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Engine Options

The X-AIR Falcon has to date be fitted with a variety of engines. The most common would now be the Verner 133M.
The Jabiru 4 cylinder 4 stroke has also been popular on the Falcon, and now seems to be the preferred choice on the French built aircraft.

There are a couple of Rotax 912 examples also flying in the UK, but the engine is a lot heavier than the Verner or Jabiru and means a lot less payload.
Four Stroke seems to be the best option for the Falcon Version due to the improved range and power.


VernerENGINE SPECIFICATIONS VERNER 133MK
84hp Two cylinder, oil/air cooled four stroke
Dual electronic ignition
Dual Carburetors.
Integral reduction gearbox 2:1
Electric start
Two blade carbon fibre DUC prop or 2 Blade Newton wood Prop


JabiruENGINE SPECIFICATIONS JABIRU 2200
80hp Four cylinder, air cooled four stroke
Dual electronic ignition
Single Carburetor.
Direct Drive
Electric start
Two Blade Newton wooden Prop


912ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS ROTAX 912UL
80hp Four cylinder, water/oil/air cooled four stroke
Dual electronic ignition
Dual Carburetors.
Integral reduction gearbox
Electric start
Three blade carbon fibre DUC prop

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