The TurboProp engine will be installed at the DiNelly Gyrocopter models: eXoGyro, SuperGyro, UG1,

(System will be available 2017)


DiNelly has in-house expertise and know-how in the field of turbines and jet engines development. Hermann Künkler has done his doctoral thesis in the field of jet turbines and rocket propulsion technology around NASA.








The TurboProp engine offers the following benefits:


  • small buildup dimensions
  • low weight
  • high static thrust


The TurboProp engine is designed for use in push configuration. Thnaks to its low weight and 190 kW output the engines is an ideal solution for powering the professional DiNelly mission operation platforms. Unique flight performance up to 29.500ft supported by this engine.


At this time, no other gyrocopter offers you so much performance, safety. This great turbine is fully controlled by FADEC and connected over CANAerospace with the redundant 5,7" glass display to increase your comfort.


The turboprop engine is especially suited to small aircraft and unmanned aerial vehicles. The main advantage of this engine is its low weight with a power of 180 kW and its capacity to achieve flight levels of 9.000m with a maximum starting height of 6.000m. The system is designed so that the engine can be placed in the aircraft either pusher or tractor mode.





  • Excellent power-to-weight ration
  • Installation in pusher or tractor mode
  • Gearbox design offers the possibility to install an alternator with output power 1,6kW
  • Modular design features a gas generator, power turbine and gearbox
  • Standard completion; fuel-oil system, control system, ignition unit and connection cables
  • Small installation dimensions, low weight and high static power







Output shaft speed

2,158 RPM

2,158 RPM

Gas generator speed (100%)

56.200 RPM

56,200 RPM

Power supply

28 V DC

28 V DC

Electrical power output

720 W

720 W







Heigth x width (without exhaust)

398 x 330 mm

15,67 x 13,00 in


891 mm

35,08 in

Engine weight

61,6 kg

135,8 lbs







Take-off (max-5 min)

180 kW

260 HP

Maximum continuous

160 kW

214 HP

Normal cruise

140 kW

188 HP







Take-off (max 5 min.)

0.515 kg/kW/h

0,847 lb/HP/hr

Maximum continouos

0.525 kg/kW/h

0,863 lb/HP/hr

Normal cruise

0.548 kg/kW/h

0,901 lb/HP/hr







Max. EGT

650 C

1.202 F

Amount of air intake

1,5 kg/sec



JET A, A1, B of DERD 2494 standard

TS-1, T2, RT of GOST 10227-86 standard

JET A, A1, B of DERD 2494 standard

TS-1, T2, RT of GOST 10227-86 standard


according to MIL-L-23699

( Mobil Jet oil II, AERSHELL 390)

according to MIL-L-23699

( Mobil Jet oil II, AERSHELL 390)







Max. operating altitude

9.000 m

29.500 ft

Max. starting altitude

6.000 m

19.700 ft

Temperature operating range (0 m)

-50 C to ISA +30 C

-58 F to ISA +54 F

Ambient temperature for start (0)

-30 C to ISA +30 C

-22 F to ISA +54 F




DiNelly Management, Richard Waidhofer, Peter, Göllner, Jörn follmer, DiNelly TurboProp,


In case of interest contact us by the following form:


DiNelly Aircraft Inc.

302A W. 12th St. # 308

New York, NY 10014



Mail: contact@dinelly-exogyro.com

Web: www.dinelly-exogyro.com


Director: Mr. Richard Waidhofer

CEO: Mr. Richard Waidhofer


Aviation design engineer: Mr. Richard Waidhofer


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Perry DiClemente
Hermann Künkler - WAIDHOFER-exogyro
Peter Göllner - WAIDHOFER eXoGyro

Peter Göllner

Aerial Sensing | CASO

Geodesy engineer

Perry DiClemente

Aircraft design

Aviation engineer

Hermann Künkler

Engineering | certification

Aviation engineer

Jörn Follmer - WAIDHOFER-exogyro

Jörn Follmer

Sales executive | CSO

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Richard Waidhofer

Richard Waidhofer

Product Owner | CEO

Aviation design engineer



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