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Aeronca E-113

The Engine Specifications
 
When Aeronca designed it's first aircraft it could find no suitable engines and designed its own.  Aeronca's engines were built by Govro-Nelson of Detriot and J.A. Prestwich of London.

The E-113 replaced Aeronca's first engine, the E-107.  In the late 1930s, government regulations requiring dual ignition and the introduction of improved light engines by other manufacturers spelled the end of the E-113.  Around 1,800 were built.

2 cylinder, air cooled, horizontally opposed
Displacement: 113.5 cubic engines (1.9 liters)
 
Models Used by
 
E-113: 36 hp (27 kW)
Aeronca C-2N Scout
 
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page updated 21 January 2003

 

 

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