Jose P M Almeida replied to bob noffs's discussion fuel for 110
"Hi Bob. Yes you are right. The manual says maximum of 15% but all auto gas here in Brazil has 25% or 27% ethanol. Since I am monitoring closely and I had no issues with 90 hours of flight and it is a very clean fuel, the only concern would be the…"
Jan 7
bob noffs replied to bob noffs's discussion fuel for 110
"thanks jose. isn't 25% a little high for this engine?"
Jan 7
Jose P M Almeida replied to bob noffs's discussion fuel for 110
"Hi Bob. My 110 engine has 90hs. I use auto gasoline here in Brazil with 25% ethanol. It has 95 octane. I used 100 LL only once just to test. Saw no noticable difference."
Jan 6
bob noffs posted a discussion
hi all, is the proper fuel for the 110 still min. 90 octane. no ethanol preferable but ok. last choice is avgas 100 low lead. thanks, bob noffs
Oct 11, 2020
bob noffs replied to bob noffs's discussion pitch for propeller
"thanks norm, i will probably start with 18."
Oct 9, 2020
Norm Neuls replied to bob noffs's discussion pitch for propeller
"Bob, on my CH-750 I have it set at 19 degrees which gives me about 5200 on takeoff and climb. I previously had it at 18 and as I recall it was around 5400."
Oct 8, 2020
bob noffs posted a discussion
hi all, i have the 110 in an rv-12. can anyone recommend  an initial pitch setting for the whirlwind 3 blade 70'' prop?thanks, bob noffs
Oct 1, 2020
Viking Aircraft Engines replied to bob noffs's discussion viking 110 muffler
"M18x1.5 -Alissa"
Sep 29, 2020
bob noffs posted a discussion
hi all, can anyone tell me the thread type and size of the bung in the side of the muffler. i think it was meant for an o2 sensor? thanks bob noffs
Sep 29, 2020
bob noffs replied to bob noffs's discussion current draw
"thanks norm. i am trying to make a ballpark calc. of how long my battery will last ."
Jan 16, 2020
Norm Neuls replied to bob noffs's discussion current draw
"Bob, I thought Jan might have responded by now. I have a 110 in my 750 so I'll throw this out for what it's worth. Depending on equipment installed (avionics, strobes etc.) I think the worst case scenario would be a little over 20 amps. The fuel…"
Jan 16, 2020
bob noffs posted a discussion
i am sure this has been talked about before but here goes...............how much current does it take to keep a 110 running? pump, ecu, ignition, injectors. i have acouple relays in the mix but i can add those in. thanks, bob noffs
Dec 28, 2019
bob noffs is now a member of Viking Aircraft Engine Forum
Dec 27, 2019