If you have one of the newer Viking 110 engines with an aluminum colored chain housing and a single aft top ear supporting the alternator, this additional braze will further support the alternator and prevent a possible crack in the aluminum ear.Read more…
At your suggestion, I'm looking into changing my 110 legacy wiring diagram to the same one used with the 130 engine. I'm very much in favor of the change but have a couple questions.
I notice the ECU shows 2 inputs connected directly to the +1Read more…
I'm attempting to remove the gearbox for the Flywheel upgrade on my 110 engine but I'm running into trouble. The gearbox is completely disconnected except for the connection to the rubber couplers. I've tried everything I can think of to get the geRead more…
All Viking 110 engines with aluminum flywheels (gold anodized or aluminum colored) should be replaced with the latest steel flywheel Exceptions is only for those inspecting the flywheel for cracks before every flight. Email Viking of how to obtain thRead more…
Valve cover change info. Install using the following parts:
- One foot aluminum tubing5/8 x 0.035
- One plug1/8 NPT
- One 90 degree barbed fitting 1/2 black
- Wire loom protective cover
- Wire loom protective cover 2
- All of these parts -Valve co
With the introduction of the "B" models Sonex now has standard FWF packages for the Rotax 912 series and the UL Power 350i(s) on top to the already standard VW and Jabiru/Camit options.
Are there any plans to design a Viking FWF package for the "B" MoRead more…
All Viking engines now must use this idler pulley.
(Unless your engine was delivered after the 2014 model year)
Gates 36026 Drive Belt Idler Pulley
Use 12mm washers or fabricate a spacer to align pulley with crankshaft pulley.Read more…
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The engine “Know” what the temperature and manifold pressure is. From this, the correct amount of…"
I did some experiments with the coil spring, compressed it with a hydraulic press on a scale until I didn't dare compress any more.
Viking steel bungee spring compression rate
I started my 801 in 2008. I’m getting close to finishing it now and my original bungee is sagging. I would rather change it for a spring than buy a bungee that I’ll have to change every year. I just wanted to make sure the Viking…"
The inner diameter of the tube seemed to be a little tight and…"