Anyone using a ULPower engine yet? They seem to be a very good engine, fuel injected, FADEC controlled. No carb heat to mess with. I have seen all the videos of the ULPower 750, I am interested in knowing who out there might have one in their 750. Thanks for reading.

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Thanks to the folks what pointed this forum out to me.

First thing, my site and email are at flywithgus.net. Not .com. I had the .com site a few years ago.

Next, I get hundreds of emails a day. Mostly junk and spam. The filter on my email does send good emails to my junk folder occasionally for reasons I don't know. Seems to happen to the same addresses and same servers. I go through the junk folder every few days but it looks like I miss a few good ones.

Last, we are currently updating the price sheet for engines and FWF due to a DROP (YAY!) in the Euro. This will be posted on the www.flywithgus.net site in a couple of days on the ULPower Engines page.

James is correct, look for some exciting news in the coming weeks.

Thanks all.
Thanks Gus for answering the blog! Count me in as an engine buyer! Can't wait to see the new info, please keep us posted.
Gus, are you the distributor for the new Honda engine as well? Seems like your hangar address and theirs match - or are they just co-located?

Tom
Jan and Viking engines are my neighbor. Funny that the worlds most advanced light aircraft engine and the most advanced auto conversion for aircraft are next door to each other.

Hi Gus,

 

Who are going to be UL Power distributors in New Zealand and Australia? Do you happen to know?

The UL Power 350is is 16,500 Euros @ 1.31 (today's exchange rate) =  $ 21,500 USD  + the costs of the FWF.

I did speak to the ULpower guys in Belgium(I speak French) and they are very responsive and eager to have their engines flying in North America. I am from Montreal, Canada and there is no ULpower distributor here , so I contacted Gus from Flyingwithgus.net via email and I did get answers to my questions quite diligently. The ULpower engines are listed under the accepted engines from transport Canada. 

I am still debating between ULpower 350  and the Rotec 2800 radial engine.  i have time since my 750 is not finished yet.

Good luck with your engine choice. I was told I need all the luck I can get if i choose the Rotec 2800..hahaha

Andre

 

I see from this news article http://www.ulpower.com/news/blog/ulpower-aero-engines-announces-nor... that someone in MO is now the exclusive distributor for Sales and Service in the United States and Canada. Wonder if this will help with availability and pricing?

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