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  Centurion 2.0 Features:

Centurion 2.0 as state-of-the-art Jet-A piston aircraft engine shows important development achievements,: electronic engine management FADEC, gearbox with torsional damper, and adaption of fuel system for Jet-A. For this reason the CENTURION 2.0 offers the advantages safety, comfort, cost effectiveness and good performance in comparison to conventional avgas engines.

Safety

  • Electronic engine and prop management with single lever control.
  • Electronic data logging to record all the engine data during flight. The data recording and storage is comparable with the black box used in jets. The electronic engine management thus permits data to be saved that is required for the maintenance, fault analysis and the ongoing improvement of the engine.
  • Ease of Maintenance.
  • Modern technology in the overall design, components, materials and production process (traceability back to molten mass).

Comfort

  • Single lever control enables low workload for pilot. The pilot is his own flight guest because adjustments of levers for load, mixture, revs, prop settings etc. are no longer necessary.
  • Automatic run up check
  • Kerosene and diesel are usable in any mixture ration
  • Availability of fuel, kerosene represents over 99.5 per cent of delivered aviation fuel worldwide.
  • Faster maintenance, repair and overhaul meaning no aircraft grounded for weeks.

Cost Effectiveness

  • Reduction of operating cost up to 60 per cent because of low consumption and lower fuel price
  • Lower Training Costs

Performance

  • Excellent climb performance up to 13,500 ft and approved to 18,000 ft.
  • 135 hp take off power and 122 hp in 10,000 ft
  • 97 hp cruise power in 17,500 ft
  • Longer Range
 
     
 
Engine displacement 1991 cm³ 121.5 cu.in
Take off power
(at 2300 rpm)
99 kW 135 hp
Constant power available max. power at respective altitude
Torque 410 Nm 302 ft.lb
Torque at BEP 340 Nm 251 ft.lb
Bore 83 mm 3.26 in
Stroke 92 mm 3.62 in
Compression ratio 18:1
Fuel Jet A1 and Diesel (EN 590) in any mixture ratio
Consumption 15 - 20 l/hr 4 - 5.3 gal/hr
Prop MT-Propeller with hydraulic variable pitch
Voltage Alternator 14 V optional: 28 V
Specific fuel consumption at BEP 220 g/kWh 0.36 lb/hphr
Engine (complete & dry) 134 kg 295.4 lbs
  width depth height
mm 796 805 636
in 31.34 31.69 25.04
 

 

 

For More Information:

 

Tony Perna: tperna@epicaviation.com(386) 409-5583 x314