Sat, Jun 04, 2005
Trade For New Rotax 503, 582 Engines
Coming on the heels of the very
successful 2004 Rotax Trade-in program, All US Rotax Service
Centers are now offering a limited time a new Trade-In Program for
qualified Rotax, Hirth and 2SI Engines with Gearboxes. Qualifying
engines can be Traded for new Rotax 503 or 582 engines equipped
with either "B","C", or "E" gearboxes.
All trade-in engines must be found in the Rotax serial number
database and include a gearbox to qualify. To see if your engine
qualifies have your seven digit serial number available and contact
your nearest Rotax Service Center. Hirth Engines must two cycle
engine from 40 to 65 hp and also must include a gearbox. 2SI
engines must be 35 hp or more and include a gearbox as well.
Trade-in credit can be applied for the purchase of any new Rotax
503 or 582 engine and gearbox combo. Rotax 503 credit is $750.00.
Rotax 582 credit is $810.00. All engines purchased or traded in
must include a gearbox.
This program is effect for a three month period from June 1,
2005 and ending on August 31, 2005 and is available from all Rotax
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