Dan Kent Posted March 24, 2013 Report Share Posted March 24, 2013 http://www.eaavideo.org/video.aspx?v=2242926960001 Roger, I have attended the Rotax 2 day maintenance course (not line maintenance or heavy maintenance) mainly to learn more about the engine I fly behind. I recently watched this webinar and most of it was familiar. A couple of points that were new to me was how small their aviation business was (2% of all engines) and they suggest that even the Honeywell solid state oil pressure sender to be mounted on the firewall. I have the Honeywell sender but it is on the engine and the presssures are very stable - maybe 2-3 psi change during cruise. So far I have about 140 hours on it. What has your experience been with the Honeywell unit and should I pursue getting it moved to the firewall.? i brought this up with the US importer of my LSA and they were reluctant to move it. At the time I thought the issue was with the VDO sender and the solid state units were ok on the engine, so I didn't press the issue. Thanks in advance. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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