Continental O-300

Continental O-300

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The Continental O-300 and the C-145 are a family of air-cooled flat-6 aircraft piston engines built by Teledyne Continental Motors.Christy, Joe: Engines for Homebuilt Aircraft & Ultralights, pages 60-63. TAB Books, 1983. ISBN 0-8306-2347-7

First produced in 1947, versions were still in production . It was produced under licence in the United Kingdom by Rolls-Royce in the 1960s.

Development

The C-145 was developed from the C-125 engine. Both powerplants share the same crankcase, although the C-145 produces an additional through a longer piston stroke, higher compression ratio of 7.0:1 and different carburetor jetting.

The O-300 is a modernized C-145 and retains the same weight, dimensions, bore, stroke, compression ratio, displacement and output power of the earlier engine.

GO-300

The GO-300 employs a reduction gearbox, so that the engine turns at 3200 rpm to produce a propeller rpm of 2400. The GO-300 produces whereas the ungeared O-300 produces .

The GO-300 engine has a TBO (Time Between Overhaul) of only 1200 hours, while 1800 hours is the standard for ungeared O-300 engines. The GO-300 engine also suffered reliability problems as a result of pilots mishandling the engine and...
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