Our CD-135 jet fuel piston engine for General Aviation generates a take-off power of 99 kW (132.8 hp). The CD-135 is a turbocharged, 4-cylinder in-line engine which has been EASA certified since August 2006 and FAA certified since October 2006. Its predecessor, the Centurion 1.7, has been certified by the European Aviation Authorities since May 2002 and by the FAA since October 2003. The weight of all CD-135 engines is identical to 1.7 engines, enabling a straight replacement.
The CD-135 is certified for the use of both kerosene and diesel (DIN EN590) and is running with the two fuels in any mixture ratio. The engine has a time between replacement (TBR) of 2,100 hrs.
4-cylinder, in-line diesel cycle engine, DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder, common rail direct injection system, turbo charged, liquid cooled, FADEC, wet sump oil system and reduction gear engines.
Engine work principle
Turbo diesel engine
Common rail direct injection
Wet sump oil system
Full Authority Digital Engine Control (FADEC)
Reduction gearbox with integrated clutch (ratio i = 1:1,69)
3-blade propeller of MT with hydraulic variable pitch (MTV-6 series)
1991 cm³121.5 in³
83 mm3.26 in
92 mm3.62 in
778 x 816 x 636 mm30.63 x 32.12 x 25.04 in
134 kg295.4 lbs