ⓘ Category:Air-cooled aircraft piston engines

2si 215

The 2si 215 is a family of single-cylinder, fan-cooled, two-stroke, single ignition, aircraft engines that were designed for ultralight aircraft. The basic engine was originally designed and produced by J. Lo-Motorenwerke of Germany and were later acquired on the AMW engine company news Beaufort, South Carolina and sold under the brand news. Later the engine was on the market for news under two stroke international 2si brand. News no longer supplies engines for aircraft, in spite of the 215 is still in production in an industrial & multi-fuel engine.

2si 230

The 2si 230 is a family of single-cylinder, two-stroke, single ignition, aircraft engines that were designed for ultralight aircraft. The basic engine was originally designed and produced by J. Lo-Motorenwerke of Germany and were later acquired on the AMW engine company news Beaufort, South Carolina and sold under the brand news. Later the engine was on the market for news under two stroke international 2si brand. News no longer supplies engines for the aircraft, although the 230 is still in production, diesel / multifuel or gasoline industrial and marine engines.

2si 460

The 2si 460 is a family of in-line twin-cylinder, two-stroke, single ignition, aircraft engines that were designed for ultralight aircraft. The basic engine was originally designed and produced by the ILO-Motorenwerke of Germany and were later acquired on the AMW engine company news Beaufort, South Carolina and sold under the brand news. Later the engine was on the market for news under two stroke international 2si brand. News no longer supplies engines for the aircraft despite the 460 is still in production, diesel / multifuel or gasoline industrial, marine, and sports car.

AeroTwin AT972T

The AeroTwin AT972T is an American aircraft engine, designed and produced by the AeroTwin Motors Corporation, a subsidiary of the AirScooter Corporation of Henderson, Nevada for use in ultralight aircraft, in particular their AirScooter helicopter design. The company seems to have been founded around 2002 and went out of business in 2012, and production ended.

Alfa Romeo 110

The Alfa Romeo 110 was an Italian four cylinder air-cooled inverted inline engine for aircraft use, mainly for trainers and light aircraft. The Alfa Romeo 110 was based on the de Havilland Gipsy Major, with approximately 500 units produced. Derivatives of the 110 include the -1, ter and Alfa Romeo 111.

Alfa Romeo 122

The Alfa Romeo 122 was a 12-cylinder inverted-V aircraft engine produced in 1941 by Alfa Romeo Milano as a licence-built Czechoslovakian Walter Sagitta, featuring a single-speed supercharger. The 122 R.C.38 major production variant had a reduction gearbox, single stage super-charger and rated altitude of 3.800 m.