explore all the options available to you when evaluating vital wear parts.
After the parts have been evaluated we will completely reassemble our engine using all proper torque values, Loctites, and sealants. And finally we will show you the tests we perform on the bench to assure all important functions of the engine are working correctly.
Easy Access: Navigating your DVD is easy with our handy chapter and scene index booklet showing every screen title in chronological order. On-screen menus guide you quickly to any subject matter with a push of your remote control. Our DVD’s play on most any DVD player in any part of the world and are CSS Encrypted for piracy protection. Picture Quality: The professional grade 3-chip (3CCD) camcorders we use provide excellent clarity and picture quality. The on-screen copy gives you all proper toque valves, Loctites, and sealants for every step of the process, making flipping through reference material a thing of the past.
Experience: CPS President, Mike Stratman, is chief mechanic throughout the video providing you the narration and experience of nearly 30 years of in the Ultralight aircraft industry.
What’s Included in the package:
1. All our DVD’s include a chapter and scene index booklet showing every screen title in chronological order making navigation to a particular screen quick and easy. A Tool List gives you a detailed checklist of the items you need to do the work along with the part number to purchase any item in the CPS Catalog.
Run time: 109 Minutes
Please note, Aircraft Spruce's personnel are not certified aircraft mechanics and can only provide general support and ideas, which should not be relied upon or implemented in lieu of consulting an A&P or other qualified technician. Aircraft Spruce assumes no responsibility or liability for any issue or problem which may arise from any repair, modification or other work done from this knowledge base. Any product eligibility information provided here is based on general application guides and we recommend always referring to your specific aircraft parts manual, the parts manufacturer or consulting with a qualified mechanic.