Pegasus (New Zealand)

The Pegasus engine was introduced in the US at the EAA Oshkosh AirVenture for 2000. It was built by Pegasus Aviation (NZ) Ltd. of Bromley, Christchurch, New Zealand and was a four-stroke cycle engine for light aircraft. Several sites on the internet have reports from that Oshkosh meeting - an easy report to read is on the Ultralight News Website. Very little has been heard from the firm since introduction of the engine and the company Website has been discontinued, at least under its original name.

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2cyl; PAL 95 Aeromotor; 65hp@5200rpm; 1999-2001; Wt = 137#.
Computer-controlled solid-state-ignition, fuel-injected engine; geared to 0.5 by twin cog belts.
Applications: None found.


Updated 1/2/04