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PRIMOCO ENGINE 250/500

Power without compromise

The new Primoco Engine 250/500 gasoline aero engine represents the latest in engine design for specialist UAV, microlight and model aircraft applications. Its 28/50HP output provides an outstanding power to weight ratio with a performance that can take your aircraft further, higher and faster. We engineered the Primoco Engine 250/500 from scratch to focus on durability and reliability. We specified the highest quality components and demanded precision machining techniques. Our experience taught us that the typical small aero engine is designed to fail – often built to a price point, using lower grade metallic alloys and poor quality machining techniques. Our use of Czech engineering expertise and top quality components has created an engine that combines power and economy with low vibration, minimal noise and outstanding durability. We believe that the Primoco Engine 250/500 represents a new generation in aero engines for the midsize market. By delivering the power and reliability that we needed for our own aircraft we also created a powerplant that can be used in applications across the small aerospace sector for customers that place reliability and endurance first.

PRIMOCO ENGINE 500

  • four-cylinder
    two-stroke
    air-cooled
    Engine
  • 500 ccmDisplacement
  • 50 HPPower
  • 15 kgWeight
  • 6.800Max RPM
  • 200 CMax CHT
  • Unleaded 95 octane gasFuel
  • YesStarter
  • 24V / 1200WGenerator
  • 500 hourTBO

PRIMOCO ENGINE 250

  • two-cylinder
    two-stroke
    air-cooled
    Engine
  • 250 ccmDisplacement
  • 28 HPPower
  • 8 kgWeight
  • 6.800Max RPM
  • 200 CMax CHT
  • Unleaded 95 octane gasFuel
  • YesStarter
  • 24V / 1200WGenerator
  • 500 hourTBO

TWIN SPARK

Our twin-spark ignition system further improves reliability and flight safety. The engine is the heart of your aerial system, so investing in its reliability is an investment in protecting your total investment. A twin-spark ignition means that even a partial failure of the electrical system will not stop the engine, whereas a single spark plug failure in a normal engine can cause complete failure.