Utilizing propellers approved and tested by SKYENGINES SRL ensure a perfect function of the motor. Propellers approved and recommended and tested by us assure:
Optimum engine performance in terms of thrust and consumption
Low noise with respect to the propeller diameter and reduction
The use of uncertified or unrecommended propeller, may nullify the warranty on engine parts.The recommended propellers are listed in the site section Accessories—> Propellers.
Le parti principali dello SKY 110S sono ricavate dal pieno, mediante l'utilizzo di sofisticate macchine a controllo numerico C.N.C.. L'Utilizzo di leghe leggere particolarmente resistenti (di origini aereonautiche) riducono il peso complessivo del motore, migliorandone notevolmente il rapporto peso/potenza
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- liquid-cooled mono-cylinder
- displacement 110cc
- power output 26 hp @11200 rpm
- bore 53mm
- stroke 50 mm
- mechanical reducer 1:4
- max 11.300 rpm recommended
- 68/70 thrust with a 125 cm 2-blade wood prop @11200 rpm
- 70/73 thrust with a 125 3-blade prop @ 10900 rpm
- 73/80 thrust with a 140 cm 2-blade prop @10900 rpm
- walbro WG8 CARBURATOR
- total weight inclusive of liquid 13,5 kg
- Egt temp. 660° C
- Cht temp. 170° C
- max 95°c temp.of liquid
Sky110S at the top of its category place.
The main components of the sky110S are milled from billets by the aid of sophistication numerical controlled machinery. The use of light-weight, and particular resistant alloy (aeronautical origin) reduce the motor weight improving significantly the weight/power ratio.
FLYING AT LOW TEMPERATURES
Use of a paramotor in winter with near zero temperatures, in order to have a correct motor function, it’s necessary to partition the radiator to allow convective circulation of the cooling liquid.
At about zero degrees temperature, we suggest covering an area of approximately 100mm on the inlet side. For this operation we can utilize woven tape or various other supports. Making sure that it is clearly wee-anchored at that is cannot be dislodged as the end up in the propeller.
For even lower temperatures, cover a corresponding larger portion.