Thu, Sep 15, 2005
Two-Stroke Seminar January 19,20,21, 2006
Systems, Inc. will be hosting a Rotax Repair Station Qualifier
Seminar on January 19-21, 2006 at their San Leandro, California
facility. The two and a half day course will be taught by Rotax
factory trained Technician, Eric Tucker. The course covers all
aspects of Rotax two-cycle repair and maintenance. Subjects covered
- Rotax history and development in the aircraft engine
- In depth discussions on two stroke engine theory and
- Rotax engine designations and identification
- Bing Carburetion theory and maintenance on Rotax
- Ducati ignition systems theory and maintenance.
- Gearbox selection, maintenance, and theory.
Students will also participate in a complete engine rebuild,
both air-cooled and liquid cooled, disassembly and discuss correct
procedures and maintenance for the 2 stroke series.
Participates will be supplied all printed material including all
Rotax Parts, Service, and Service Bulletin Manuals. While the
seminar is open to anyone, this 20-hour course can qualify
companies to be eligible for Rotax Repair Station status.
Individuals wishing to qualify for Rotax Repair Station status
will be given priority booking. These individuals will be able to
register before November 10, 2005. After November 10th registration
will be open to the general public. Class size is strictly limited.
Registration must be guaranteed with a credit card number. Credit
cards will be pre-approved but not be charged until all seats are
Notice: This class is designed for advanced users, Rotax repair
station qualifications, and OEM training only. Material would
likely be too advanced for new or casual users of Rotax engines.
Cost of the three-day course is $400.
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