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    Default Anyone speak German?

    I'm installing a BMW r1200 in my kitfox. Still haven't bought a psru or ecu yet. The front runner for the psru at the moment is the spg4 from Air Trikes and the Trijekt ecu and wiring harness that Takeoff uses. But i just came across this website: http://translate.googleusercontent.c..._9WjVxEVBfwhXQ

    As you can see they offer psrus and possibly ECUs that might work for me. I found an email address but it came back as undeliverable, you'll notice if you find it that there are a bunch of spaces in it that might cause issues so i deleted them still no luck. I only have internet on my phone and trying to work the translate feature on a small screen was driving me nuts. So anyone here able to find a useable email address on this site? Or better yet have any experience with their products?

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    Default Re: Anyone speak German?

    I like the translate link, I check a few German sites I will try it on them.

    http://translate.google.com/translat...00256,15700259
    Paul Zimmermann
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    Default Re: Anyone speak German?

    Hi,
    I may help with translation. Further I`m running a R1100 engine successful in a trike, although 3-axis operation is very different...
    I found this site (not mine) helpful... http://spang-air.de/e/html/bmw_-_engine.html

    Any questions welcome
    Marc
    rebuilding IV-1200
    `Kitfox fifty`

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    Default Re: Anyone speak German?

    Quote Originally Posted by motortommy View Post
    Hi,
    I may help with translation. Further I`m running a R1100 engine successful in a trike, although 3-axis operation is very different...
    I found this site (not mine) helpful... http://spang-air.de/e/html/bmw_-_engine.html

    Any questions welcome
    Thanks ive actually been emailing Wolfgang with questions (owner of spang-air.de)

    This is the email I found on the site i linked to: post @ silent - hektik . de

    As you can see there's a bunch of spaces in it and i think that's why my email app says it's not a valid address but when I remove the spaces and try sending it I get a delivery failure notice. So if you could peruse their site and find a valid email address that would be great. I have been using the Google translate but it seems every time i try to navigate around the site it goes back to German. As i said that's tough when only using a phone's small screen.

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    Default Re: Anyone speak German?

    post@silent-hektik.de is correct and the only one... It seems that they discontinued ICM meanwhile.
    Best regarding BMW+aviation is http://www.takeoff-ul.de/ IMHO. Contact: info@takeoff-ul.de
    Marc
    rebuilding IV-1200
    `Kitfox fifty`

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    Default Re: Anyone speak German?

    Quote Originally Posted by motortommy View Post
    post@silent-hektik.de is correct and the only one... It seems that they discontinued ICM meanwhile.
    Best regarding BMW+aviation is http://www.takeoff-ul.de/ IMHO. Contact: info@takeoff-ul.de

    That email address seemed to work. Thanks

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