Mosler, TEC (US)

Mosler engines are Volkswagen auto engines converted to 1/2 VW aircraft engines by Mosler, Inc. of Hendersonville, North Carolina. This firm was owned by Warren Mosler, a well-known custom automobile manufacturer in Riviera Beach, Florida. Mosler, Inc. bought the engine assets of Global Machine Tool in 1986 and introduced their own engines in 1987 (SA4/89). Mosler, Inc. also bought the assets of HAPI in 1989. Mosler engines were asssembled from component parts built by other manufacturers. The firm later became known as Total Engine Concepts (TEC) and relocated to Riviera Beach, Florida. TEC dropped the sales of VW parts and engine conversions in early 1998.


O-63 - - {3.622 / 3.071 / 63.3} / {92 / 78 / 1037}

Same stroke as O-66.

2cyl; MM CB-35; 35hp@3250rpm; 1987-1998; Wt = 86#.
Used new, short, aluminum crankcase with redesigned oil galleys for improved lubrication. Used balanced counterweights with a drop-forged crankshaft to provide smoother operation.
BGP; KP5/02; SA4/89.
Applications: {US} Nostalgair (now Preceptor) N3 Pup; Sorrel SNS-8.


O-66 - - {3.701 / 3.071 / 66.1} / {94 / 78 / 1083}

Same stroke as O-63.

2cyl; MM CB-40; 40hp@N/Arpm; 1990-1998; Wt = 86#.
Used new, short, aluminum crankcase with redesigned oil galleys for improved lubrication. Used balanced counterweights with a drop-forged crankshaft to provide smoother operation.
BGP; SA4/89.
Applications: {US} Nostalgair (now Preceptor) N3 Pup.


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Updated 10/18/05