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Old 08-18-2017, 03:18 PM
Jolly Jolly is offline
 
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Default New Rotax 912UL/ULS & 912iS Service Class

Just saw this come up on the Rotax Owner form. It's another Rotax Service class in Tucson, AZ. I went to the last one and it was good. We did a real annual and there was lots of hands on for everyone. We were all turning wrenches. It's worth going. There were 4 RV12 owners in the last class.

http://www.rotax-owner.com/en/rotax-...-service-class
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Old 08-19-2017, 07:56 PM
LUKLA LUKLA is offline
 
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Just saw this come up on the Rotax Owner form. It's another Rotax Service class in Tucson, AZ. I went to the last one and it was good. We did a real annual and there was lots of hands on for everyone. We were all turning wrenches. It's worth going. There were 4 RV12 owners in the last class.

http://www.rotax-owner.com/en/rotax-...-service-class
Thanks for the up date. I was waiting for this class. Did make call to Roger Lee. I am going to hang 912 ULS in my RV 12 this October. Perfect timing to learn about the engine.
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