OSHKOSH, Wisconsin — A 60-hp, 98-lb. (44-kg) opposed 2-cyl. 4-stroke gasoline engine with unique features now is being marketed for light aircraft use. Its developer and maker was busy taking orders for the engine at the recent Experimental Aircraft Assn. meeting here. The engine's extreme smoothness could be of interest to automotive engineers seeking ways to minimize small-car engine size, weight and cost. The 180-degree opposed cylinders are directly in line, thereby eliminating ...

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