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Limbach L2000

 

The Limbach L2000 is a series of German piston aero-engines designed and built by Limbach Flugmotoren. First run circa 1980, they are four-cylinder, four-stroke, air-cooled horizontally opposed, piston engines with a power output of 75 to 80 hp (56 to 60 kW).

 

Variants:

L2000 DA
Certified in 1989 as a double-ignition tractor engine with carburettor in the back, top location, alternator in the front, starter in the front. 75 hp (56 kW)

 

L2000 E0
Certified in 1980 as a single-ignition tractor engine with carburettor in the back, bottom location, alternator in the back, starter in the back. 80 hp (60 kW)

 

L2000 EA
Certified in 1980 as a single-ignition tractor engine with carburettor in the back, top location, alternator in the front, starter in the front. 80 hp (60 kW)

 

L2000 EB
Certified in 1980 as a single-ignition tractor engine with two carburettors in the back, bottom location, alternator in the back, starter in the back. 80 hp (60 kW)
 
L2000 EC
Certified in 1980 as a single-ignition pusher engine with carburettor in the back, bottom location, alternator in the back, starter in the back. 80 hp (60 kW)
 
Applications:
Aeromot AMT-100 Ximango
AV Leichtflugzeuge Vagabund
Grob G 109
Hoffmann HK 36 Super Dimona
ICA IS-28
JPM 01 Médoc
Lucas L-6A
Scheibe SF 36A (EA)
Valentin Taifun
Weller UW-9 Sprint
Whisper Aircraft Whisper

 

Specifications:

 

L-200 EA
Cycle: 4 stroke
No cylinders: 4
Bore: 90 mm
Stroke: 78.4 mm
Compression: 8.6
Displacement: 1994 cc
Cooling: air
Ignition: magneto
Weight: 69 kg
Max pwr: 80 hp at 3400 rpm
Price 1998: 16 400 DM

 

L200 E0
Type: Four-cylinder, four-stroke air-cooled flat piston engine
Bore: 90 mm
Stroke: 78.4 mm
Displacement: 1.994 cc
Length: 627 mm
Width: 775 mm
Height: 415 mm
Dry weight: 70 kg
Fuel type: Mogas and 100LL Octane petrol
Cooling system: Air-cooled
Power output: 51 kW at 3,000 rpm (max continuous)
Compression ratio: 8:5 - 8:9:1

 

 


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