Sonex and AeroConversions is pleased to announce that the AeroVee Assembly DVD is no-longer a DVD — the video is now available to watch for free on YouTube! The video is now available as a 31-part YouTube playlist and can be viewed from your phone or tablet conveniently in the shop environment. A great companion… Read More
A feature article in the May, 2022 issue of Kitplanes Magazine commemorates the 20th anniversary of the modern AeroVee Engine Kit. Although the AeroVee name has been around since the early 1970’s with a previous generation of cast aluminum conversion parts, the “Modern” AeroVee, an all-inclusive package with brand-new core engine parts (including case), CNC-machined… Read More
Sonex is pleased to announce the availability of new and improved bed mount parts for Rotax 912-series engine installations via the AeroConversions Rotax Mount System. The Rotax Mount System from AeroConversions consists of anodized 6061-T6 bed mount angles utilizing Barry 22001 shock bushings. For use with Rotax 912-series engines and designed to work with Legacy… Read More
On January 6, 1919 Polish rebels defeated German forces during the Greater Poland Uprising, capturing the Poznan Lawica Airport and managing to seize most of the German equipment including over 300 aircraft. Among them were three Fokker D-VII fighters. To commemorate this anniversary, along with the 100th anniversary of their school, Poznan University of Technology… Read More
Sonex Offers Rotax 912-Series Engine Mounts for Legacy Aircraft; Rotax Attach Bars Available from AeroConversions Products!
Due to popular demand, Sonex Aircraft is now offering Rotax engine mounts for legacy Sonex, Waiex and Xenos aircraft! Orders are now being accepted for engine mounts in both standard and tricycle gear configurations. Additionally, machined Rotax Attach Bars are being offered by AeroConversions Products for use with custom Rotax 912 engine mounts on any… Read More
The $100 $75 $50 $35 Hamburger Fuel Burn and the AeroCarb[AeroInjector]-equipped Jabiru 3300 July 16, 2004: by Kerry Fores I’ve been flight testing my AeroCarb[now called AeroInjector]-equipped, conventional gear, Jabiru 3300-powered Sonex since February of this year. Of course the first few hours were flown to prove everything is working as it should (including the… Read More