Find One of Over 500 Customers on the Map


We have introduced a map to enable builders and flyers to see where other Viking customers are in relation to eachother. It is a work in progress and we are still continuing to add names daily. If you see an area you would like to contact a customer and reach out to contact Alissa@VikingAircraftEngines.com for more information.



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When you install an O-200 engine, or a Viking 130 aircraft engine, the weight of the aircraft will be about the same.


  • You will have 30 more HP and close to 100% more static thrust.  
  • You will have a 2018 model Honda, usually built in America - not a 1945 design now sold to China
  • You will have 5,000 Honda dealerships from where you can get parts.  
  • You will have DIRECT, into the cylinders, fuel injection.  No carburetor anywhere
  • You will pay much less for much more.

NEW! Every Viking Customer has their own page on our website to showcase their aircraft which will also coincide with the map. If you want your aircraft displayed, please send me in some pictures at Alissa@Vikingaircraftengines.com


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    • Ronald, did you already install the fuel system as shown in the schematic, or asking a question?  

    • It's  installed an under test with a temporary fuel supply as the wings are not installed at this time Loren.

    • Is this a new build, or just replacing the engine?  While it looks as if your fuel system would work fine, I'm surprised you're not installing a Viking header tank with integral fuel pumps.

    • Its a new build (701, Zenair floats). Viking F/W/F, fuel kit, two header tanks with pumps, manifold, barb fittings, check valves, bleeder fitting, and fuel hose supplied by Viking. Aluminum tubing with AN-6 D nuts a sleeves flared from the fuel tanks to a SPRL fuel valve (fuel and return). Installed a fine filter with pressure sensor and AN 6 D fittings. The home run hose ( supplied  by Viking) from the filter to the mechanical fuel pump has Phenix AN 6 D fitting with VIton O-Ring seal and hose barb. Thanks for your interest Loren.

    • Tryi g to follow the above. What return are you talking about?


      airplane looking good. 

      the radiator enclosure will cook the engine.  Start out with maximum cooling / least resistance. Close it up later if you must. 

    • Ok, now I get it.  I didn't realise those were the small header tanks w/integral fuel pumps.  Makes more sense to me now.  Bob Jones has the only 701 in our area, that I can think of, flying around on floats and skis.  

  • Working on the cowling for my CH 701 amphibian this week.3635565801?profile=RESIZE_930x

  • are the fuel pumps on the header tanks the same high pressure pumps used to fuel the whole system, or do you need more pumps ?


    • If you're talking about the Viking 130, the pumps at the header tank push fuel at around 42 psi to the high pressure pump (attached to the engine), which then boosts the pressure as high as 2,200psi. 

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