New Rotax 912UL/ULS & 912iS Service Class

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New Rotax 912UL/ULS & 912iS Service Class

Postby roger lee » Wed Aug 16, 2017 2:47 pm

Note*** When you call California Power Systems to sign up make sure you tell them it is for the Tucson, AZ class in October 2017 or February 2018 so it isn't confused with some other class..



New Rotax 912UL/ULS & 912iS Service Class

Conducted by Rotax Instructor Roger Lee in Tucson, AZ

In conjunction with California Power Systems

Come join us for a new and exciting Service class.

http://www.cps-parts.com/catalog/rtxpag ... pclass.php

Two separate class dates. You can attend either.

Oct. 14 & 15 2017 or Feb. 3 & 4 2018


(Saturday & Sunday)

This class is a must for an Owner, LSRM or an A&P mechanic to develop their 912 series inspection skills and knowledge.

This class will focus on a hands on approach to completing a 100 hour / annual condition inspection. The class will differ from other Service rated classes as it will spend less classroom time and a lot of hands on time with a live engine performing a 100 hour / Annual Condition Inspection. You will be able to ask on the spot questions and solve problems on the live engine while developing and expanding your 912 inspection skills and knowledge base. We will have classroom in the morning Saturday and Sunday ( Oct. 14 & 15th or Feb. 4 & 5th ) and spend both afternoons doing an annual inspection on an in-service and operational 912 engine. The afternoons will be spent in the hangar and everyone will be turning wrenches and performing task. You WILL understand a carb sync at the end of this class. We will have the Maintenance manual out and will follow the inspection procedures. At the end of this class you should be well grounded in the performance of a 100 hour / annual condition inspection. You will receive a Rotax Service certificate for successful completion of this class.

Our classroom is air conditioned and comfortable. The hangar is air conditioned temperature controlled with a bathroom. Minimum limit is 4 students with a cap of 10. The class size is limited to make sure everyone gets to participate so don’t procrastinate and sign up now. Class times will be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Fly into Tucson International Airport (TIA) or fly your own plane into Ryan Airfield. Classes are Saturday and Sunday. All rental cars are on site at Tucson International Airport or Enterprise will pick you up if you fly into Ryan Airfield. Several hotels are just hundreds of yards down the street at TIA. Ryan Airport (KRYN) is only 10-12 minute drive. The entire experience is convenient and comfortable.

For additional information or to sign up call Brain Toepfer at CPS in CA at 951-549-7786 ext. 302 or email bryantoepfer@cps-parts.com. For additional class details call Roger Lee in Tucson, AZ at 520-574-1080.

CLASS OVERVIEW:
This is a two day 16 hour class that qualifies graduates to maintain 912 series engines under ASTM standards as set forth by the Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) regulations. Passing a written exam is required for Rotax certification and graduates will be issued an IRMT (Independent Rotax Maintenance Technician) badge and service number valid for two years.
This course will supply attendees with the following information and skills:

· Rotax History and Product Familiarization

· Senders and Instrumentation

· Gearbox : The internal workings and maintenance

· Propeller considerations, adjustment and its effects on your engine

· Hose inspection, maintenance and considerations

· Oil System workings, maintenance and considerations

· Cooling System workings, maintenance and considerations

· Fuel System workings, maintenance and considerations

· Carburetor workings, maintenance and keeping them in sync

· Ignition Theory

· Compression and why it’s important, what it tells us and performance of a real compression test

· Troubleshooting

· Scheduled Maintenance

· Maintenance Documentation

MATERIALS:
All tools, reading materials, and supplies will be provided, however you should bring a laptop or tablet to view the manuals or do any research. A free WIFI connection is available in the classroom.

http://www.cps-parts.com/catalog/rtxpag ... pclass.php
Roger Lee
Tucson, Az.
LSRM-A, Rotax Instructor & Rotax IRC
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Re: New Rotax 912UL/ULS & 912iS Service Class

Postby Warmi » Wed Aug 16, 2017 3:54 pm

Are you guys in any way affiliated with https://www.leadingedgeairfoils.com/ ?

They seem to be offering pretty much the same type of class with the registration process going via the same website https://www.rotaxirmt.com ...
I wonder if these classes will be similar in content and are basically covering different geographic locations or is it completely unrelated curriculum?
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Re: New Rotax 912UL/ULS & 912iS Service Class

Postby roger lee » Wed Aug 16, 2017 6:18 pm

Different geographic locations and I think the Tucson class has much more hands on. We do an annual start to finish. Classroom work should be the same.
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Re: New Rotax 912UL/ULS & 912iS Service Class

Postby drseti » Thu Aug 17, 2017 9:12 am

Warmi, to get the Rotax certification the classroom part has to be pretty much the same - Rotax sets the curriculum and standards.
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Re: New Rotax 912UL/ULS & 912iS Service Class

Postby Warmi » Thu Aug 17, 2017 9:18 am

Thanks , good to know.
I already signed for the one in Wisconsin - hopefully their hands-on part will be reasonable as well.
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Re: New Rotax 912UL/ULS & 912iS Service Class

Postby drseti » Thu Aug 17, 2017 10:16 am

I hosted one of those courses in my hangar in Lock Haven a few years ago. It was offered by Rainbow Aviation (they provided the instructor and training materials - I just furnished the classroom, hangar, AV equipment , tools, and an airplane). As near as I could tell, it was pretry much the same course Roger offers (which is not to say his isn't a great course.)
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Re: New Rotax 912UL/ULS & 912iS Service Class

Postby dstclair » Thu Aug 17, 2017 11:14 am

As an owner, the class would be very informative and definitely would teach me how to do a 100hr/annual condition inspection but I would not be able to sign-off the logbook on my S-LSA. Right?
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Re: New Rotax 912UL/ULS & 912iS Service Class

Postby 3Dreaming » Thu Aug 17, 2017 11:23 am

I believe Roger is just doing Rotax training, not the 16 hour light sport repairman with inspection privileges. Regardless if you plan on working on your own airplane or not, the class is very informative on the workings of the engine.

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Re: New Rotax 912UL/ULS & 912iS Service Class

Postby 3Dreaming » Thu Aug 17, 2017 11:25 am

dstclair wrote:As an owner, the class would be very informative and definitely would teach me how to do a 100hr/annual condition inspection but I would not be able to sign-off the logbook on my S-LSA. Right?


That is correct. You would have to do the 120 hour light sport repairman with maintenance course to be able to sign off a SLSA.

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Re: New Rotax 912UL/ULS & 912iS Service Class

Postby MrMorden » Fri Aug 18, 2017 8:12 am

3Dreaming wrote:I believe Roger is just doing Rotax training, not the 16 hour light sport repairman with inspection privileges. Regardless if you plan on working on your own airplane or not, the class is very informative on the workings of the engine.


Totally agree, anybody who does any work on an LSA, even just changing oil, can benefit from the LSRI course. And then it's in your back pocket if you ever end up with an E-LSA...your repairman certificate would just be a trip to the FSDO away!
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Re: New Rotax 912UL/ULS & 912iS Service Class

Postby 3Dreaming » Fri Aug 18, 2017 8:23 am

MrMorden wrote:
3Dreaming wrote:I believe Roger is just doing Rotax training, not the 16 hour light sport repairman with inspection privileges. Regardless if you plan on working on your own airplane or not, the class is very informative on the workings of the engine.


Totally agree, anybody who does any work on an LSA, even just changing oil, can benefit from the LSRI course. And then it's in your back pocket if you ever end up with an E-LSA...your repairman certificate would just be a trip to the FSDO away!


Actually I was saying the Rotax training would be beneficial.

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Re: New Rotax 912UL/ULS & 912iS Service Class

Postby roger lee » Fri Aug 18, 2017 12:00 pm

My classes has much more hands on and we do a real annual on an engine. Everybody turns wrenches. We are in class 0800 - 1700 hours each day.
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Re: New Rotax 912UL/ULS & 912iS Service Class

Postby MrMorden » Wed Aug 23, 2017 1:00 pm

3Dreaming wrote:
Actually I was saying the Rotax training would be beneficial.


Agree with that too!
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Re: New Rotax 912UL/ULS & 912iS Service Class

Postby roger lee » Thu Sep 07, 2017 7:00 pm

We are about filled. If you are thinking of coming better call CPS soon.
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