Thunderbird + BMW

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Thunderbird + BMW

Postby TranSky » Tue Aug 11, 2015 6:57 pm

Any of this combination on Microlighters? I would love to know the performance characteristics and how it worked out. Please get in touch.

Thanks.
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Re: Thunderbird + BMW

Postby Air Hog » Wed Aug 12, 2015 8:16 am

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Re: Thunderbird + BMW

Postby TranSky » Thu Aug 13, 2015 8:52 pm

Thanks for the reply Jan. A lot of work you have put in on that project!
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Re: Thunderbird + BMW

Postby mono » Tue Oct 20, 2015 4:14 am

TranSky wrote:Any of this combination on Microlighters? I would love to know the performance characteristics and how it worked out. Please get in touch.

Thanks.
HI We are a German company manufacturing from China , specializing in to converting new automotive engines for aircraft proposes, we have developed a dedicated bell-housing for the BMW (1150 cc oil head) with clutch, unlike Take Off using a drum type of clutch that bites in at some 1600RPM we went a step ahead developing an hydraulic clutch that smoothly feathers in whereby the inherit and destructive vibrations typically of a 2 cylinder boxer engine fades away. We have 3 types of PSRU to choose from. See our web site and for more info you can contact out agent Craig from Flying Frontiers in Durban. Thanks for you time…
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Re: Thunderbird + BMW

Postby okflyer » Tue Oct 20, 2015 9:55 am

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.....We are a ($$) ($$) German company manufacturing from China :lol:
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If any good no need to reference to German Quality. ##
Production costs are not much higher in Germany anymore, without the environmental polution and occupational safety to be neglected.
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