|Type||1.5 L, Direct Injected, 4 cylinder|
|130 @ 5400 RPM|
|Weight||220 lbs/100 kg|
|Takeoff RPM||Engine 5600|
|Cruise RPM||Engine 4900|
|Static RPM - STOL Aircraft||Engine 5400 RPM|
Prop 2400 RPM
Static RPM -
Cross Country Aircraft
|Engine 4800 RPM|
|Prop 2100 RPM|
|Coolant Temperature||180-220 F|
|Oil Temperature||Not Measured|
|Oil Pressure||20-80 Psi|
|Fuel Pressure||43 Psi|
|Fuel||100LL/ 89+ Octane Auto Fuel|
|Gearbox Oil/Type/Quantity||75W-90 Mobile One Synthetic Gear Oil/6 oz|
|Coolant||Evans NPG Plus|
|Coolant System Pressure||4 Psi|
Fuel flow is variable with power setting and airplane type.
Rest assured the direct injected Honda is superior to any traditional aircraft engine.
"I noticed your updates about switching to the 130 engine but I have never seen anything about the efficiency of the engine.
As for mine, before with the 110 engine I could cruise at 105 mph and burn 5.0 gph but with the 130 engine I can cruise at 115
and burn 4.8 gph. Not a bad improvement."
PERFORMANCE OF THE LYCOMING 235 IN LOW WINGED ZENITH AIRCRAFT
"I have an O-235-C1, one of the earlier O-235 versions.
Normal cruise is about 90 knots (104mph) at 2550 rpm. Fuel consumption is around 6.5 gph.
"I have the L2C 0-235"
"I have used 2400 rpm to do my testing and I indicate about 120 MPH"
"I'm burning around 7.5 GPH with out any leaning."
PERFORMANCE OF THE VIKING 130 IN LOW WINGED ZENITH AIRCRAFT
"5.4 gallons per hour. True airspeed 135 mph."
"Test flew with a new passenger cabin vent. Wonderful. Air was calm, so I opened it up a bit. 155mph..."
From the chart above, The Viking 130 clearly outperform the UL130 engine
Viking 130 HP Engine