90 HP Engine:
130 HP Engine:
195T HP Engine:

  • Others might claim “fuel injection” but not “direct fuel injection” Honda use a Direct Gasoline Fuel Injection System for superior starting, additional power, low fuel consumption, very low chance of detonation, smoothness, internal engine cooling etc.
  • 4 coil ignition system. You don’t want a single coil or “dual coil” ignition on a 4 cylinder engine. If one of the 2 coils fail, you now have only 2 cylinders left.
  • Optional dual ECU systems.
  • Lifetime chain camshaft drive. No belts or external greased idler pulleys at high continuous RPM.
  • Integral exhaust manifold cast into cylinder head for a simple exhaust system
  • Off-set crank shaft and friction reduction coating throughout the engine.
  • Variable valve lift and timing for superior full RPM range, power, smoothness and efficiency.
  • This can not be matched with fixed camshafts.
  • Honda racing technology parts, such as fractured connecting rods and grooved bearings.
  • 40 amp genuine Nippon Denso alternator. Not a $40 copy.
  • Custom Mil-spec jacketed wire loom.
  • 3 gear gearbox for Lycoming style propeller rotation and vertical engine orientation.
  • Forged, heat treated and ground helical gears with heavy duty German/Japanese roller and ball bearings throughout for extreme reliability and durability.
  • Dual overhead camshafts.
  • Original Honda tuned intake system.
  • 2.33/1 gearbox ratio for optimum propeller speed.
  • Liquid Cooling.

I have the “Fat Tire Cruzer” and I love my Viking 130. The support is amazing and the best I have experienced from any company. I love the product and the bang for the buck is the second best next to vortex generators. You get the best power for the most reasonable price. And if you want even more access to the power you can get a variable prop from them and the total is still less than **********! I have 140+ hours on mine and have been taking my Cruzer places only STOL’s dare to go. Not underpowered and not overpriced.

Jonathan Fay
Viking 130 HP
Why we choose OEM built, tested and proven engines over building outdated technology from decades old replacement parts

Selling used engines has makes great sense if you have the right supply.

Viking start with the most up to date year engines with super low mileage – derived from fender benders, car-lot hail damage and body damage caused during delivery from Japan. With a monocoque chassis it takes very little to ‘write off’ a vehicle. A car-park T-bone will do it. As soon as the doors will not shut then the car is destined for recycling. Honda make a new Civic for about $12 000 – so they’re not going to spend thousands repairing panel damage if they can still scrap the car for a profit. You may be surprised at how many of these cars are scrapped in the USA alone – they import millions every year so there’s bound to be a few dozen that get pulled down after a rough boat ride or a forklift hits the side of it.

When customers want the information about where there engine core came from and how many miles it had – we have all that documentation readily available to show.

Companies like Honda and Mitsubishi have spent millions of dollars refining and testing. We don’t claim that we can outsmart either company when it comes to the design of any internal running component of these engines. We don’t change vital engine parameters around and claim we have different models. The compression, etc. is all stock. Every part is OEM Honda / Mitsubishi, nothing is new aftermarket from unknown origins.