January 28, 2009
Video From Sebring: An LSA Engine Primer
In the world of Special Light Sport Aircraft, three powerplant families dominate: Rotax's 912, Jabiru's 2200 and 3300, and Continental's evergreen O-200. KITPLANES editor in chief Marc Cook, unable to avoid the steely gaze of AvWeb's omnipresent video gear, offers a comparison of the three most popular LSA engine.
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