- Technical Data
- spare parts
Vittorazi Will NOT Sell this engine without There Approved Helix Carbon or Wooden Propellor Being Ordered With the Engine.
The ATOM80 is the ideal engine for all those who approach the flight for the first time, for young people and lovers of free flight, but also for schools and girls, who wish to use a light and manageable product.
Quiet and comfortable, it has an "Ultrasoft" pull-start starter and contained power and thrust, as well as a guaranteed durability and is able to provide high performance. Very compact, with low fuel consumption, to guarantee maximum flight range, it is also a competitively priced engine. The quality of the product and the service continue to be at the highest levels, as in the Vittorazi style and philosophy, thanks to its high technical and engineering know-how.
The ATOM is a light quiet engine, well balanced, easy to start with 'Ultrasoft', and packs a punch with low fuel consumption. This was achieved by dedicated research and design coupled with a history of knowledge. The look is modern with innovative materials and production processes, making it stand out from the crowd.
Forced air cooled engine, oil bathed helical gear reduction drive, with a centrifugal adjustable clutch.
The thrust is smooth, linear delivering 55kg with a 130 cm propeller and 52kg with 125 cm propeller.
The ATOM80 is perfect for anyone who appreciates a lightweight engine, delivering power with economy and low noise.
|Swept volume||78.2 cc|
|Bore||Ø 47.6 mms|
|Power||16 hp at 9.500 rpm|
|Cylinder||Single cylinder in aluminum Nicasil chromed|
|Piston||Diamond profile, 1 chromed piston ring|
|Intake||Silencer airbox - Walbro carburetor WG8 with choke system
Reed valve intake
|Cooling||Forced air ventilation system with fan and conveyer|
|Reduction drive||Oil lubricated helicoidal gearings - Ratio 1:3.80|
|Ignition coil||Inductive IDI|
|Temperatures||EGT 550° - CHT 150°|
|Exhaust pipe||Hand-made with resonator and db killer chamber|
|Fuel||Unleaded gasoline - Synthetic oil 1.5%|
|Consumption||2.70-3.20 liters/hour at 30kgs of static thrust, prop.125cms at 8.000 RPM|
55kgs prop. 130cms at 9.800RPM
52kgs prop. 125cms at 9.800RPM