Main Menu

HKS 700




The HKS 700E is a twin-cylinder, horizontally opposed, four stroke, carburetted aircraft engine, designed for use on ultralight aircraft, powered parachutes and ultralight trikes. The engine is manufactured by HKS, a Japanese company noted for its automotive racing engines.

The HKS 700E has dual capacitor discharge ignition, dual carburetors and electric start. The engine is mainly air-cooled, but with oil-cooled cylinder heads. The OHV pushrod engine has four valves per cylinder, and nickel-ceramic coated cylinder bores. Lubrication is dry sump, with a trochoid pump.

The reduction drive is a choice of two integral gearboxes: the A-type gearbox has a 2.58:1 ratio and can accommodate propellers of up to 4,000 kg/ inertial load; the B-type gearbox has a 3.47:1 ratio and can accommodate propellers of up to 6,000 kg/

The 700E burns 9 L (2.4 US gal) per hour in cruise flight at 4,750 rpm. The recommended time between overhauls is 800 hours, although this is expected to be increased as experience is gained.
Producing 60 hp (45 kW) at 6,200 rpm for three minutes for take-off and 56 hp (42 kW) at 5,800 rpm continuously, the 700E was designed as a fuel efficient four stroke alternative to the high fuel consumption two stroke engines, such as the Rotax 582.


HKS 700E


The company's owner's manual disclaimer states:
WARNING! This is a non-certified aircraft engine, the possibility of engine failure exists at all times. Do not operate this engine over densely populated areas. Do not operate this engine over terrain where a safe, power off landing cannot be performed. The operating and maintenance instructions supplied with this engine must be followed at all times. Flying any aircraft involves the risk of injury or death, building and maintaining your own aircraft requires great personal responsibility.



Initial version, normally aspirated and producing 60 hp (45 kW) at 6200 rpm for three minutes for take-off and 56 hp (42 kW) at 5800 rpm continuously.

Turbocharged version with a 62.5 mm (2.5 in) stroke and a compression ratio of 8.8:1, that produces 80 hp (60 kW) at 5300 rpm for three minutes for take-off and 77 hp (57 kW) at 4900 rpm continuously. The engine's dry weight is 57.5 kg (127 lb) equipped with electrical system, electric starter, fuel injectors, gearbox, exhaust system and turbocharger. The initial time between overhauls is recommended as 500 hours, but this is expected to rise with operational experience.




Aeroalcool Quasar
Aeros del Sur Manta
Aéro Services Guépard Guépe
Air Creation Skypper
Air Creation Trek
Airsport Sonet
Antares MA-33
Aviation Products Star Trike
BAaer Guri
BB Microlight BB-two seater
Bede BD-6
Bede BD-17 Nugget
ASAP Chinook Plus 2
Capella T-Raptor
CGS Hawk
Club ULM Rotor Ptenets-2
Cyclone AX2000
DTA Combo
Earthstar Thunder Gull
Excalibur Aircraft Excalibur
Fletcher Hercules
Flightstar II
Flying K Sky Raider
Flying Machines FM301
Harmening High Flyer
Green Sky Adventures Micro Mong
Hy-Tek Hurricane Hauler
Murphy JDM-8
Murphy Maverick
North Wing Sport X2
Phoenix Air Phoenix
Quad City Challenger
RagWing RW22 Tiger Moth
Rainbow Aerotrike
SlipStream Ultra Sport
Solo Wings Aquilla
Sport Flight Talon
Stellar Astra
Summit Steel Breeze
TechProAviation Merlin 100
Titan Tornado






HKS 700T
80 HP  
Turbo Charged
Elec Fuel Injection   
Sea Level Performance at 15,000 ft
Turbo Charged, Electronic Fuel Injection
2 Cylinders 4-Stroke Engine With Horizontally Opposed Cylinders 4 Valves per Cylinder Turbocharger with Intercooler
Bore X Stroke: 85mm x 62.5 mm
Compression Ratio: 8.8 : 1  
Power Output: 77hp (57.4kw) at 4900rpm (continous)  
80hp (59.7kw) at 5300rpm (3min./Take off)
Maximum Torque: 79.6 ft lb at 4600 - 5200 rpm  
Maximum RPM: 5300  
TBO: 500 hours
Reduction Gear: Designation C-type 2.62:1  
Engine Weight (Dry, with Electric Starter, Fuel line with Injector, Exhaust Manifold, Intake Manifold, turbocharger, and Gearbox): 126.8 lbs57.5 kg (57.5 kg)


Type: Two cylinder, four-stroke aircraft engine
Bore: 85 mm (3.3 in)
Stroke: 60 mm (2.4 in)
Displacement: 680 cc (41.49 cu in)
Dry weight: 55 kg (121 lb) equipped with electrical system, electric starter, carburetors, gearbox, exhaust system, oil tank and cooler
Valvetrain: two intake and two exhaust valves per cylinder
Fuel type: unleaded auto fuel
Oil system: dry sump with a trochoid pump
Cooling system: free air cylinders, with oil-cooled cylinder heads
Reduction gear: A-type gearbox with 2.58:1 ratio, limit of 4,000kg/ inertial load. The B-type gearbox with 3.47:1 ratio, limit of 6,000kg/ inertial load
Power output: 60 hp (45 kW) at 6200 rpm for three minutes for take-off and 56 hp (42 kW) at 5800 rpm continuous
Compression ratio: 11.3:1
Max torque: 7 kgm at 5800 rpm
Price 1998: $6200









Copyright © 2019 all-aero. All Rights Reserved.
Joomla! is Free Software released under the GNU General Public License.