Teledyne Continental Motors Voyager-200
The Voyager-200 engine on exhibit here is an exact duplicate of the rear engine installed in the Voyager aircraft. The fuel efficiency of this power plant was one of the key elements that made possible Voyager's nonstop unrefueled global flight possible. Except for a 4-minute interval near the end of the flight when the engine's fuel flow was interrupted, the Voyager-200 engine ran continuously during Voyager's 9-day flight (December 14-23, 1986).
This engine incorporates a unique lightweight, liquid-cooled cylinder design, permitting combustion chamber improvements that minimize fuel consumption.
Gift of Teledyne Continental Motors
Country of Origin: United States of America
Length 70.8 cm (27.86 in.), Width 81.9 cm (32.25 in.), Height 58.8 cm (23.16 in.)
Type: Horizontally-opposed, 4-cylinder, liquid-cooled, horizontally-opposed, fuel-injected
Power rating: 82 KW (110 hp) at 2,750 rpm
Displacement: 3.28 l (201 cu in)
Bore and Stroke: 103.2 mm (4.0625 in) x 98.4 mm (3.875 in)
Weight (dry): 97.1 kg (214 lb)
Condition: Light green crankcase and oil sump; grey-silver cylinder bases; gold water jackets, intake tubes, and valve covers; silver push rod tubes; in Lexan exhibition case with labels; complete; on stand.