The 'wing engine would be "somewhat" heavier than a rotax.
Eugene Wendland wrote:
I was looking at the Honda Goldwing engine and was wondering if anyone has used these four and six cylinder, horizontally opposed engines in an airplane. These look as though they would be a perfect low-price substitute for a Rotax 912 or any other 80 - 100 h.p. engines. If anyone has any ideas about these, I'd really like to hear them.
I saw an article in Kitplanes a few years ago on the 1200 cc goldwing conversion but can't remember the year. should be about 6 yrs ago or so jjone...@aol.comI remember that. They took out the reverse gear and used the transmission as the psru.
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