Non-Locking Choke Controls for Dual Carburetor Rotax 912/914 Series Engines
Allows a neat, clean installation without a clunky splitter box
These controls do not feature a locking mechanism, however they have an internal elastomer seal to dampen vibration and provide a small amount of resistance. If your choke installation features a return spring, this control will return to the closed position when released. For a locking choke control, go to Turn-to-Lock Choke Controls.
See McFarlane Dual Controls for further specifications.
Order part number: MCC101DLLL-K where LLL is the the length of the control in inches and -K is a suffix indicating the style of knob indicated in the following table:
|Knob Style Suffix (-K)||Knob Style|
|-RC||Round, Clear anodized aluminum (silver)|
|-RBC||Round, Black, engraved with "Choke"|
|-RCC||Round, Clear anodized aluminum (silver),
engraved with "Choke"
|-RLC||Round, Blue, engraved with "Choke"|
|-RRC||Round, Red, engraved with "Choke"|
These controls are not for use on certified aircraft, or for use for flight controls or flight control trim tabs.
Part Number MCC101D048-RBC contains the following:
|6277BC||KNOB, Round, Black, Choke||1.000||EACH|
|6515||Barrel Stop Assembly||2.000||EACH|
|MCC101D048||CONTROL, Dual, 4 ft, w/o Knob||1.000||EACH|
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