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Avgas Aircraft Engines

The last couple of years development in aircraft engines has been more or less concentrating on diesel engines. We have seen one off installations to fully developed engine production lines. A number of companies are active on this market primarily due to major concern of long term availability and the relative high price of AVgas (Europe). JET fuel (avtur) is available worldwide and can be used in diesel engines. This fuel can also be made of renewable sources (biomass) which contribute to a cleaner environment.

But as there are lots of Avgas engines still being produced and consequently used and installed by kit aircraft builders, we spend some time with Lycoming and Continental type of aircraft engines.

TMX Engine Brochure

TMX Engine Specifications.

Excerpt from the document:

Mattituck built and warranted TMX-360 Experimental 180HP O-360 engine configured with all NEW PARTS and NEW accessories with a fixed pitch application for $21,300.00. Configured for a constant speed application the engine price is $21,500.00. The TMX-360 engine can be adapted to any configuration you may require, including conical engine mounts, electronic ignition, Red Gold performance enhancement and availability with or without any or all of the accessories normally provided on the engine.

To continue reading see the pdf below:

written by EAI.

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