New turbocharged Rotax will produce 135 horsepower.
BRP announced at EAA AirVenture its intent to produce a more powerful version of its immensely popular Rotax 912/914 series of engines. The turbocharged four-cylinder Rotax 915 iS is designed to produce up to 135 horsepower continuously as high as 15,000 feet and continue to climb to a service ceiling of 23,000 feet.
The 915 iS will have a redundant dual channel electronic control unit (ECU) produced by Rockwell Collins.
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