For decades, students taking to the air in training airplanes were introduced to the wonders of flight powered by the Continental® O-200. The O-200-D lightweight engines weighs in at 190 lbs. The O200-D Lightweight offers aircraft builders a certified and pedigreed engine that is lighter in weight without compromising performance, durability or service life. This engine packs a powerful punch with 100 continuous horsepower at 2750 RPM. Pilots always remember the airplane they first soloed. With the amazing 200 series, they'll remember the engine too.
The 200 Series is a family of 4-cylinder, 4-stroke, spark ignited, air-cooled, horizontally opposed, direct-drive reciprocating aircraft engines designed for fixed pitch, ground adjustable, or electric constant speed propeller. The engines are made with a wet oil sump, caruretor with manual mixture control, continuous fuel injection, and Full Authority Digital Engine Control (FADEC) fuel control.
80/87, 100/100LL AvGas
3292 to 3929 cm³201 to 240 in³
75 to 93 kW100 to 125 HP
Maximum Rated RPM
2750 to 2800 r/min2750 to 2800 RPM
103.2 mm (200)4.062 in (200)112.7 mm (240)4.438 in (240)
98.4 mm (200, 240)3.875 in (200, 240)
7.0:1 (200)8.5:1 (200D, 240)
589 to 667 mm23.18 to 26.25 in
798 to 802 mm31.4 to 31.56 in
666 to 739 mm26.22 to 29.1 in
88 to 131 kg193 to 239 lbs
Time Between Overhaul (TBO)
Up to 2200 to 2400 hrs *
Turbo Model Availability
* Most engine models manufactured after February 2012 have a TBO increase of 200 hours. Engines used in frequent type service have an additional 200 hour increase. See Service Information Letter SIL98-9B for details.
1. Engine rated power at sea level standard day inlet conditions (29.92 in Hg, 59°F, 0 water vapor) with maximum allowable cylinder head and oil temperatures with full
rich (maximum) fuel flow.
2. See Maintenance Manual M-0 for details and applicability.