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Jabiru Aircraft Pty Ltd is a fully Australian owned family business located in Bundaberg Queensland. It was founded in 1988 by Mr Rodney Stiff who designed both the Jabiru airframe and Jabiru engine. Exported worldwide, Jabiru Aircraft is one of the leading manufacturers of recreational aircraft in Australia, with over 2000 aircraft and 6000 engines produced to date. At Jabiru we believe that passion and innovation moves the aviation world forward.

The Jabiru range of aircraft is popular with the recreational flyer, flight training and cross country flying. With features such as dual controls, in-flight adjustable trim, electric flaps, cabin heat and full featured GPS and EFIS/EMS systems, this aircraft will take you anywhere with ease and comfort.

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Solo Flight by Owen Zupp – Great reading!
Owen is serialising his “Solo Flight” book for free at his website. Chapter 4 has just been released with a new chapter each Monday. Here’s the link to chapter 4 (previous chapters are also on his website):- http://www.owenzupp.com/writing-blog/solo-flight-chapter-4

Generation 4 Engine Update:-
Production of the Generation 4 engines is ramping up and over 150 Generation 4 engines have now rolled off the production line here at Jabiru. Engines are readily available so to secure a production slot please contact sonyah@jabiru.net.au

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Jabiru was excited to make the public announcement of the Jabiru Automatic Mixture Control at our 2 day, 4th Generation Engine Introduction Session that was held at our factory in March.

The system developed by Jabiru Aircraft is described below but will be detailed further in upcoming articles.
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Jabiru was excited to make the public announcement of the Jabiru Automatic Mixture Control at our 2 day, 4th Generation Engine Introduction Session that was held at our factory in March. 

The system developed by Jabiru Aircraft is described below but will be detailed further in upcoming articles.Image attachment

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3D printed part held together with wood screws in the engine bay, what could possibly go wrong?

I thought it was auto already 🤔

April 1st?

4/1 prank. The big issue would be the sensing system. Needs an O2 sensor for each cylinder and also an individual control/cylinder as the carb/runners provide uneven mixtures. Port injection with a single O2 sensor would be the best fuel delivery possible. Auto makers do this cheaply. Why not.....?

Interesting concept

I’d be keen to give it a go !

The word failsafe in aviation is a sensitive ussue at rhis time, but being a technologist I trust it will be adequately tested and serviced

Pretty rough CAD design, could at least put some fillets in there, makes me worried about what’s inside.

Paul Rayner

Zack Dingle

Scott Black

Going to be a game changer for fuel efficiency 👏

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