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HKS 700E

Standard version includes : Carburetors with clamps, Fuel Pump
Air Filter, Gear Box, Electrical Equipment

Configuration 2 Cylinders 4-Stroke Engine
with Horizontally Opposed Cylinders
4 Valves per Cylinder
Bore�~Stroke 85 mm�~60 mm
Displacement 680 c.c.
Compression Ratio 11.3 : 1
Power Output 56hp(41kw) at 5800rpm (continuous)
60hp(44kw) at 6200rpm (3min./Take off)
Torque Max 7 kgm at 5000rpm
Max RPM 6200 RPM
Cylinders Nickel Ceramic Composite Coated Cylinders
Pistons PVD Coated Piston Rings
Valve Gap Automatic Adjustment by Hydraulic Lifters
Camshaft One Central Camshaft-Pushrods-OHV
Direction Of Rotation Counter Clockwise?
(Looking from pilot seat, tractor configuration)
Cooling Air-Cooled Cylinders
Oil-Cooled Cylinder Heads
Lubrication Dry Sump Forced Lubrication by Trochoid Pump,
Camshaft Driven (Pressure pump & scavenge pump equipped)
Ignition System Dual CDI (Capacitive Discharge Ignition)
Generator Output AC-12Volts 210Watts
Regulator/Rectifier Three Phase Regulator
Starter Electric Only
Spark plugs DENSO IK24C11
Electrode spacing 1.1 mm
Fuel Consumption Approx. 9 Liters/hour at 4750rpm
Reduction Gear Integrated With Torsional Shock Absorption
TBO 1000 hours (Expect higher TBO with fleet experience)

Integrated Reduction Gearbox

Gearbox type Reduction Ratio Maximum Inertia Limit
A-type 2.58 4,000kg/cm2
B-type 3.47 6,000kg/cm2



(Dry,With all Electrical Equipment,Electric
Starter,Carburetors and Gearbox)
49.1 kg 108 lbs.
Exhaust System 3.2 kg 7 lbs.
Oil Tank & Cooler 2.7 kg 6 lbs.
Totals 55.0 kg 121 lbs.

WARNING! This is a non-certified aircraft engine, the possibility of?
engine failure exists at all times. Do not operate this?
engine over densely populated areas. Do not operate this engine over
terrain where a safe, power off landing cannot be performed.
The operating and maintenance instructions supplied with this engine
must be followed at all times. Flying any aircraft involves the risk of
injury or death, building and maintaining your own aircraft requires
great personal responsibility.