Re: Revmaster R-2100D Turbo high altitude Expereince?

Rene Robertson <q2robertson@...>

Roy Marsh's KR2S was flying with a Revmaster R-2100D Turbo and has some significant time on it with good success.  It has changed owners in the last couple of years but I know then engine/airframe went over 600 hours two years ago still with the Turbo on it. 
I don't know of any higher time Q2 Revmaster Turbo installs.  I actually bought a Revmaster Turbo engine in pieces two years ago to install in my Q2, but have put that on the shelf for now since I'm happy with my modified Revmaster peformance.  Anyone interested in my Turbo engine (in pieces) can contact me off list.
1100 hours on Revmaster

--- On Wed, 9/30/09, jcrain2@... <jcrain2@...> wrote:

From: jcrain2@... <jcrain2@...>
Subject: Re: [Q-LIST] Revmaster R-2100D Turbo high altitude Expereince?
To: Q-LIST@...
Received: Wednesday, September 30, 2009, 10:52 PM

VW's and turbos don't mix very well.  Have not heard of anyone flying with one...for very long.  I know they were produced but the extra heat is a big factor.  I know there are guys lurking here with VW experience that could tell you more.
My TriQ200 has been through Gallup, NM  Winslow, AZ.  Belin, NM and did just fine.  It did better before I rebuilt the engine and lost the high compression pistons.

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