INSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL FOR JABIRU 2200

INSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL FOR JABIRU 2200
INSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
FOR
JABIRU 2200 AIRCRAFT ENGINE
DOCUMENT No. JEM2204-10
This Manual has been prepared as a guide to correctly operate, maintain and
service the Jabiru 2200 engine.
It is the owner's responsibility to regularly check the Jabiru web site at
www.jabiru.net.au for applicable Service Bulletins and have them
implemented as soon as possible. Failure to do this may render the
aircraft un-airworthy and void Jabiru’s Limited, Express Warranty.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS ........................................................................................................... 2
TABLE OF FIGURES .................................................................................................................................4
LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES .....................................................................................................................4
DESCRIPTION......................................................................................................................... 5
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
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MODEL...................................................................................................................................................5
GENERAL INFORMATION ..........................................................................................................................5
GENERAL DESCRIPTION ..........................................................................................................................6
DETAILS .................................................................................................................................................8
MANUFACTURER.....................................................................................................................................8
ENGINE MANUALS ..................................................................................................................................8
ADDITIONAL SERVICE INFORMATION ........................................................................................................8
SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................... 9
3.1
ENGINE MODELS ....................................................................................................................................9
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.1.4
3.2
3.3
Ground Operating Limits ........................................................................................................................... 12
In-Flight Operating Limits .......................................................................................................................... 12
PROPELLER SELECTION & SPECIFICATIONS ...........................................................................................12
DIMENSIONS.........................................................................................................................................13
DENOMINATION OF CYLINDERS .........................................................................................................13
DISTRIBUTOR CYLINDER MAP ............................................................................................................14
POWER CURVE .................................................................................................................................14
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS............................................................................................... 16
4.1
4.2
PRE-START CHECKS ............................................................................................................................16
STARTING PROCEDURE ........................................................................................................................16
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
5
Run in Period ............................................................................................................................................ 11
Normal Operations .................................................................................................................................... 11
COOLING SYSTEM ................................................................................................................................11
OPERATING SPEEDS AND LIMITS ...........................................................................................................12
3.7.1
3.7.2
3.8
3.9
3.10
3.11
3.12
Engine Ratings......................................................................................................................................... 10
FUEL....................................................................................................................................................11
LUBRICANT...........................................................................................................................................11
3.5.1
3.5.2
3.6
3.7
2200J .......................................................................................................................................................... 9
2200B.......................................................................................................................................................... 9
2200C.......................................................................................................................................................... 9
2200A.......................................................................................................................................................... 9
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS & EQUIPMENT................................................................................................9
PERFORMANCE ....................................................................................................................................10
3.3.1
3.4
3.5
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Table of Contents
1.1
1.2
2
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Cold Engine............................................................................................................................................... 16
Warm Engine ............................................................................................................................................ 16
W ARMING UP PERIOD, GROUND TEST ..................................................................................................16
TAKE-OFF ............................................................................................................................................16
ENGINE STOP .......................................................................................................................................17
ENGINE STOP AND START DURING FLIGHT ............................................................................................17
CHECKS ON ENGINE & INSTALLATION ............................................................................. 18
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
DAILY CHECKS .....................................................................................................................................18
PERIODIC CHECKS ...............................................................................................................................19
CHECK AFTER INITIAL 10 HOURS ...........................................................................................................19
CHECK AFTER INITIAL 25 HOURS ..........................................................................................................20
50 HOURS CHECK ................................................................................................................................20
100 HOURS CHECK ..............................................................................................................................20
200 HOURS CHECK ..............................................................................................................................20
ENGINE OVERHAULS.............................................................................................................................21
ENGINE PRESERVATION ........................................................................................................................21
5.9.1
5.9.2
5.9.3
5.9.4
Flyable Storage ......................................................................................................................................... 21
Returning Engine to Service From Flyable Storage .................................................................................. 21
Temporary Storage ................................................................................................................................... 21
Inspection During Storage......................................................................................................................... 22
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5.9.5
Indefinite Storage ...................................................................................................................................... 22
5.9.6
Returning Engine to Service After Temporary Storage ............................................................................. 22
5.9.7
New Engine Storage ................................................................................................................................. 23
5.9.8
Operation in Winter ................................................................................................................................... 23
5.9.9
Carburettor Icing ....................................................................................................................................... 24
5.9.9.1 Icing Due to Water in fuel...................................................................................................................... 24
5.9.9.2 Icing Due to High Air Humidity. ............................................................................................................. 24
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MAINTENANCE ..................................................................................................................... 25
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
LUBRICATION SYSTEM ..........................................................................................................................25
AIR INTAKE FILTER ...............................................................................................................................25
CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENT ..................................................................................................................25
COMPRESSION CHECK..........................................................................................................................26
6.4.1
6.4.2
6.5
IGNITION SYSTEM .................................................................................................................................27
6.5.1
6.5.2
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
6.10
6.11
6.12
High-Tension Lead Connections............................................................................................................... 27
Spark Plugs............................................................................................................................................... 28
EXHAUST SYSTEM ................................................................................................................................28
BOLTS AND NUTS .................................................................................................................................28
TAPPET ADJUSTMENT / HYDRAULIC VALVE LIFTERS ...............................................................................28
VALVE ROCKERS ..................................................................................................................................30
HEAD BOLTS ....................................................................................................................................30
TACHOMETER AND SENDER ...............................................................................................................30
ADDITIONAL CHECKS – POST SERVICE ..............................................................................................30
6.12.1
6.12.2
6.12.3
6.13
Propeller.................................................................................................................................................... 30
Engine ....................................................................................................................................................... 31
Fuel System .............................................................................................................................................. 31
SPECIAL MAINTENANCE GUIDANCE ....................................................................................................31
6.13.1
6.14
7
Compression Gauge: ................................................................................................................................ 26
Pressure Differential Test:......................................................................................................................... 26
Special Maintenance – Non-Approved Propellers..................................................................................... 31
ENGINE INSPECTION CHART ..............................................................................................................33
SERVICE & REPAIR.............................................................................................................. 35
7.1
7.2
SERVICE INTERVAL TOLERANCE ............................................................................................................35
ENGINE OVERHAUL AND TBO ...............................................................................................................35
7.2.1
7.2.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
Full Overhaul............................................................................................................................................. 35
Top End Overhaul ..................................................................................................................................... 35
ENGINE REMOVAL PROCEDURE ............................................................................................................36
ENGINE INSTALLATION ..........................................................................................................................37
PROP STRIKE INSPECTION ....................................................................................................................38
8
NOTES BEFORE STARTING ENGINE.................................................................................. 40
9
TABLE OF LUBRICANTS...................................................................................................... 42
10 TORQUE SPECIFICATION FOR BOLTS & NUTS ................................................................ 43
10.1
10.2
PRESCRIBED SEALANTS AND PRIMERS ...................................................................................43
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS SPECIFICATIONS.................................................................................43
11 OPERATING NOTES – QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE........................................................... 44
11.1
11.2
11.2.1
11.2.2
11.2.3
11.2.4
11.2.5
NEW ENGINE NOTES.........................................................................................................................44
NORMAL OPERATION NOTES .............................................................................................................45
Regular Checks......................................................................................................................................... 45
Oil.............................................................................................................................................................. 46
Engine Cooling.......................................................................................................................................... 46
Consumables ............................................................................................................................................ 47
Starting...................................................................................................................................................... 47
12 TROUBLE SHOOTING .......................................................................................................... 48
12.1
12.1.1
12.1.2
12.1.3
12.1.4
12.1.5
TROUBLESHOOTING TABLES..............................................................................................................48
Engine Won't Start .................................................................................................................................... 48
Engine Idles Unsteadily After Warm-Up Period: Smoky Exhaust ............................................................. 48
Engine Runs Erratically or Misfires Occasionally ...................................................................................... 48
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Engine Runs Too Hot - Oil Temperature Above 110oC (230 F) ............................................................... 49
Unsatisfactory Power Output .................................................................................................................... 49
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12.1.7
12.1.8
12.1.9
12.1.10
12.1.11
12.2
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Low Oil Pressure....................................................................................................................................... 49
Engine Keeps Running with Ignition Off.................................................................................................... 49
Excessive Oil Consumption ...................................................................................................................... 49
Knocking Under Load................................................................................................................................ 50
Engine Hard to Start at Low Temperature................................................................................................. 50
Hydraulic Valve Lifters .............................................................................................................................. 50
TROUBLESHOOTING QUICK GUIDE .....................................................................................................51
12.2.1
12.2.2
12.2.3
12.2.4
12.2.5
12.2.6
12.2.7
12.2.8
Low Oil Pressure....................................................................................................................................... 51
Flicking Of Oil Pressure Gauge................................................................................................................. 51
CHT........................................................................................................................................................... 51
RPM .......................................................................................................................................................... 51
Magneto Checks ....................................................................................................................................... 51
Rough Cylinder Running ........................................................................................................................... 51
Carby Breather.......................................................................................................................................... 51
Limitations ................................................................................................................................................. 51
13 AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS SECTION ......................................................................... 52
14 NEW ENGINE – JABIRU’S LIMITED, EXPRESS WARRANTY............................................. 53
15 JABIRU’S LIMITED, EXPRESS WARRANTY: CLAIM FORM ............................................... 55
1.1
Table of Figures
Figure 1. Drawing 9404041/1 Engine Dimensions ..........................................................................................13
Figure 2. Cylinder Denomination & Firing Order...............................................................................................13
Figure 3. Distributor Cylinder Map ....................................................................................................................14
Figure 4. Power Curve ......................................................................................................................................14
Figure 5. Power Curve, 2200C, 2200B Engines ...............................................................................................15
Figure 6. High-Tension Lead Connections .......................................................................................................27
Figure 7. Cam Identification Markings ..............................................................................................................29
Figure 8 Dial Indicator Position for Crankshaft & Prop Flange Run Out...........................................................38
Figure 9 – Head Bolt Locations.........................................................................................................................40
Figure 10. Oil System Schematic .....................................................................................................................42
1.2
List of Effective Pages
This manual is revised as a complete document.
number.
All pages must display the same revision
Issue Notes:
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2
Update Propeller Installation Details
3
Update Maintenance Schedule
4
Add tolerance to servicing intervals
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Add hydraulic lifter maintenance requirement
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Add additional hydraulic lifter information
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Add new engine storage details
8
Prop flange fitting details added
9
Starter motor overhaul, prop strike details added
10
Remove overhaul information, ref overhaul manual
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Jan 2007
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Dec 2009
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Description
2.1
Model
All Jabiru 2200 Engine Models from S/No 2068 on.
2.2
General Information
WARNING:
Jabiru Aircraft Pty Ltd has devoted significant resources and testing to develop the
Jabiru 2200 aircraft engine. This engine is intended to be installed in accordance with
the details given in the “INSTALLATION MANUAL FOR JABIRU 2200 AIRCRAFT
ENGINE”, document No. JEM2202. Any other uses or applications may be extremely
hazardous, leading to property damage, or injury or death of persons on or in the
vicinity of the vehicle. Jabiru Aircraft Pty Ltd does not support the use of this engine in
any applications which do not meet the requirements of the “INSTALLATION MANUAL
FOR JABIRU 2200 AIRCRAFT ENGINE”. Any non-compliant installation may render the
aircraft un-airworthy and will void any warranty issued by Jabiru.
The Jabiru 2200 aircraft engine is designed to be operated and maintained only in strict
accordance with this instruction and maintenance manual. Any variation of any kind,
including alteration to any component at all, whether replacement, relocation,
modification or otherwise which is not strictly in accordance with this manual may lead
to dramatic changes in the performance of the engine and may cause unexpected
engine stoppage, engine damage or harm to other parts of the aircraft to which it may
be fitted and may lead to injury or death. Jabiru Aircraft Pty Ltd does not support any
modifications to the engine, its parts, or components. Any such actions may render the
aircraft un-airworthy and will void any warranty issued by Jabiru.
Maintenance and modification cannot be supervised by the manufacturer. Maintenance
requires extreme cleanliness, exact parts, precise workmanship and proper
consumables. It is your responsibility to ensure absolute attention to detail no matter
who may become involved in work on this engine. Your safety, your life and your
passenger’s lives rely on precise and accurate following of instructions in this manual.
In exchange for the engine manual provided by Jabiru Aircraft Pty. Ltd. (“Jabiru”) I
hereby agree to waive, release, and hold Jabiru harmless from any injury, loss, damage,
or mishap that I, my spouse, heirs, or next of kin may suffer as a result of my use of any
Jabiru product, except to the extent due to gross negligence or willful misconduct by
Jabiru. I understand that proper skills and training are essential to minimize the
unavoidable risks of property damage, serious bodily injury and death that arise from
the use of Jabiru products.
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General Description
It is said that "aircraft are designed around available engines".
Jabiru believe that the Jabiru range of very light engines offers opportunities for light aircraft
designers to develop a new generation of light aircraft.
Jabiru engines are designed to be manufactured in small batch quantities using the very latest
Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) machine tools. All Jabiru engines are manufactured and
assembled in a very modern factory in Bundaberg where each engine is run in on a Dynometer
and calibrated before delivery. The crankcase halves, cylinder heads, crankshaft, starter motor
housings, gearbox cover (the gearbox powers the distributor rotors) and coil mounts – together
with many smaller components are machined from solid. The sump (oil pan) is the only casting.
The cylinders are machined from bar 4140 chrome molybdenum alloy steel, with the pistons
running directly in the steel bores. The crankshaft is also machined from 4140 chrome
molybdenum alloy steel, the journals of which are precision ground prior to being Magnaflux
inspected. The camshaft is manufactured from 4140 chrome molybdenum alloy steel – with
nitrided journals & cams.
The propeller is direct crankshaft driven and does not use a reduction gearbox. This facilitates its
light-weight design and keeps maintenance costs to a minimum. The crankshaft features a
removable propeller flange which enables the easy replacement of the front crankshaft seal and
provides for a propeller shaft extension to be fitted, should this be required for particular
applications. Cylinder heads are machined from solid aluminium billet, thereby providing a
substantive quality trail to material source. Connecting rods are machined from 4140 alloy steel
and the 45mm big end bearings are of the automotive slipper type.
Many components of the engines are sourced from outside suppliers. These items include
camshaft followers, and the bendix gear in the starter motor. The ignition coils are also sourced
from outside suppliers, and are modified by Jabiru for their own particular application.
An integral alternator using rare earth magnets provides alternating current for battery charging
and electrical accessories. The alternator is attached to the flywheel and is driven directly by the
crankshaft. The ignition system is a transistorised electronic system; two fixed coils mounted
adjacent to the flywheel are energised by rare earth magnets attached to the flywheel. The
passing of the coils by the magnets creates the high voltage current which is then transported by
high tension leads to the centre post of two automotive type distributors (which are simply rotors
and caps) before distribution to automotive spark plugs, two in the top of each cylinder head. The
ignition system is fixed timing and, therefore, removes the need for timing adjustment. The ignition
system is fully redundant, self-generating and does not depend on battery power.
The crankshaft is designed with a double bearing at the propeller flange end and a main bearing
between each big end; it therefore does not have flying webs. 48mm main bearings are also of the
automotive slipper type. Thrust bearings are located fore and aft of the front double bearing
allowing either tractor or pusher installation.
Pistons are manufactured to Jabiru design by a major manufacturer, they are fitted with 3 rings,
the top rings being cast iron to complement the chrome molybdenum cylinder bores. Valves are
7mm (stem dia) which are purpose manufactured for the Jabiru engine.
The valve gear includes pushrods from the hydraulic cam followers to forged steel valve rockers
mounted on a shaft through a Teflon coated bronze-steel bush. Valve guides are manufactured
from aluminium/bronze, as is found in larger aero engines and high performance racing engines.
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Replaceable valve seats are of nickel steel and are shrunk into the aluminium cylinder heads. The
valve gear is lubricated via the hollow pushrods.
An internal gear pump is driven directly by the camshaft & provides engine lubrication via an oil
circuit which includes an automotive spin-on filter, oil cooler and in-built relief valve.
The standard engines are supplied with two Ram-air cooling ducts, which have been developed by
Jabiru to facilitate the cooling of the engine and direct air from the propeller to the critical areas of
the engine, particularly the cylinder heads and barrels. The fitment of these ducts is a great bonus
for the home builder or engine installer, as they remove the need to design and manufacture
baffles and the establishment of a plenum chamber, which is the traditional method of cooling aircooled aircraft engines. The fact that these baffles and plenum chamber are not required also
ensures a "cleaner" engine installation, which in turn facilitates maintenance and inspection of the
engine and engine component. So the hard work of engine installation has largely been done for
you by the Jabiru design team. RAMAIR ducts are available for tractor or pusher configurations.
Special ducts are available for certain installations.
The engine is fitted with a 1.5 kW starter motor, which is also manufactured by Jabiru and
provides very effective starting. The engine has very low vibration levels, however it is also
supported by four large rubber shock mounts attached to the engine mounts at the rear of the
engine. An optional bed mount is available.
The fuel induction system comprises a BING pressure compensating carburettor. Following
carburation, the fuel/air mixture is drawn through a swept plenum chamber bolted to the sump
casting, in which the mixture is warmed prior to entering short induction tubes attached to the
cylinder heads.
An effective stainless steel exhaust and muffler system is fitted as standard equipment, ensuring
very quiet operations, which in the Jabiru aircraft have been measured at 62dB at 1000' full power
flyover.
For those owners wanting to fit vacuum instruments to their aircraft the Jabiru engine design
includes an optional vacuum pump drive, direct mounted through a coupling on the rear of the
crankshaft.
The Jabiru engine is manufactured within an Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA)
approved Quality Assurance System to exacting standards.
Jabiru recommend a TBO of 2000 hours, with a top end overhaul done at 1000 hours, or when
engine condition indicates the need to overhaul earlier.
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Details
4 Stroke
4 Cylinder Horizontally Opposed
1 Central Camshaft
Push Rods
Over Head Valves (OHV)
Hydraulic Valve Lifters with Automatic Adjustment
Ram Air Cooled
Wet Sump Lubrication
Direct Propeller Drive
Dual Transistorised Magneto Ignition
Integrated AC Generator
Electric Starter
Mechanical Fuel Pump
Naturally Aspirated – 1 Pressure Compensating Carburettor
6 Bearing Crankshaft
2.5
Manufacturer
Jabiru Aircraft Pty Ltd,
P.O. Box 5792,
Bundaberg West,
Queensland 4670
2.6
Engine Manuals
JEM2204 JEM2202 JEM2203 JEM0001 -
Instruction and Maintenance Manual
Installation Manual
Parts Book
Overhaul Manual
All manuals are available on the Jabiru web site www.jabiru.net.au
2.7
Additional Service Information
Occasionally new or expanded service information will be made available to customers in the form
of Jabiru Service Bulletins or Jabiru Service Letters. Jabiru distributes this information to owners
of certain types of Jabiru product. However, it is strongly recommended that owners and
operators regularly visit the Jabiru Australia website – www.jabiru.net.au – or the website of their
local Jabiru representative to check for new or updated additional service information.
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Specifications
3.1
Engine Models
3.1.1
2200J
- The Jabiru 2200J Engine is certified to the CS-22 Subpart H Design Standard by the Civil
Aviation Safety Authority of Australia.
- The CASA Type Certificate Number for the 2200J Engine is 160-2. Specifications of the
engine are available on the Type Certificate Data Sheet attached to the Type Certificate.
- At the time of writing, copies of all Type Certificates for Jabiru products are available from the
CASA website - http://www.casa.gov.au/casadata/cota/aust.htm
3.1.2
2200B
- The Jabiru 2200B Engine has been certified as a part of the Jabiru J160-C Aircraft.
- The CASA Type Certificate Number for the J160-C Aircraft is VA-515.
- 2200B engines with a serial number of 22B001 and above are Manufacturer Certified to the
ASTM F2339 design standard.
3.1.3
2200C
- The Jabiru 2200C Engine is certified to the CS-22 Subpart H Design Standard by the Civil
Aviation Safety Authority of Australia.
- The CASA Type Certificate Number for the 2200C Engine is VE-501. Specifications of the
engine are available on the Type Certificate Data Sheet attached to the Type Certificate.
- At the time of writing, copies of all Type Certificates for Jabiru products are available from the
CASA website - http://www.casa.gov.au/casadata/cota/aust.htm
- The Jabiru 2200C Engine is rated at 60kW (80 hp).
- 2200C engines with a serial number of 22C001 and above are Manufacturer Certified to the
ASTM F2339 design standard.
3.1.4
2200A
- 2200A engines with a serial number of 22A1845 and above are Manufacturer Certified to the
ASTM F2339 design standard.
- Modern Jabiru 2200A Engines are rated at 63kW (85hp). Nominally, this applies to engines
with a serial number above approximately 22A-2068, however any engine which meets a
certain configuration (for example, after an overhaul) will produce this power level. The power
difference compared to older models is due to minor, evolutionary changes to the engine
design.
3.2
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General Specifications & Equipment
Displacement
Bore
Stroke
Compression Ratio
Direction of Rotation
of Prop Shaft
Ramp Weight
:
:
:
:
2200 cc
97.5 mm
74 mm
8 :1
:
:
Clockwise – Pilot’s view – Tractor Applications
61 kg (134 lbs) Complete including Exhaust,
Carburettor, Starter Motor, Alternator & Ignition
System.
Jabiru dual ignition - breakerless transistorized.
Battery independent
25° BTDC
1–3–2–4
10 Amps up to engine S/No. 22A-2661
17 Amps engine S/No. 22A-2661 and 22C-001 onwards
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Ignition Unit
:
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Ignition Timing
Firing Order
DC Output
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:
:
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Fuel Consumption
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Fuel
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Oil
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Oil Capacity
Spark Plugs
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Generator
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Carburettor
Air Intake Filter
Fuel Filtration
Fuel Pump
Starting System
Oil Filter
3.3
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:
:
13 l/hr (3.5 US gal/hr)
AVGAS 100/130. MOGAS with RON Octane
Rating 95 or above may be used if AVGAS is
not available.
:
Aero Oil W Multigrade 15W-50, or equivalent
Lubricant complying with MIL-L-22851C, or
Lycoming Spec. 301F, or Teledyne –
Continental Spec MHF-24B
:
2.3 L (2.2 quarts)
:
NGK D9EA – Automotive
Electrode Gap: 0.55 - 0.6mm (0.022" - 0.024")
Jabiru, permanently excited single phase
AC generator with rectifier/regulator
:
BING constant depression Type 94/40
:
folder paper cartridge type
:
0.1 mm (100 Micron) maximum particle size.
:
Camshaft driven diaphragm type
:
Electric 12 V / 1.5 kW
:
RYCO Z 386 or equivalent
:
Performance
Static sea level ratings under the following conditions:• International Standard Atmospheric conditions at sea level.
• Aircraft service equipment drives unloaded. (Vacuum Pump not fitted)
• Full rich fuel/air mixture.
• Maximum cylinder head temperature.
• Standard Jabiru air filter and cold air.
• Standard exhaust muffler.
3.3.1
Engine Ratings
Table 1 – Engine Ratings
Model:
2200C, 2200B
60 kW (80 hp) @ 3300 RPM - ISO
STD Conditions
Maximum Power
All Other 2200 Models
63 kW (85 hp) @ 3300 RPM - ISO
STD Conditions
Note: These apply only to engines meeting the configurations detailed within this manual.
• Fuel Consumption
21 L/hr @ Takeoff/Max Continuous Rating
• Oil Consumption
0.1 L/hr (max)
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Fuel
Fuel:
AVGAS 100 LL & AVGAS 100/130
Leaded and Unleaded Automotive Gasoline above 95 Octane RON may be
used if AVGAS is not available
Detailed fuel information is available in Jabiru Service Letter JSL007.
Current Jabiru Service Bulletins & Letters available at www.jabiru.net.au
Oil:
The following chart is intended to assist in choosing the correct grade of oil
and must be considered as a guide only. Multiviscosity grades can also be
used as indicated
Average
Ambient Temperature
Above 35° C (95°F)
15° C to 35°C
(59° to 95°F)
-17°C to 25°C
(1° to 77°F)
Mineral
Grades
SAE 60
Ashless Dispersant
Grades
SAE 60
SAE 50
SAE 50
SAE 40
SAE 40
Equivalence of SAE and commonly used Commercial Grade designations:
SAE:
20
30
40
50
60
Commercial:
55
35
80
100
120
3.5
3.5.1
Lubricant
Run in Period
Oil Weight:
Outside Air Temperature
3.5.2
100
120
-17°C to 25°C
(1° to 77°F)
15°C to 35°C
(59° to 95°F)
Above 35°C
(95°F)
W80
°
-17 C to 25°C
(1° to 77°F)
W100
°
15 C to 35°C
(59° to 95°F)
W120
Normal Operations
Oil Weight:
Outside Air Temperature
3.6
80
Above 35°C
(95°F)
Cooling System
Free air cooled. Ensure that Ram-air ducts are correctly fitted & located.
The required pressure drop across the cylinders at 1.3 Vs (clean stall speed) is 4.3 cm (1.7") water
gauge, minimum. A minimum of 6cm (2.4”) is recommended at cruise speed.
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Operating Speeds and Limits
3.7.1
Ground Operating Limits
Idle Speed
Oil Pressure – Idle
Nom 900 RPM (set while engine is hot)
Min
80 kPa (11 psi)
Max 525 kPa (76 psi)
Oil Temperature:
Max. 100°C (212°F)
o
o
Max. CHT
180 C (356 F)
Note:
If ground temperature limits are reached, shut the engine down or cool it by pointing
the aircraft into wind.
3.7.2
In-Flight Operating Limits
Maximum Speed
Maximum Continuous Speed
Idle Speed
Oil Pressure – Normal Operations
– Idle
– Starting & Warm up
Oil Temperature:
Oil Continuous Temperature
Max. CHT (Climb)
Max Continuous CHT (Cruise)
3300 RPM
3300 RPM
900 RPM (set while engine is hot)
Min
220 kPa (31 psi)
Max 525 kPa (76 psi)
Min
80 kPa (11 psi)
Max 525 kPa (76 psi)
Min
15°C (59°F)
Max. 118 oC (244°F)
80 - 100°C (176° - 212°F)
200°C (392°F)
180oC (356oF)
Notes:
- Time with CHT at between 180°C and 200°C is not to exceed 5 Minutes
- (Read Cylinder Head Temperature – CHT – under the spark plug nearest to the exhaust
on the hottest cylinder).
EGT Continuous Limits:
EGT (Mid-Range / Cruise):
EGT (Above 70% Power):
Min
Min
680° - 720°C (1256° - 1328°F)
640° - 680°C (1184° - 1256°F)
Note: An EGT gauge is not included as standard equipment on the Jabiru 2200 engine, though a
system can be supplied as an option.
3.8
Propeller Selection & Specifications
WARNING:
Correct propeller selection, tuning and maintenance are vital for the safe operation of this
engine. The guidance given herein and in the Engine Installation Manual must be adhered
to for safe operation.
• Many propeller brands and models are not approved by Jabiru Aircraft. Operators may
choose to use these propellers, however they do so at their own risk. For information on
which propellers are approved, please contact Jabiru P/L or our local representative.
• Propeller selection is discussed in detail in the Jabiru 2200 Engine Installation Manual.
• 2-bladed, fixed-pitch wooden propellers manufactured by reputable companies are
recommended by Jabiru Aircraft.
• All propellers must be maintained in accordance to the propeller manufacturer’s requirements
in conjunction with Jabiru Aircraft P/L requirements.
• A maximum moment of inertia of 0.25 kgm2 is recommended for the propeller assembly.
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Dimensions
Figure 1. Drawing 9404041/1 Engine Dimensions
3.10
Denomination Of Cylinders
Figure 2. Cylinder Denomination & Firing Order
Cylinder Firing Order: 1 – 3 – 2 – 4
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Distributor Cylinder Map
Figure 3. Distributor Cylinder Map
3.12
Power Curve
POWER CURVE
70.0
450
65.0
400
60.0
350
55.0
kW
45.0
250
40.0
Nm
300
50.0
POWER
TORQUE
200
35.0
150
30.0
100
25.0
20.0
1500
1700
1900
2100
2300
2500
2700
2900
3100
50
3300
RPM
Figure 4. Power Curve
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4 CYLINDER POWER CURVE
65.0
450
60.0
400
55.0
350
50.0
300
250
Nm
kW
45.0
POWER
TORQUE
40.0
200
35.0
150
30.0
100
25.0
20.0
1500
1700
1900
2100
2300
2500
2700
2900
3100
50
3300
RPM
Figure 5. Power Curve, 2200C, 2200B Engines
Note: Multiply Kilowatts (kW) by 1.341 to get Horesepower (hp).
i.e. 63.5 kW x 1.341 = 85 hp.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
To ensure that the engine operates reliably, carefully observe all of the operating & maintenance
instructions.
4.1
•
•
Pre-Start Checks
Daily Checks (See Paragraph 5.1)
Move throttle position to FULL & check for ease of movement over the entire range. Return to
idle before attempting to start engine.
4.2
Starting Procedure
Notes:
• Activate Starter for a maximum of 20 seconds, followed by a cooling period of 1 minute.
• When engine runs, adjust the throttle to achieve smooth running at approximately 1200 RPM.
Deactivate Choke. Check Oil Pressure has risen within 5 seconds - if not, shut down.
• It is strongly recommended to crank the engine to obtain oil pressure following an oil change
before starting.
4.2.1
Cold Engine
Fuel Tap
Choke
Fuel Pump
Throttle
Master
Ignition
Starter
OPEN
ON – HOLD (in cold conditions less than 20°C)
ON for 10 seconds then off
CLOSED to stop: “cracked” throttle degrades choke
ON
BOTH ON
PRESS
4.2.2
Warm Engine
As for cold start, with the following differences:
Choke
Throttle
4.3
OFF
Slightly “Cracked” from off position (approx 2%).
Warming Up Period, Ground Test
Start the warming up period with the engine running at 1200 RPM. Continue at 2000 RPM
depending on ambient temperature, until oil temperature reaches 15°C (59°F). Check the two
ignition circuits at 2000 RPM. Note: - RPM with only one ignition should not drop by more than 100
RPM.
DO NOT apply full power until CHT reaches 100 °C (212°F)
DO NOT apply full power until Oil Temperature reaches 50°C (104°F)
DO NOT allow cylinder heads to rise above 150°C (302°F) during ground running.
4.4
•
•
•
•
Take-Off
Climb with the engine at maximum continuous power.
Observe Oil & Cylinder Head Temperatures & Oil Pressure.
Max RPM at Full Throttle is 3300 RPM
Limits must not be exceeded !
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Engine Stop
In normal conditions, cooling down the engine during descent & taxiing will permit the engine to be
stopped by switching OFF the ignitions.
4.6
Engine Stop and Start During Flight
Reduce power to 2000 RPM to cool engine for 30 seconds, then to idle. Switch ignitions OFF.
Starting procedure is the same as ground starting, without choke for a warm engine & with choke
for a cold engine. Note: Engine cools quickly with propeller stopped in flight. Choke will therefore
normally be needed to restart. Do not apply the starter motor if the propeller is windmilling.
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CHECKS ON ENGINE & INSTALLATION
5.1
Daily Checks
•
Ensure free movement of throttle & choke cables.
•
Check Oil Level, replenish if necessary.
i)
Check oil level by screwing in cap fully before withdrawing
ii)
Oil level should be between the MAX & MIN marks - but must never be below the MIN
mark.
iii)
Before long periods of operation, ensure that the level is at least at the mid position.
iv)
Difference in the oil quantity between MAX & MIN mark is 300 mL (0.317 US Quarts).
v)
See section 11.1 for first 25 hours of Operation.
vi)
Overfilling is detrimental to the engine.
•
Check lubrication & fuel system for leaks.
i)
Visually inspect for signs of leakage on the ground where the aircraft was parked
overnight
ii)
Inspect the oil cooler for leaks through the cowl opening
iii)
Visually inspect the underside of the aircraft for fresh oil or fuel residue.
•
Check exhaust system for security.
i)
Wriggle the exhaust tail pipes by hand, checking for excessive movement, rubbing on
cowls or unusual noises.
•
With Ignition & Master OFF, and throttle closed, turn propeller by hand & observe engine for
odd noises or heavy movements. Check for regular compression. If irregular, refer to Trouble
Shooting section of this Manual for corrective action.
CAUTION:
Prior to pulling through the propeller by hand, both ignition circuits & the Master Switch
must be switched OFF, the brakes applied and the throttle closed.
WARNING
A hot engine may fire with the ignition/s switched OFF.
DO NOT TURN OVER A HOT ENGINE BY HAND
CAUTION:
A common cause of low compression is poorly sealing valves. Continued operation in this
condition will result in damage to valves, valve seats, valve guides & overhead gear.
•
Prior to takeoff - follow the Starting & Warm Up procedure, observe the engine behavior &
throttle response.
•
Check temperatures & pressures. Conduct a short ground test at full power (a few seconds)
(consult aircraft Flight Manual).
NOTE:
Prolonged running at full power on the ground can cause engine overheating & damage
unless special, oversized air ducts and oil coolers are used.
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Periodic Checks
•
Basic Inspection Checklists are given below. Note that depending on the aircraft’s use, some
items may need checking at more frequent intervals than those specified. For example, when
operating from dusty dirt runways the air cleaner will need attention at reduced intervals.
•
After the initial 10 hours, check in accordance with para. 5.3.
•
After the initial 25 hours, check in accordance with para. 5.4.
•
After 50 hours of operation, check in accordance with para. 5.5 & thereafter after each 50
hours of operation.
•
After 100 hours of operation, check in accordance with para. 5.6 and thereafter after each 100
hours of operation.
•
After 200 hours of operation, check in accordance with para. 5.7 and thereafter after each 200
hours of operation.
•
At TBO, overhaul in accordance with the latest approved revision of the Jabiru Engine
Overhaul Manual.
5.3
Check after initial 10 Hours
•
Details of specific operations are shown in "Maintenance" section of this manual.
•
Remove engine cowlings
•
Check engine mounts.
•
Thoroughly check engine for missing or loose bolts, nuts, pins, etc.
•
Check fit of cooling air ducts & baffles. Check the engine (including oil cooler) for signs of
abrasion against cowls and ducts.
•
Check induction and exhaust flange for loose bolts.
•
Check safety wires, ignition wiring & hose connections.
•
Retorque cylinder head bolts at 20 ft.lbs in diagonal pattern
•
Check exhaust system, check exhaust cap screw tensions.
•
Check fuel system for leaks & abrasion.
•
Check wiring for damage & for tightness.
•
Test run engine.
i)
Turn engine on starter with both ignitions OFF until oil pressure registers
ii)
Start engine. Observe starting, warm up & acceleration behavior to maximum RPM (10
seconds max)
iii)
Check temperatures & pressures.
iv)
Stop Engine.
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Check After Initial 25 Hours
Details of specific operations are shown in Chapter 6 "Maintenance" of this manual.
•
Remove engine cowlings
•
Check engine mounts.
•
Thoroughly check engine for missing or loose bolts, nuts, pins, etc.
•
Check fit of cooling air ducts & baffles. Check the engine (including oil cooler) for signs of
abrasion against cowls and ducts.
•
Check induction and exhaust flange for loose bolts.
•
Check safety wires, ignition wiring & hose connections.
•
Oil Change. Refer to Chapter 6 “Maintenance” for details. Use normal aviation running oil.
•
Change oil filter. Inspect old filter for excessive contamination, metal filings etc.
•
Retorque cylinder head bolts at 20 ft.lbs in diagonal pattern
•
Check exhaust system, check exhaust cap screw tensions.
•
Check fuel system for leaks & abrasion.
•
Check wiring for damage & for tightness.
•
Test run engine.
v)
Turn engine on starter with both ignitions OFF until oil pressure registers
vi)
Start engine. Observe starting, warm up & acceleration behavior to maximum RPM (10
seconds max)
vii)
Check temperatures & pressures.
viii)
Stop Engine.
5.5
50 Hours Check
•
Details of specific operations are shown in "Maintenance" section of this manual.
•
Conduct the items shown under 25 Hour Check above (include oil and filter change)
5.6
100 Hours Check
•
Details of specific operations are shown in "Maintenance" section of this manual.
•
Conduct the items shown under 25 and 50 Hour Checks (include oil and filter change)
•
Renew spark plugs.
5.7
•
200 Hours Check
Details of specific operations are shown in "Maintenance" section of this manual.
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Conduct the items shown under 25, 50 and 100 Hour Checks.
5.8
Engine Overhauls
•
The Overhaul Manual for the Jabiru 2200 and 3300 engines must be referred to for engine
overhaul procedures.
•
The overhaul work must be carried out to Jabiru specifications at an approved aeronautical
service facility or by an approved Jabiru Service Centre.
•
If necessary, changes to the TBO Limit due to operational experience, will be announced by
Jabiru in a Service Bulletin.
5.9
Engine Preservation
The following procedures assume that the engine is installed in a Jabiru airframe. For other aircraft
types, refer to the manufacturer's service manual. If the engine is not fitted to an airframe, ignore
those items referring to the airframe.
Note: Failure to store the engine for a long period of time, in excess of 90 days, without taking
the preventative measures as outlined in the manual will affect claims upon Jabiru’s Limited,
Express Warranty.
5.9.1
Flyable Storage
•
Flyable storage is defined as a maximum of 30 days non-operational storage.
•
Ensure that the engine has been stopped by turning off the fuel valve, ensuring all fuel is
drained from the carburettor bowl.
•
Fit covers to engine induction air inlet and exhaust outlets to minimize moisture ingress to
cylinders.
•
Every 7th day the propeller should be rotated through 5 revolutions, without running the
engine. Leave the propeller in the horizontal position to ensure even distribution of liquids in
the wood. If left in the vertical position, liquids will drain to the lower tip resulting in an
unbalanced propeller. Note that intake & exhaust covers should be removed before performing
this task.
CAUTION
Ensure that the Master and Ignition Switches are OFF before turning engine.
5.9.2
Returning Engine to Service From Flyable Storage
After flyable storage, returning the engine to service is accomplished by performing a thorough
pre-flight inspection. Ensure all protective covers are removed from the intake & exhaust.
5.9.3
Temporary Storage
•
Temporary storage is defined as aircraft in non-operational status for a maximum of 90 days
(nominal – depending on ambient temperature, humidity etc).
•
Disconnect or remove battery.
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Treat as for flyable storage (see details above), plus:
i)
For temporary storage, fill fuel tank with correct grade of fuel (to prevent moisture
accumulation).
Then:
• Disconnect spark plug leads and remove spark plugs from each cylinder.
•
•
Using a spray atomiser, spray corrosion inhibitor through the spark plug hole with the piston
down, then rotate until both valves are open and re-spray to coat the induction and exhaust
system. When all cylinders are treated leave prop horizontal and retreat each cylinder.
NOTE: Use Shell Aero fluid 2UN
Concentrate or similar engine preservative.
(MIL-C-6529C
Type
1)
Corrosion
Preventive
CAUTION
Ensure that the Master and Ignition Switches are OFF!
•
Install spark plugs and connect leads.
•
Seal exhaust pipes. Attach a red streamer to each seal.
•
DO NOT seal fuel tank breather.
•
Attach a warning placard to the propeller stating that vents and breathers have been sealed
and prop should not be turned.
•
The engine must not be started with the seals in place.
5.9.4
Inspection During Storage
• Generally inspect airframe and clean as necessary.
•
Inspect the interior of at least one cylinder through the spark plug hole for corrosion at least
once a month.
•
If, at the end of the 90 day period, the aircraft is to be continued in non-operational storage -repeat Steps 1-5 above (most will only need to be checked).
5.9.5
Indefinite Storage
For indefinite storage, treat the engine as per Temporary Storage Section above. In Addition:
• Drain fuel tank & ensure carburettor bowl is empty by running engine with fuel valve off until it
stops, or by draining the bowl manually.
•
Long term storage: Flood the cylinder / sump with corrosion inhibitor. Periodically remove one
spark plug per head, turn engine over then replace spark plugs.
5.9.6
Returning Engine to Service After Temporary Storage
After temporary storage, the procedures for returning the aircraft to service are as follows:
•
Check battery charge level and install.
•
Check carburettor air filter and service if necessary.
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Remove warning placard from propeller.
•
Remove inlet & exhaust covers.
•
Remove, clean and gap spark plugs.
•
Drain all oil before rotating. While spark plugs are removed, rotate propeller several revolutions
using the starter to clear excess corrosion inhibitor from cylinders.
CAUTION
Ensure that the Master and Ignition Switches are OFF!
•
Install spark plugs -- torque to 11 Nm (8 ft/lbs).
•
Check fuel filter -- replace if necessary.
•
If returning to service after indefinite storage, fill fuel tank with correct grade of fuel.
•
Check fuel tank and fuel lines for moisture and sediment. Drain enough fuel to eliminate any
moisture and sediment.
•
Check fuel tank breather is clear.
•
Perform a thorough pre-flight inspection.
•
Start and warm engine.
5.9.7
New Engine Storage
• In many cases new or overhauled engines may be stored for some months or years before
being installed in an aircraft. All engines are treated with corrosion inhibitor by Jabiru Aircraft
Australia before shipping from the factory, however this treatment is roughly equivalent to that
described in Section 5.9.3 above. It is intended for a maximum life of approximately 90 days –
though the exact effective life of the treatment depends on the ambient temperature, humidity
etc.
•
If an engine is to be stored before use the owner must:
i)
Install the engine within 90 days (nominally) of the engine leaving the factory, or
ii)
Repeat the Temporary Storage procedures given in Section 5.9.3 at a suitable interval
(90 days nominally, depending on ambient temperature, humidity etc) and periodically
inspect the engine in accordance with Section and 5.9.4, or
iii)
Treat and maintain the engine for Indefinite Storage per Section 5.9.5 above.
•
When the engine is to be run the storage measures must be reversed as detailed in the
appropriate sections above.
5.9.8
Operation in Winter
• It is recommended to carry out an engine service prior to the start of the cold season. For
selection of oil, consult the table of lubricants given in the Engine Specifications above. Follow
the following advice for operation at extremely low temperatures:
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5.9.9
Carburettor Icing
It is important to distinguish between two kinds of icing:
Icing due to water in fuel, and
i)
Icing due to high air humidity.
5.9.9.1 Icing Due to Water in fuel
Water in fuel will accumulate at the lower parts of the fuel system & can lead to freezing of fuel
lines, filters or jets. Remedies are:
a) Drain, using fuel tank water drain.
b) Ensure fuelling without traces of water. If in doubt, use a chamois as a filter.
c) Install a generously sized water separator.
d) Ensure that fuel lines do not permit the accumulation of water.
e) Add up to 2% isopropyl to fuel. Note: Addition of alcohol raises vapour pressure and may
aggravate vapour lock in warm weather; this practice should be used only when needed
and not in warm weather.
IMPORTANT
Fuels containing alcohol always carry a small amount of water in solution. In situations where there
are changes in temperature, or where there is an increase in alcohol content, water (or a mixture
of water & alcohol) may settle & could cause problems.
CAUTION:
Do not add any form of alcohol (including automotive fuels with Ethanol or similar
additives) to a Jabiru Aircraft fiberglass fuel tank unless directed otherwise by the aircraft
operating manual. The sealant used in some (older) tanks will be damaged if it comes into
contact with alcohol, leading to leaks.
f)
Prevent condensation of humidity, ie avoid temperature differences between the aircraft &
fuel.
5.9.9.2 Icing Due to High Air Humidity.
Carburettor icing due to humidity may occur in the carburettor venturi & leads to performance loss
due to changes in the mixture.
The only effective remedy is to preheat the intake air by use of the Carburettor Heat Control.
CAUTION
When using auto fuels, ensure all components of the fuel delivery system are cooled to
prevent fuel vaporization.
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MAINTENANCE
6.1
Lubrication System
•
Oil Change as required. Oil Filter Change as required. Visual Check for Leaks.
•
Drain the oil while engine is still warm.
•
Change the oil filter at every 50 hourly inspection.
•
Fill with oil. (approx 2.3 litres)
•
Check oil level then run the engine. The MAX mark must not be exceeded after the engine has
been run to ensure that all lines, filters etc are full.
•
Use only registered brand oils meeting the specification detailed in Para. 2.5.
•
DO NOT drain the oil cooler during a normal oil change. The cooler holds only a small amount
of old oil which has negligible effect on the new oil. Taking the hoses on & off the cooler can
prematurely age the oil lines and lead to hoses slipping off the cooler.
6.2
Air Intake Filter
•
Clean filter by removing from the intake housing & blowing compressed air against the
direction of the intake flow.
•
For operation in heavy dust conditions, clean air filter at shorter intervals than recommended
for normal conditions.
•
A clogged filter will reduce engine performance as well as promote premature engine wear.
6.3
Carburetor Adjustment
•
Idle stop screw is a 7mm screw against throttle lever. Adjust its position to adjust engine idle
speed.
•
Standard idle mixture screw position is 1-1/4 turns out. Fine adjustment may be necessary to
give a smooth idle.
•
The mixture is set by selecting jet sizes. As supplied, the engine has jets to suit a majority of
installations, however, the mixture may be affected by running a propeller which does not meet
the requirements listed in the installation manual or by ambient temperature extremes. If an
engine is to used in these situations an EGT gauge should be fitted and monitored against the
limits specified above.
CAUTION: Do not change carburetor settings without consulting with Jabiru Aircraft or our
local authorised representative. If EGT readings fall outside the range given above, contact
Jabiru Aircraft or our local authorised representative.
•
The carburetor automatically adjusts the mixture to account for altitude.
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IMPORTANT
• Check carburetor joints for degradation.
• Check carburetor linkage for full & free movement, correct positioning of stops and security.
6.4
Compression Check
6.4.1
Compression Gauge:
• Measure compression using a compression tracer. Readings are taken with fully open throttle
valve at engine oil temperature between 30° & 70°C (90° to 160°F).
•
If readings are below 6 bar (90 psi) a check of the pistons, cylinders, valves & cylinder heads
must be undertaken.
6.4.2
Pressure Differential Test:
• Check using a pressure loss or leakage tester eg SUN or BOSCH tester; max. allowable
pressure loss is 25%.
As an alternative to a compression test, a pressure differential test (Leak down) can be carried
out. This is a much better test of the condition of rings, bore, head sealing and valve. This is the
normal test used in aviation and requires specific equipment.
The test is carried out with the engine in warm to hot condition. Input pressure is best set at 80
PSI; a second gauge reads the differential. This is done with piston on TDC on the firing stroke.
Note that the propeller needs to be restrained. A differential of lower than 80/60 (or generally, a
25% loss) indicates a problem.
Problems can be better identified using the leak down:
i)
Blow by through the crankcase vent indicates worn rings or bore
ii)
Leaking from carby indicates a poor intake valve seal
iii)
Leaking from exhaust indicates a poor exhaust valve seal
iv)
Head leak indicates poor head to cylinder seal
With the problem narrowed down, correction work can more easily be carried out.
•
A Pressure Differential Tester can be made by placing an orifice of 1 mm ID and 3mm length
between two pressure gauges. This will give the same result as with the above instrument.
Max. pressure drop is 25%.
CAUTION: Poor compression can be an indication of a serious problem. For example,
continued operation with poor compression due to a poorly-sealing valve can lead to eventual
valve failure and heavy damage to the piston, con-rod, barrel and head. If low compression
is found which cannot be solved by reference to the Troubleshooting section below, please
contact Jabiru Aircraft or our local authorized representative.
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6.5.1
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Ignition System
High-Tension Lead Connections
Figure 6. High-Tension Lead Connections
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Figure 6 above shows the High-Tension lead connections between the distributors and the spark
plugs.
6.5.2
Spark Plugs
•
Do not use steel or brass brushes for cleaning & never sandblast plugs.
•
Clean with plastic brush in a solvent.
•
Check electrode gap & if necessary, adjust to 0.55 - 0.6mm (0.022" - 0.024") by carefully
bending the electrode.
•
Recommended Plugs: NGK D9EA.
•
Use suitable anti-seize on thread.
IMPORTANT
Only tighten spark plugs on cold engine & only to the torque values shown in Section 9 using
appropriate anti-seize compound
Note: When plugs are removed from a warm engine, the inspection of the tip of the spark plug can
be used to indicate the health of the engine:
•
Brown to Dark Brown :- Plug & calibration is correct.
•
Velvet Black:- Mixture too rich. Check choke. Insufficient air intake. Check for clogged air filter.
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Oily, Glossy Coating:-
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Whitish with Melt Droplets:- Mixture too lean. Leaking valves.
Misfiring. Too much oil in combustion chamber. Worn cylinder &
piston rings.
CAUTION: This guide is only relevant when running the engine on AVGAS. Unleaded fuels
give different plug colours which are generally unsuitable for use in evaluating engine
tuning.
6.6
•
Visual check for damage, rubbing, leaks & general condition.
6.7
•
Exhaust System
Bolts and Nuts
Check for tightness, re-torque if necessary (see Section 9).
Note: Cylinder Base Nuts are factory set and must NOT be checked for tension at periodic
service intervals.
6.8
Tappet Adjustment / Hydraulic Valve Lifters
•
The Hydraulic Valve Lifters used in the engine automatically adjust for any valve movement, so
periodic adjustment of the valve clearances is not required, however the valve lifters are a
serviceable item and some monitoring is required to ensure they are working properly.
•
EITHER – Remove each rocker cover and check that each lifter has not collapsed. This is
done by turning the crankshaft so that the valve is fully in the closed position, then feeling the
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rocker by hand. There should be no free rotation of the rocker. Press down on the pushrod
end of the rocker – the lifter should feel hard, with minimal movement possible under thumb
pressure. Note that the correct method for finding this point is to turn the crank until the valve
is fully open, then turning the crankshaft through one complete revolution to rotate the cam
lobe away from the lifter.
•
OR – after the service, idle the engine, listen for loud tapping noises and feel for rough
running. This must be carried out with the cowls removed. Note that due to the need to have
a person at the controls of the aircraft, this is a two-person job.
CAUTION:
Whenever the engine is running there must be a qualified person inside the aircraft, at the
controls. Under NO circumstances run the engine without a qualified person at the controls
•
Troubleshooting information is given in Section 12.1.11
•
Air can be caught inside the lifters after maintenance. Running the engine at a high idle approx 1500 RPM – will expel the air but may take up to 15 minutes. When fitting lifters after
inspection or maintenance they should be filled by injecting oil into the hole in the side of the
lifter. Care must be taken to ensure all air is removed.
•
Several different hydraulic lifters have been used in Jabiru 2200 engines. The cam P/No. fitted
to the engine must be known when ordering replacement lifters. This information can be found
from the engine’s S/No. or from its overhaul records.
•
The type of lifter must be matched correctly to the cam design. Use of mismatched parts will
cause reduced engine power and possible engine damage.
•
Figure 7 shows identification markings on a P/No. 4A432A0D cam – it has two “rings”
machined at the oil pump end and two small “spots” machined at the drive gear end. Similarly,
P/No. 4A430A0D cams are marked with one “ring”, and one “spot”. Engines assembled with
these cam types must use a Jabiru P/No. PE4A001 Hydraulic Lifter. These cams are standard
in engines with S/No. 22A-2850 & 22C-001 onwards.
•
Cams manufactured without any identification “rings” or “spots” must use a Jabiru P/No.
4A294C0D Hydraulic Lifter.
•
The different types of Hydraulic Lifter are not marked and the difference requires disassembly
and careful measuring using a micrometer to detect. Accordingly, care must be taken to
ensure different types of lifter are not confused during maintenance.
Cam identification markings
Figure 7. Cam Identification Markings
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Hydraulic Lifters can be ‘bled’ back while installed by using a suitable tool to push
rocker/pushrod assembly back to enable a small gap on rocker to valve tip. Total bleed-back is
less than 2 mm. More details are given in the engine overhaul manual.
Hydraulic lifters can be removed for inspection using the following method:
• Remove the rocker pivot shaft, rockers and pushrods from the cylinder to be inspected.
•
Remove the pushrod tube retaining circlips from the cylinder head and slide the pushrod tubes
out through the head.
•
Remove the hydraulic lifter adaptors from the crankcase.
•
Remove the lifters.
Whenever lifters are removed the working face of the cam and the lifter should be inspected for
damage. If damage is found, contact Jabiru Aircraft P/L or our local representative for further
guidance.
6.9
Valve Rockers
•
The condition of the bushes fitted to the valve rockers must be monitored. This can be done
by a visual inspection with the rocker cover removed – check for visible movement of the
rocker on the shaft, visible degradation of the bush material etc.
•
This should be done as a part of the hydraulic lifter inspections noted above.
6.10
Head Bolts
•
Head bolts are torqued to 20 ft.lb. when cold.
•
Carry out this adjustment after five hours of operation and again after ten hours of operation.
The bolts should thereafter be checked annually or as specified below.
6.11
Tachometer and Sender
•
Many apparent engine problems can be caused through inaccurate tachometers. Where
engine performance is observed to be outside limits, the tachometer should be checked
against a calibrated instrument.
•
Tachometer sender gap is 0.4mm (0.016"). The sender must have at least 60% covered by
the tags fitted to the gearbox side of the flywheel.
•
Ensure both tags are equal distance from sender.
6.12
•
Check engine for ease of starting. Conduct idle test run. Checklist of engine inspection.
6.12.1
•
Additional Checks – Post Service
Propeller
Check spinner, spinner flange, screws, prop, tension, spinner and prop tracking.
CAUTION:
The maintenance schedules given in this manual are designed for engines which use a
propeller and propeller flange approved by Jabiru Aircraft Australia.
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Operators using non-approved parts do so at their own risk.
Jabiru Aircraft strongly recommend operators using non-approved parts follow a system of
extra preventative maintenance checks to monitor their engine. This should be based on
Section 6.13.1 below.
Airworthiness and issues when claiming upon Jabiru’s Limited, Express Warranty may also
result.
6.12.2
Engine
• Carburettor, carburetor heat system, carburetor attachment
• Air filter
• Engine baffles and air ducts
• Front crankcase seal
• Hoses, lines and fittings
• Intake system.
• Exhaust system, including muffler, springs and heat muff
• Ignition harness, spark plugs, coils, distributor caps and rotors
• Electrical wiring, starter, solenoid and electrical connections.
• Fuel pump
• Engine controls and linkages
• Engine mount rubbers & mount structure.
• Oil system tubes and hoses, oil cooler. Oil & filter change and filter inspection if due.
• Firewall
• Engine cowlings and clips
• All SCAT Hoses and Clamps.
6.12.3
Fuel System
• Fuel filter
• Fuel drain valve
• Carburetor bowl
• Fuel tank vent, cap and placards
• Fuel shut-off valve and placards
• Electronic fuel boost pump and fittings
• Fuel lines and connectors, fire sleeves.
6.13
•
Special Maintenance Guidance
This manual has been prepared to provide instruction & maintenance requirements for
operating a Jabiru engine. As much as possible the information contained herein applies to all
engines, however the following paragraphs detail additional maintenance recommendations for
certain engines.
6.13.1
Special Maintenance – Non-Approved Propellers
• As noted, operators who choose to fit a non-approved propeller to their Jabiru engine do so at
their own risk and a system of additional maintenance is recommended to monitor the engine
for possible detrimental effects.
• This section has been added to the manual to help guide such maintenance. However, as we
cannot anticipate every combination of engine, airframe and propeller this is strictly of an
informational basis. It is not a complete or inclusive maintenance schedule, rather an overall
guide directing which areas are likely to need additional attention.
WARNING
Using a non-approved propeller may lead to unforeseen operational, airworthiness, safety,
financial or legal problems. Jabiru Aircraft accept no responsibility for such issues.
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The following are recommended IN ADDITION to the normal engine maintenance program.
Where the maintenance requirements listed below differ from those of a third-party supplier the
lesser time interval should be used. i.e. if the table below calls for the propeller to be rebalanced annually but the propeller manufacturer recommends balancing every 100 hours or 6
months then the propeller manufacturer’s recommendations should be used.
Visual inspections of the propeller and propeller flange installation should check for excess
metal oxide (appears as rust) or black chaffing dust originating from the flange. This is often
an early indication of movement between the parts and potential failure. Oil leaks etc in this
area and around the flywheel must be addressed quickly as they can both cause and mask
other problems.
Annual Inspection
Each 500 Hours
Each 100 Hours
Each 50 Hours
1
Spinner, spinner flange & hardware –
Check condition.
2
Propeller general condition – visual/hand check
3
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*
*
*
*
Propeller blade pitch, tracking
*
*
*
4
Propeller mounting hardware
(bolts, nuts, bushes etc) tension & condition check
*
*
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5
Propeller balance
*
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*
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6
7
8
9
10
Propeller flange installation – visual inspection
(no disassembly required)
Propeller flange screws – REPLACE
Refer to engine overhaul manual for guidance
Propeller flange run-out check
(per prop strike inspection detailed below)
Crank run-out check
(per prop strike inspection detailed below)
Flywheel Screws – REPLACE
Refer to engine overhaul manual for guidance
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Engine Inspection Chart
Note:
READ ALL INSPECTION RQUIREMENTS PARAGRAPHS PRIOR TO USING THESE CHARTS.
Annual Inspection
Each 200 Hours
Each 100 Hours
Each 50 Hours
PROPELLER
11
Spinner
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12
Spinner Flange
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13
Spinner screws
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Propeller
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15
Propeller bolts/nuts - Tension
*
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16
Spinner / Prop Tracking
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ENGINE & ENGINE COMPARTMENT
Check for oil, fuel exhaust & induction leaks, then clean
entire engine & compartment before inspection.
Check flywheel screw tensions to 24lb.ft1
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Carburetor air filter –
Check & replace if required
•
Engine baffles and air ducts
*
•
Cylinders
*
•
Crankcase & front crankcase seal
*
•
Fuel hoses, lines and fittings
*
*
*
•
Intake and exhaust systems
*
*
*
•
Ignition harness, distributor caps & rotors
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
1
Note: if any screws rotate they must be removed, crankshaft and screw threads cleaned then reinstalled with fresh Loctite 620 (Use no more than the size of a match head). Do not remove all
flywheel screws at once or loss of valve timing may occur.
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Annual Inspection
Each 200 Hours
Each 100 Hours
Each 50 Hours
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Spark plugs
•
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*
*
*
Compression check or leak-down check
*
*
*
•
Electrical wiring
*
*
*
•
Fuel pump
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*
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Engine controls and linkages
*
*
*
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Engine mounts, mount structure
*
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Starter, solenoid and electrical connections
*
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Coils and electrical connections
*
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Carburettor heat system
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Throttle and linkage
*
*
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Carburettor
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Oil system tubes and hoses
*
*
*
•
Firewall
•
Engine cowlings and clips
•
Exhaust system – including muffler
•
Cylinder Head bolt tension
•
Hydraulic Lifter & Rocker Inspection
(Section 6.8 & 6.9 above)
•
Oil & filter change
•
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*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
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SCAT hose condition
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1
Fuel filters, drain valves, carburetor bowl
*
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2
Electronic fuel boost pump and fittings
3
Fuel lines and connectors
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4
Fire sleeves
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Fuel System
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SERVICE & REPAIR
7.1
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Jabiru 2200 Aircraft Engine
Service Interval Tolerance
A tolerance of plus or minus 3 hours is allowable on all service intervals set within this manual
7.2
Engine Overhaul and TBO
•
These are carried out only by the manufacturer, Jabiru Aircraft Pty Ltd or by a specifically
approved Jabiru Engine Service Centre (contact Jabiru for details).
•
The engine must be sent in a complete state, with logbook, to Jabiru (or the Approved Service
Centre) after reaching the TBO limit.
•
Changes to TBO due to operational experience will be advised by Jabiru via Service Bulletin
•
Engines have full overhauls at 2000 hours with a Top End being done at around 1000 hours.
This is also subject to certain conditions: overhauls are influenced by condition.
7.2.1
Full Overhaul
• Full overhauls must be carried out as detailed in the latest approved revision of the Jabiru
Engine Overhaul Manual.
•
During a full overhaul all parts are cleaned, measured, inspected and recorded in the
prescribed build sheets in the manual. Parts that are replaced during a full overhaul include:Pistons, gudgeons and circlips, rings, main bearings, conrod bearings, thrust bearings, conrod
bolts, all orings gaskets and seals, fuel pump, valves, induction hoses, rubber oil feed tees,
spark plugs, rotors, head bolts, intake/exhaust studs, fuel hose, oil filter, oil hoses, flywheel
bolts, prop flange bolts, woodruff key (oil pump), crankcase through-bolts and crankcase
studs. Cylinder, heads and dizzy shafts are usually replaced at a full overhaul, depending on
condition.
•
As a part of the overhaul process the engine must be run-in. Again, the procedure given in the
Jabiru Engine Overhaul Manual must be used. Details are given in that manual, however note
that if the run in is performed on the ground large air cooling ducts and a large oil
cooler must be used. The engine can also be run-in, in the aircraft in the air with caution,
using the run in program as the guide. Section 11.1 Early Operation of an engine must be
understood. Initial performance data must be recorded. New engines and engines overhauled
by Jabiru Aircraft (Australia) are dispatched already run-in – no further running-in is required.
7.2.2
Top End Overhaul
• Top End Overhauls must be carried out as detailed in the latest approved revision of the Jabiru
Engine Overhaul Manual.
•
Parts replaced include:- Conrod bearings, pistons, gudgeon pins and circlips, rings, valves, all
relevant O rings and gaskets, head bolts, spark plugs, induction hose joiners, rotors, relevant
cap screws and fuel line. Other parts for inspection, measure and clean or replace are oil
pump, starter, alternator, fuel pump, coils, ignition leads, oil seals, induction and exhaust
capscrews, carby, heads and barrels.
•
As a part of the overhaul process the engine must be run-in. Again, the procedure given in the
Jabiru Engine Overhaul Manual must be used. Details are given in that manual, however note
that if the run in is performed on the ground large air cooling ducts and a large oil
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cooler must be used. The engine can also be run-in, in the aircraft in the air with caution,
using the run in program as the guide. Section 11.1 Early Operation of an engine must be
understood. Initial performance data must be recorded. New engines and engines overhauled
by Jabiru Aircraft (Australia) are dispatched already run-in – no further running-in is required.
7.3
Engine Removal Procedure
No.
Operation
Tools Required
1
Remove Spinner and Propeller
Phillips Screwdriver
7/16" Socket
7/16" Spanner
2
Remove Carby Heat hose from hot-air muff on
muffler
Flat-bladed Screwdriver
3
Remove Air Inlet Hose from Carburettor and blank
off Carburettor and Air Cleaner
Flat-bladed Screwdriver
2 Plugs
4
Disconnect Throttle Cable
Long Nose Pliers
5
Disconnect Choke Lever
Long Nose Pliers
6
Remove Oil Breather Line
Flat-bladed Screwdriver
7
Remove Fuel Line from Fuel Pump and plug Fuel
Line and Fuel Pump
Flat-bladed Screwdriver
1/4" Plugs
8
Remove starter Motor Cable from Solenoid
7/16" R/OE spanner
9
Disconnect Earth at Battery
10mm R/OE
10
Remove Oil Pressure Gauge Lead
-
11
Remove Oil Temperature Gauge Lead
-
12
Remove Hourmeter Lead (if fitted)
Screwdriver
13
Remove Cylinder Head Temperature Gauge Lead
- (disconnect at cold junction)
14
Remove Exhaust Gas temperature Gauge Lead
15
Remove Tacho Lead
-
16
Remove Left and Right Ignition Coil Leads
-
17
Remove Muffler Assy
3/16" Ball End Allen Key
18
Undo Engine Mount Bolts
7/16" Tube Socket
7/16" Spanner
19
Remove Engine from Engine Mount Frame
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Engine Installation
No.
Operation
Tools Required
1
Fit engine to engine mount
-
2
Torque engine mount bolts
3
Fit muffler (if not already fitted) and fit carburettor
heat muff and hose
7/16 Tube Socket
7/16 Ring Open End Spanner
3/16 Ball End Allen Key
4
Connect left and right ignition coils leads
-
5
Connect Tacho sender
-
6
Connect exhaust gas temp (if fitted)
-
7
Connect cylinder head sender
18mm Spark Plug socket
8
Connect hourmeter
Screw Driver
9
Connect oil temp gauge sender
10
Connect oil pressure gauge sender
11
Connect starter
7/16 Ring Open End
12
Connect Battery (Earth lead first)
10mm Ring Open End Spanner
13
Connect fuel line
Screw Driver
14
Connect Oil Breather
Screw Driver
15
Connect Choke Cable
Long Nose Pliers
16
Connect Throttle Cable
Long Nose Pliers
17
Connect Air Inlet
Screw Driver
18
Fit Propeller and spinner
7/16 Ring Open End
7/16 Torque Wrench
Phillips Screw Driver
19
Fit Cooling Ducts
3/16 Allen Key
20
Prime Fuel system with electric pump and inspect
for leaks
-
21
Check for oil. Fill if needed.
2.3L oil (2.43 US quarts)
22
Wind over to get oil pressure
-
23
Start and inspect for leaks
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Spanner
Spanner
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Operation
Tools Required
24
Test Fly
Note: First flight is a test flight so fly
conservatively
-
25
Remove Cowls and inspect for anything loose,
rubbing or leaking.
-
26
Check Head bolt tensions torqued to 20 ft. lb.
-
27
At25 hours inspect engine installation. Change oil
and filter. Cut filter open and inspect. Check
engine leak down
-
28
If oil consumption is stable fill with W100 (W80 in cold conditions and W120 in very hot conditions). If
it is still using oil remain on run in oil or seek advice
from
Jabiru Aircraft
or
local authorized
representative
7.5
Prop Strike Inspection
After ground contact with the propeller, check the crankshaft and prop flange for run out as shown
below.
Figure 8 Dial Indicator Position for Crankshaft & Prop Flange Run Out
•
•
•
Remove one spark plug from each head.
Carefully sand off paint on crank diameter and prop flange where dial indicator will be
located.
Position dial indicator onto crank as shown above and eliminate main bearing clearance by
bearing down on crank when rotating. Rotate crankshaft to measure crankshaft run out,
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normally expect to see 0.01 - 0.03 mm, but if run out exceeds of 0.08 mm the crankshaft
must be replaced.
Position dial indicator onto prop flange as shown above, eliminate end float by either pulling
or pushing flange when rotating. Rotate prop flange to measure the face run out, normally
expect to see 0.02 - 0.06 mm, but if run out exceeds 0.08 mm then replace the prop flange.
Note:
If the crankshaft run-out exceeds the above limit the engine has to be stripped and the
crankshaft replaced.
The flywheel retaining cap screws (6) need to be replaced after any prop strike.
Even if the above run out requirements are met and depending on the severity of the prop strike, it
could be prudent that an engine strip be performed and the crankshaft MPI tested, as internal
damage may have occurred and can only be revealed by stripping the engine.
The decision to run an engine after a prop strike and after carrying out the above run out checks,
rests with the owner. If you have any doubt about the action to take, then consult the Jabiru factory
or your Authorised Jabiru dealer for advice.
Engines running a non-Jabiru propeller (especially composite propellers), must check the tension
of the 6 flywheel cap screws at each service to determine that the cap screws meet the torque
requirement, if not, then replace the cap screws and apply Loctite to the screws on assembly.
If an engine stoppage due to force is not recorded in the logbook and
not advised to Jabiru, the liability for all subsequent and consequential
damage will remain with the owner.
This applies to both prior to and after engine overhaul. If a crankshaft has been severely stressed
but measurements and MPI testing indicates a sound item it is Jabiru policy to not re-use, but
replace with a new crankshaft.
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Notes Before Starting Engine
Jabiru Aircraft Pty Ltd
2200 Hydraulic Lifter Engine
WARNING
This engine has been run in and is ready for flight. This engine uses hydraulic lifters for valve
operation.
DO NOT GROUND RUN THIS ENGINE
This engine has been inhibited and the oil system drained. Before first start of new engine,
remove 1 spark plug from each head. Add the required run-in oil to sump (2.3 litres), engine must
have oil cooler fitted. Press starter to obtain oil pressure and to throw out excess inhibiting oil in
cylinders. Replace plugs. NOTE: ALL plastic bungs must be removed
Note: Cylinder heads have a 1/8 NPT plug to be unscrewed to uncover head bolt No. 5. After
torquing, reset plug.
CAUTION: Do not over-tighten. Over-tightening will eventually loosen fit between plug &
head to the point where the plug will not be secure.
Figure 9 – Head Bolt Locations
If the engine is run on the ground before flight use minimum power settings and minimum time
to avoid overheating. If the engine is to be run at more than idle power on the ground extralarge cooling ducts and oil cooler will be required.
For the first 25 hours of operation, add 2.2 litres of Shell 100 oil. After 25 hours drain oil,
check torque of cylinder head bolts to 20 ft lbs.
Use 2.2 litres of W100 oil for normal operation or W80 oil for cold weather operation. Shell also
manufacture a multigrade oil Aeroshell 15W50 which is particularly suited for operations in cold
climates.
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CAUTION: UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES USE AUTOMOTIVE OIL IN THIS ENGINE.
Use only oils which are designed for Air Cooled Aero Engines.
Some brands of automotive oils have been shown to cause very rapid cylinder wear. This will
not be covered under Jabiru’s Limited, Express warranty.
Operate engine only on AVGAS 100LL or highest octane available MOGAS (Min octane 95
RON). Failure to do so could result in engine damage and void Jabiru’s Limited Express
Warranty.
CAUTION:
USE OF OIL/FUEL ADDITIVES VOIDS JABIRU’S LIMITED, EXPRESS WARRANTY
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TABLE OF LUBRICANTS
Use only oils of registered brands meeting the specification detailed at para. 2.5.
Acceptable engine lubricating oils:
Run in Period
Oil
Outside Air Temp
80
°
-17 C to 25°C
100
°
15 C to 35°C
W80
°
-17 C to 25°C
W100
°
15 C to 35°C
120
Above 35°C
Normal Operations
Oil
Outside Air Temp
W120
Above 35°C
Note: Multigrade aviation oils are also available.
Figure 10. Oil System Schematic
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10 TORQUE SPECIFICATION FOR BOLTS & NUTS
Part
Nom. Dia (mm)
Torque
nm (ft.lbs)
11 (8)
34 (24)
34 (24)
40 (30)
Spark Plugs
12mm
Cylinder Head Bolts
5/16"
Flywheel/Gear Bolts
5/16”
Crankshaft Prop Flange Cap Screws 3/8"
(Lockwire – for std length flange only)
Tappet Cover Cap Screws
1/4"
Starter Motor Bolts
1/4"
Carburettor Flange Bolts
1/4"
Alternator & Coil Mount Bolts
1/4"
7 (5)
11 (8)
11 (8)
14 (10)
Propeller Bolts
9.5 (7)
1/4"
Initially head bolts are assembled at 24 Ft Lb. After 25 hours head bolts
can be checked at 20 Ft Lb.
10.1
PRESCRIBED SEALANTS AND PRIMERS
Item
Engine Mount Bolts
Spark Plugs NGK D9EA*
Spark Plug Lubricant
Prop Mount
Flywheel – Crank bolts
*
**
***
Sealant
Loctite 243
Loctite “Nickel Anti-Seize”
Loctite 620
Loctite 620
Tighten to finger tight to seat, then with plug socket turn an additional ½ turn (8 ft/lbs) for a
new plug.
All gasket areas use Loctite 'Gasket Eliminator' 515
LOCTITE CURE ACCELERATOR 7471 used on threads before LOCTITE
10.2
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS SPECIFICATIONS
(All Dimensions are in Millimetres)
Ignition
Primary Resistance
Secondary Resistance
Coil Gap
Plug Gap
Ignition Harness Resistance
8.8R to 1.0R
5.9kR to 7.1kR
0.27
0.55
6.7kR per 300mm of length
Alternator
Coil Resistance
Coil Earth Resistance
A.C. Output
D.C. Output
0.2 to 0.3 at 20oC
Infinite
40 VAC at 2750 RPM
14.2 VDA at 2750 RPM
Tacho
Coil Resistance
Gap
160 to 170R
0.4
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11 Operating Notes – Quick Reference Guide
11.1
New Engine Notes
•
This engine has been ground run to a specific run in program and is ready for flight.
•
The engine has been INHIBITED. However if you intend to store it for any length of time
please refer to Section 5.7.3 of INSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL. Removing
spark plugs and turning over will help periodically.
•
Before initial start add oil to engine (2.3 litres with cooler), remove one plug per head
and turn the engine over on the starter to remove excess inhibitor. Once oil pressure is
obtained replace plugs and continue start-up sequence.
•
Remove ALL plastic bungs on engine before starting. EXHAUST (4) CARBY (2) OIL
VENT (1) FUEL PUMP (1)
•
VARY your RPM when flying with a new engine.
•
The idle cannot be set on the DYNO. Adjust throttle stop to obtain 900-950 RPM when
engine is warm before first flight.
•
Do not “Baby” a new engine. The purpose of breaking in an engine correctly is to
ensure a long reliable life. All moving parts need freeing up especially piston rings to
cylinder walls. This is best accomplished when the greatest B.M.E.P. (Break Mean
Effective Pressure) occurs. That is at 75% power and above. Early running of an engine
should include periods at high RPM and power settings.
•
Failure to operate at realistic power settings could be detrimental to engine condition &
long-term performance.
•
Always take off using full power – especially when the engine is new.
•
Avoid heat build up – monitor CHT and oil temps. Note that Initial temps will be elevated
due to the friction of a new engine. Careful monitoring by the pilot is needed during this
initial period to ensure long life of the engine and its components.
•
CIRCUIT WORK is a good sequence for initial run in work.
i)
Abbreviate circuits initially
ii)
Step climbs and climb at shallow angles & higher airspeeds
iii)
Do not carry out glide approaches
iv)
Gradually reduce power
v)
Avoid sudden heating up and sudden cooling down
•
When you change oil from the “run in” type to the “normal” oil at or around 25 hrs,
replace oil filter.
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Normal Operation Notes
The following are tips to ensure a long life. They are intended to bring attention to important
aspects of caring for a Jabiru 2200 engine. For details on the required work, refer to the main body
of this manual.
11.2.1
Regular Checks
•
With ignition and master OFF and throttle closed turn the prop by hand and observe engine for
odd noises or heavy movements.
•
Turn the engine over by hand before starting to check for regular compressions. If irregular
(one cylinder with lower compression than others) a leak-down or similar pressure differential
test should be done. If the results show a low-compression cylinder, contact Jabiru Aircraft or
our authorized local representative.
•
Compression Test: Condition of compression can be gauged by testing the engine with a
compression gauge. The test is carried out with the engine warm, wide open throttle, ignitions
OFF. Turn over on starter. A reading below 90 PSI may indicate removal of head and possibly
cylinder.
•
Pressure Differential Test: As an alternative to a compression test, a pressure differential
test (Leak down) can be carried out. This is a much better test of the condition of rings, bore,
head sealing and valve. This is the normal test used in aviation and requires specific
equipment.
The test is carried out with the engine in warm to hot condition. Pressure input of 80 PSI; a
second gauge reads the differential. This is done with piston on TDC on the firing stroke. Note
that the propeller needs to be restrained. A differential of lower than 80/60 indicates a problem.
Problems can be better identified using the leak down:
v)
Blow by through the crankcase vent indicates worn rings or bore
vi)
Leaking from carby indicates a poor intake valve seal
vii)
Leaking from exhaust indicates a poor exhaust valve seal
viii)
Head leak indicates poor head to cylinder seal
With the problem narrowed down, correction work can more easily be carried out.
•
Your Tension Wrench should be accurate. It should be a “good” brand and have had some
method of calibration. Even new wrenches can be un-calibrated and can vary to manufacturers
claims.
•
The Coil Gap can be adjusted easily by cutting a 15mm wide strip of plastic or thin card
(thickness .010”). Place between magnets on flywheel and coil. Check both sides, that is each
coil to each magnet (4 checks).
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11.2.2
Oil
• Use a non-compounded AVIATION oil:Aero Shell 100
Mobil Red Band (EXXON Aviation Oil 100)
BP Aviation Oil 100
• Use for 20-25 hours, then drain and replace with a compounded AVIATION oil:Aero Shell W100
Aero Shell 15W50 (for cooler climates)
Mobil Aero 100 (SAE 50) (EXXON Aero Elite 100)
BP Aero Oil D100/BP Multigrade Aero Oil D SAE 20 W 50
Aero Shell W 100 Plus
•
The normal running oils are detergent and ashless dispersant types. See MAINTENANCE
SECTION 5.3
•
Oil capacity:
The new engine will hold 2.3 litres with an oil cooler.
On subsequent oil changes the engine will hold approx 2.2 litres.
•
Do not use any type of automotive oil. Aviation oils have been blended specifically for the
difficult operating conditions found in an air cooled aero engine operation and using automotive
will be extremely detrimental to its operation.
•
When you change oil from the “run in” type to the “normal” oil at or around 25 hrs replace oil
filter. You may want to cut the filter open for inspection. It is usual in Jabiru engines to find a
small amount of aluminium but definitely no metal. If bearing metal is present contact the
Jabiru Service Department.
11.2.3
Engine Cooling
• Avoid prolonged ground running at elevated RPM. Engine can be over heated during ground
operations – remember air ducts are designed for in flight cooling. Ground running at high
power settings for more than a few minutes requires the use of special, oversize air ducts and
oil cooler.
•
Do not apply full power until CHT has reached at least 100°C (212°F)
•
ALWAYS TAKE OFF AT FULL POWER – especially when the engine is new.
•
For the first few take offs climb at a higher airspeed than normal to assist engine cooling.
Reduce power at cross wind leg and shallow climb (lower nose).
•
Avoid high nose altitude continual climbs. The higher the climb out speed the better for engine
cooling. No low speed high nose altitude climb outs.
•
RETORQUE heads on annual inspection.
•
The ducts supplied with the engine need to be fitted. See Installation manual. Occasionally,
periodic research and development dictates that changes must occur to cooling ducts. The
ducts supplied with new engines will the latest types and may differ to those supplied with older
engines.
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11.2.4
Consumables
• Filters – Regular inspections are a must for fuel and air filters. Conditions will dictate when
changed. The air box has a rubber flap to give partial inspection of air filter.
•
Spark Plugs - NGK D9EA are recommended. Refer to main body of this manual for plug gap.
Remember that plugs are installed at around 8 ft lb or given 1/2 turn after contact with head.
18mm Plug spanner used.
11.2.5
Starting
• A warm idle of around 900 RPM will automatically create the right starting environment. As the
engine is run-in on a dynamometer the Idle set screw may have to be adjusted to give 900
RPM idle when warm.
•
Normal start requires the application of choke with the throttle closed. With the throttle on the
idle stop the butterfly in the throat body will be slightly cracked. The engine will be difficult to
start if throttle is cracked open too far.
•
After the engine stars the choke should be pushed off. The choke is only used for a cold start.
Prolonged cranking with choke on will “flood” the intake system, making starting difficult.
Should this occur, leave the aircraft to sit for approx 10 minutes, or alternatively, clear the
system on full throttle momentarily (mags off).
•
If the Cranking speed is too slow (poor battery or starter fault) the ignitions will not fire,
preventing starting. If jump starting is necessary, it point towards poor battery condition or
faulty alternator charging. Further testing would then be required in these areas to identify the
problem.
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12 Trouble Shooting
12.1
Troubleshooting Tables
12.1.1
Engine Won't Start
15)
Remedy
Switch ON
Adjust gap to 0.6-0.7mm or renew plugs
Open tap, renew filter, check fuel system for
leaks
No fuel in tank
Refuel
Wrongly connected high tension leads
Connect as shown on leads
Starting Speed too low, faulty or discharged Recharge or replace battery
battery
Coil to Magnet gap too wide
Adjust to 0.25mm (0.010")
High tension leads loose or damaged
Check or renew connections
Dampness in distributors
Thoroughly dry internally
Spark plugs damp due to condensation
Thoroughly dry both inside and outside of
plugs
Plug face wet by fuel due to excessive Dry spark plugs, trace possible faults in fuel
actuation of choke or overflow of carb
system or over flow of carb.
Float valve dirty or jammed
Clean or renew float valve
Jets in carb. clogged
Clean jets
Water in carb.
Drain & clean carb.,fuel line & filter. Water
drain fuel tank
Insufficient compression
Trace pressure loss & repair if necessary
16)
Engine damage
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
12)
13)
14)
Possible Cause
Ignition OFF
Spark plug gap too large
Closed fuel tap or clogged filter
12.1.2
1)
2)
3)
Inspect oil strainer filter & oil filter for metallic
particles. If present, an engine overhaul may
be necessary.
Engine Idles Unsteadily After Warm-Up Period: Smoky Exhaust
Possible Cause
Choke activated
Float valve dirty, jammed or worn
Intake manifold leak
12.1.3
Remedy
Close choke
Clean or renew float valve
Tighten all connections, renew faulty items
Engine Runs Erratically or Misfires Occasionally
1)
Possible Cause
Spark plug failure
2)
3)
4)
Faulty HT leads
Faulty ignition unit
Clogged fuel filter
Remedy
Check plugs, clean inside & outside, adjust
electrode gap. If necessary, renew plugs
Dry damp leads, renew damaged leads
Renew ignition unit
Renew fuel filter
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Engine Runs Too Hot - Oil Temperature Above 110oC (230oF)
12.1.4
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Possible Cause
Too much oil in crankcase
Low oil level
Poor quality oil
Clogged oil filter
Excessive piston blow by
6)
Faulty bearings
7)
Faulty oil temperature gauge
12.1.5
Remedy
Check oil level & adjust if necessary
Check oil level & add oil if necessary
Oil change, use specified oil
Change filter
Common reason: worn or sticking piston rings,
complete engine overhaul necessary
If metallic particles are present in oil, complete
engine overhaul necessary
Exchange gauge
Unsatisfactory Power Output
Possible Cause
1)
Ignition failure
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Too much oil in crankcase
Insufficient fuel supply
Fuel not according to specifications
Incorrect throttle adjustment
Leak in air intake
7)
8)
Carby diaphragm damage
Hydraulic Lifter stuck / collapsed
12.1.6
Remedy
Check ignition circuits; check wiring and pickups; replace ignition units.
Check oil level & adjust if necessary
Check fuel supply system
Re-fuel with specified fuel
Re-adjust throttle fitting
Check and tighten all connections, check carby
sockets.
renew diaphragm
Replace lifter(s)
Low Oil Pressure
1)
2)
3)
Possible Cause
Insufficient oil in sump
High oil temperature
Faulty pressure gauge, sender or wiring
4)
5)
Faulty crankshaft bearings
Relief valve not sealing
12.1.7
Remedy
Check oil level & replenish as necessary
Refer to Para. 10.4
Check gauge, sender & wiring. Renew as
necessary.
Engine overhaul
Inspect, replace back after cleaning
Engine Keeps Running with Ignition Off
1)
2)
Possible Cause
Idle speed too high
Faulty ignition switch
3)
Overheated engine
12.1.8
1)
2)
3)
4)
Jabiru 2200 Aircraft Engine
Remedy
Adjust to proper idle speed (900 RPM)
Check switch & cables. Repair/replace as
necessary
Conduct cooling run at 900 RPM
Excessive Oil Consumption
Possible Cause
Remedy
Worn, broken or wrongly fitted piston rings Repair/engine overhaul necessary
Poor oil quality
Oil change, use specified oil
Worn valve guides
Repair of cylinder head necessary
Oil leaks
Seal leaks
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12.1.9
1)
2)
3)
Jabiru 2200 Aircraft Engine
Hydraulic Valve Lifter Models
Knocking Under Load
Possible Cause
Octane rating of fuel too low
Spark plug fitted without sealing washer
Heavy carbon deposits
Remedy
Use fuel with higher octane rating
Ensure one sealing washer on each plug
Remove cylinder heads &
in combustion chamber
remove deposits. Determine oil consumption.
Notes:
- Running this engine on low octane fuel will cause piston damage and in extreme cases failure
of the top ring gland or holed piston due to detonation.
- Changing the engine tuning to a leaner air fuel mix can cause piston damage.
12.1.10
Engine Hard to Start at Low Temperature
1)
2)
Possible Cause
Starting speed too low
High oil pressure
3)
Low battery charge
12.1.11
Remedy
Preheat engine
At very low temperatures, a pressure reading of up to
around 500 kpa
doesn't
necessarily indicate a
malfunction
Fit fully charged battery
Hydraulic Valve Lifters
Symptoms
1)
Engine noisy, “tapping” at idle
2)
Reduced engine power
3)
Excess metal in oil filter
Possible Cause
Remedy
“Soft” lifter(s) due to lifter fault
Replace lifter(s)
“Soft” lifter(s) due to low oil See Low Oil Pressure section
pressure
above.
Run engine. Up to 15 minutes
running may be required to
completely expel air from the
“Soft” lifter(s) due to air in lifter
lifter. OR
Remove lifter and manually fill
with oil.
Soft or stuck hydraulic lifter(s)
Replace lifter(s)
“Soft” lifter(s) due to low oil See Low Oil Pressure section
pressure
above.
Reduce operating oil pressure
Lifters “pumping up” holding
(within limits)
valves open
Replace lifter(s)
Inspect lifter and cam working
Cam / Lifter damage
surfaces. Replace if damaged.
Notes:
- Refer to Section 6.8 for additional details on hydraulic lifter maintenance requirements.
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12.2
Jabiru 2200 Aircraft Engine
Hydraulic Valve Lifter Models
Troubleshooting Quick Guide
12.2.1
Low Oil Pressure
• A sudden drop of pressure usually is caused by a piece of foreign matter lodging under the
relief valve. Simply remove oil filter and cooler adaptor (if fitted). Remove matter by depressing
plunger or removing relief mechanism. Replace and check operation by ground run. If low
pressure persists the problem will need further investigation.
•
High oil temperature can cause low oil pressure. Ensure oil temperature remains within limits
at all times. The fitting of an approved oil cooler is strongly recommended. Overfilling the sump
with oil can cause high oil temperature.
12.2.2
Flicking Of Oil Pressure Gauge
• It is not uncommon for the Jabiru engine to display flicking of the needle pointer for brief
periods but still within normal operating regions. If it continues, check continuity of sender lead
and or possible sender change. (We are assuming oil level is OK).
12.2.3
CHT
• If the gauge is not reading, the cause can be cause by a break in the sender wires or incorrect
polarity.
•
High readings can result from a poorly centred sender under the spark plug.
•
Normal cruise CHT should not exceed 150°C and climb must not exceed 200°C. Air ducts
supplied at present give results below these figures.
12.2.4
RPM
• Tacho’s may need adjustment when a new engine is fitted. Inducted magnet sender units
require coil gap to flywheel tags of .014” or .35mm.
12.2.5
Magneto Checks
• Possible causes of abnormal drop could be loose leads, faulty leads, rotor buttons, coil gaps,
spark plugs.
12.2.6
Rough Cylinder Running
• Check plugs, ignition coils and the induction system for looseness.
12.2.7
Carby Breather
• Carburetors have a brass fitting for venting. This is must be connected to a fitting screwed into
filtered side of the carby heat box
12.2.8
Limitations
• Jabiru recommend TBO of 2000 hrs, with a Top End overhaul at 1000 or when engine
condition indicates the need for overhaul earlier.
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13 Airworthiness Limitations Section
The Airworthiness Limitations Section is CASA Approved.
There are no Airworthiness Limitations pertaining to the Jabiru 2200C engine
Signed: .......................................
Date: ...........................................
Dinh Nguyen
Delegate of the Authority
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Hydraulic Valve Lifter Models
14 New Engine – Jabiru’s Limited, Express Warranty
New Jabiru Aircraft Engines are covered by Jabiru’s Limited, Express Warranty. Details of this
warranty are given below.
NOTE:
JABIRU’S LIMITED, EXPRESS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE, EXPRESSLY GIVEN AND
HAS BEEN ACCEPTED IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
ORAL OR WRITTEN, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR OTHER
WARRANTIES IMPLIED IN LAW. THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES WHICH EXTEND
BEYOND THAT WHICH IS DESCRIBED IN JABIRU’S LIMITED, EXPRESS WARRANTY.
Jabiru Aircraft Pty Ltd, hereinafter JABIRU warrants that it will make good without charge, any
defect which appears in this engine.
Provided:
1. The defect has been notified in writing to JABIRU:
i)
Before the engine has operated a total of 200 hours or,
ii)
Within twelve (12) months of the date of delivery of the engine to the first retail
purchaser.
Whichever comes first, and
2. The engine has been delivered to a JABIRU Approved Service Centre or such other service
facility as advised by JABIRU, and
3. the engine has been installed in an aircraft type in accordance with a JABIRU approved
installation system, and
4. The engine has been updated in accordance with JABIRU Service Bulletins before operation,
and
5. The engine has been stored in accordance with the Engine Preservation instruction in the
Jabiru Instruction & Maintenance Manual, and
6. JABIRU has determined that the defect complained of is one of workmanship and is not
caused by:
i)
Misuse or abuse of the engine such as by operation outside the approved Flight
Manual, or Maintenance and Operation Manual, etc, or by neglect
Improper installation, including overheating.
Operation of the engine after it is known to be defective
Accident or deliberate act
Atmospheric fallout or flood, hail, salt, wind, etc.
Failure to carry out proper maintenance service
Use of incorrect types and/or grades of fuel, oil or lubricants
Alteration or modification of the engine by any party not authorised in writing by
JABIRU
The fitting of parts or accessories not marketed by JABIRU
Any work carried out on the engine by someone other than an Authorised JABIRU
Service Centre or someone else authorised by JABIRU in writing,
The use of any engine oil or fuel additives or oil stabilisers
ii)
iii)
iv)
v)
vi)
vii)
viii)
ix)
x)
xi)
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Hydraulic Valve Lifter Models
BY JABIRU (or as otherwise decided by JABIRU) MAKING GOOD THE DEFECT BY REPAIR
OR, AT THE OPTION OF JABIRU, BY REPLACEMENT.
Excluded from this Limited, Express Warranty are service items such as engine tuning,
adjustments, replacement of air and oil filters, spark plugs, etc which are required as part of
normal engine maintenance.
This Limited, Express Warranty is given to the person who is entitled to possession of the engine
whether as owner, lessee or otherwise and is given in addition to all right conferred by law on that
person.
Limited, Express Warranty repairs do not extend the original Limited, Express Warranty.
Due to the substantial number of problems that can arise due to installation errors, JABIRU shall
not be liable for any labour and/or service charges for removal, reinstallation and adjustment which
are the responsibility of the buyer and are not covered by this Limited, Express Warranty.
Consequential damages and freight costs are also not covered by this Limited, Express Warranty.
JABIRU makes no representation that this engine is suitable for installation in any particular
aircraft and the responsibility for determining such suitability rests with the Buyer.
Under no condition shall JABIRU or a JABIRU Authorised Service Centre be liable for any
contingent costs through the engine or aircraft being out of service for whatever reason.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO OWNERS
AVAILABILITY OF SERVICE AND PARTS AFTER WARRANTY
JABIRU Aircraft Pty Ltd maintains a substantial stock of spare parts and operates a Service
Exchange Programme in respect to some components. Every endeavor is made to ensure that
JABIRU carries adequate stocks of service parts and that Authorised Service Agents are equipped
to provide satisfactory service, but JABIRU does not make any promise that after the expiration of
the Limited, Express Warranty such parts or service will be available, or available at any specific
location or at any particular time.
UNAUTHORISED STATEMENTS IN RELATION TO JABIRU PRODUCTS
No JABIRU Authorised Service Centre or other person is authorised or permitted to give or make
any statement assertion or undertaking in relation to the quality, performance, characteristics,
descriptions or fitness for any purpose of any JABIRU product or in connection with the supply of
any JABIRU product, which is at variance with any written statement assertion or undertaking on
any of these subjects given or made by JABIRU in its published sales literature, and the company
does not accept any such unauthorised action.
LIMITED, EXPRESS WARRANTY ON JABIRU REPLACEMENT PARTS
As a part of its Limited, Express Warranty, JABIRU warrants in respect of JABIRU parts and
accessories required as replacement parts, that it will make good by repair or at its option by
replacement any defect occurring in any such JABIRU parts and accessories within twelve (12)
months from the date of acquisition. Normal wear and tear is excluded. This Limited, Express
Warranty does not cover those parts listed as exclusions above and is subject to the same general
exclusions.
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Hydraulic Valve Lifter Models
15 Jabiru’s Limited, Express Warranty: Claim Form
FROM:__________________________________DATE:____________
ENGINE PARTS:
AIRFRAME PARTS:
ENGINE NUMBER:
AIRFRAME KIT NUMBER:__________
PART NUMBER:
TOTAL HOURS:__________________
OWNER:
PREVIOUS OWNER:_______________
PART DESCRIPTION:
CLAIM:
FAULTY GOODS RETURNED:
YES
COURIER Co. REF NO:__________
NO
ALL GOODS THAT ARE BOXED AND HAVE TO PASS THROUGH CUSTOMS HAVE TO BE
CLEANED AND FREE FROM CONTAMINATION WITH A STATEMENT ATTACHED SPECIFING
HOW THEY WERE CLEANED AND THAT THEY ARE FREE OF DIRT AND GRASS SEEDS. IF
THEY ARE NOT CLEANED TO CUSTOMS SATISFACTION AN EXTRA CLEANING CHARGE
WILL APPLY.
IF THIS CLAIM FORM IS NOT COMPLETELY AND CORRECTLY COMPLETED WARRANTY
MAY BE REFUSED.
OFFICE USE ONLY
APPROVED
NOT APPROVED
REASON
PRINTED NAME:
SIGNED:
DATED:
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