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  • Re: CALL FOR VIDEO SUGGESTIONS

    by » 5 years ago


    A Video suggestion for Changing out the 914 Turbo and Oil line purge.

    regards,

    Thank you said by: RotaxOwner Admin

  • Re: CALL FOR VIDEO SUGGESTIONS

    by » 5 years ago


    Thanks very much for all of the suggestions, we're gearing up for production this week!

    Incidentally, we have now confirmed our 2014 Giveaway winner and their Google Nexus Tablet Bundle is en route to them now.







    As it happened, the winner of the 2014 random draw was someone who posted in this thread! :woohoo:
    (Official announcement will follow...)
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  • Re: CALL FOR VIDEO SUGGESTIONS

    by » 5 years ago


    PS: same offer as last year... any video suggestion added after this gets an additional ten draws in this years (2015) Rotax-Owner giveaway.

    Please make only one video suggestion per post, but post as many times as you like.

  • Re: CALL FOR VIDEO SUGGESTIONS

    by » 5 years ago


    Hello,

    I'd love to see a video program which tells us how to actually use 914 TCU Software to diagnose engine condition.
    Thank you very much.


    Seiji Fujimoto

    Thank you said by: RotaxOwner Admin

  • Re: CALL FOR VIDEO SUGGESTIONS

    by » 5 years ago


    Video suggestion
    Category: Repair
    Engine: 912/914
    Title: Oil Pressure Sender - Changing from obsolete part (Honeywell) to Rotax 465-180
    Related document: SI-912-020 R8 Running Changes
    Section: 79-00-00

    There have been some cases where oil pressure sender units have failed and need to be replaced.
    SI-912-020 describes a change of the oil sender unit.
    Unfortunately, there are several critical issues associated with the change which affects customers.
    For example, the new oil pressure sender has a metric thread size M10x1. The old sender has a NPT thread. Users are trying to screw the M10 sender into the NPT thread.
    Some posts suggest this is OK. It is not OK. The SI advises the oil pump housing must be changed or the old housing must be re-tapped to M10.

    There are also electrical changes to be completed. The wiring and plugs are different between the old sender and new sender.

    I think a lot of owners would benefit from a video to describe these differences and how to change the sender units during repair or maintenance work.

    Thanks for continuing to enhance the range of videos. The customers really appreciate this support.

    Thank you said by: RotaxOwner Admin

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