Modifying the 0-200a

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Modifying the 0-200a

Postby SportPilot55 » Tue Dec 19, 2006 4:09 pm

I have an 0-200a in my Zodiac 601 and would like to improve on the HP currently at 100. The compression is 7:1 so I believe there is a place where I can improve.
Does anyone have experience with this or can advise?
thanks
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0-200

Postby S7flyer » Mon Nov 03, 2008 2:34 pm

Has anyone found an advantage of this engine over the Rotax 912ULS?
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Postby rogpoyn » Tue Feb 03, 2009 3:00 am

One way to increase hp and compression is to use the c85 pistons.  I think that the use of 100ll would be required since it will increase the compression and the risk of detonation.  The c85 pistons have the same bore but are a bit taller.  Also I seem to remember a reprofiled after market cam shaft that might be worth looking into. Have a good one Roger
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Re: 0-200

Postby iHATErotax » Fri Sep 16, 2011 11:57 pm

S7flyer wrote:Has anyone found an advantage of this engine over the Rotax 912ULS?

yeah. Better TBO=Money, LEss complex easy to work on= save money, tons of parts to be had and many used engines=saves money, sounds like a REAL airplane engine not an RC.
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Re: Modifying the 0-200a

Postby aeromike49 » Sat Dec 03, 2011 11:29 am

Call Lycon in Visalia Calif (559) 651 1070 or check the web site for Lycon
for info on HP increase including pistons etc. They can help
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