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About Davarron

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  1. I apologize but for some reason I am unable to post any additional pictures that are oriented the correct way. If you are interested, I can send them to you or you can check out the listing on Trade a Plane or Barnstormers. Trade a Plane has 19 photos attached. Overview Price: $126,500 IMMACULATE LOW TIME 1983 M20J 201, 2550 TT, 550 SMOH, Garmin G5, Lynx 9000+ ADSB Transponder with Active Traffic & Terrain Vision, PMA 450B Audio Panel with Dual Bluetooth, No Damage History, Always Hangared, 158 KTAS at 9.5 GPH Avionics -New Garmin G5 Primary Attitude Indicator in 2018 -New PMA 450B Audio Panel with Dual Bluetooth in 2018 -New Lynx 9000+ ADSB Transponder with ACTIVE TRAFFIC and TERRAIN (TCAS Antenna on top of airplane) -New GMA 35 WAAS GPS Antenna installed and prewired to front panel -All GPS wiring prewired from panel to battery compartment to eliminate removing interior again and reduce labor costs ***All you need to do is choose what GPS unit you would like to install*** -All wiring prewired for a second G5 HSI version to eliminate removing interior again and reduce labor costs -KAP 150 Autopilot with Electric Trim (Flies like it is on rails!) -Fully coupled to complete ILS to minimums -JPI 730 graphic engine display with all engine instruments except RPM, MP, and Fuel -Vertical Card Compass -KY-197 Comm 1 -KNS-80 Nav 1 -KX-165 Comm 2/Nav 2 -King HSI Airframe 2550 Total Time!! -Precise Flight Electric Speed Brakes installed in 2010 at 2125 total time -New Main Gear Disks in 2010 -New Nose Gear Disks in 2007 -Mechanic says all disks are in great shape -No fuel tank seeping -ALL LED EXTERIOR LIGHTING including AeroLED Sunspot 46 LX Landing Light Engine -Lycoming IO-360-A3B6, 200 HP -Dual-Drive, Dual Mag option (Instead of Single-drive mags) -550 SMOH by PENN YAN AERO in 2009 -Average flown 55 hours per year -Oil changed every 25-30 hours with CamGuard and oil sample analysis -Completely DRY Engine -Compressions at last annual: 77, 74, 76, 75/80 -All Tempest Fine Wire Spark Plugs -Reiff engine cylinder band preheat system 100W on each cylinder Propeller -McCauley 2 Blade Constant Speed Prop -550 SMOH -Polished Spinner Exterior -Full Custom Paint Scheme by ArtCraft Paint in California in 2013 at 2250 total time -EXCELLENT LIKE NEW Condition -Rated 9.9/10 Windows -New Solar Control Great Lakes Aero Products windshield when airplane was repainted -Remaining windows are original in good condition Interior -New Carpet and Seats in 2012 at 2212 total time -Rated 9.5/10 -Seats have special 7-layer foam cushions -All interior plastic repainted (original plastic…has a few cracks here and there to be expected with age) -Custom Leather Wrapped Yokes with New Mooney Logo -Custom LED overhead dome lights to match exterior paint Remarks This is an IMMACULATE 1983 Mooney currently owned by a professional airline pilot with no expenses spared. No maintenance issue has gone unfixed. This airplane has been featured by Mooney in advertising and is a one-of-a-kind aircraft. Exceptional low total time for this year. -Dual split reclining rear seats. -Will include custom-made chocks as well. -Last Annual: June 2018 -Last XPDR/Static IFR Check: July 2018 If interested, please message me for additional information or call 810-429-0203
  2. You win the prize of the day! My mechanic tonight, along with an electrical engineer, found the break in current between the alt field CB and the master switch. Replacing this wire completely fixed the pulsing issue and the alternator offline issue (according to the ops runup. Will find out for certain next time I fly it soon). This 16 gauge wire did not just break according to my mechanic. Since the problem began after I had the avionics installation done a few months ago, he believes the avionics shop is the culprit. Adding this to the list of other issues from this "shop", I would not hesitate for a second that it was caused by them (obviously not intentional, however, there is a level of detail and care that must be taken on these older airplanes. Carelessness has no room here).
  3. I should have clarified..the CB never popped. I pulled it and reset it, which made the alternator come back online again. But I definitely agree with you not to do it more than once. Hopefully we get it figured out soon.
  4. Update: The ammeter and voltage swinging has gotten worse and now the alternator kicks offline in flight. Resetting the field CB reset it. However, on the most recent flight, the alternator kicked offline and I was not able to get it back online at all. Even after landing and restart, still offline. I wish it was as easy as the VR. But that's new, the alternator is new, the master switch is new, everything is tight and cleaned. My mechanic is going to jump across the shunt. Will report back if that works.
  5. That is EXACTLY what mine is doing. Along with the voltmeter on the jpi.
  6. Which switch are you referring to? The master switch is the combined battery and alternator one. I can have my mechanic take a look again behind the panel there but he said he had verified everything was good.
  7. The master switch is brand new so I would assume the terminals should be new as well?
  8. It does it immediately upon engine start before I even turn the avionics master on. The only thing on at that point would be the G5 I think.
  9. Good idea on both. The battery is a Concorde xc and is about 2.5 years old. It shows no sign of even starting to show diminished life. Could the battery be an issue?
  10. Merry Christmas all! Over the summer I had a G5, Lynx xpdr, and a PMA450B audio panel put in. Soon after the installation, related or not, my ammeter and voltmeter started pulsing after engine startup until engine shutdown. The voltmeter would bounce from like 13.0 to 15.5 volts or so continuously. Flying at night, the lights dim and bright with the pulsing. It's definitely not an indication issue. My mechanic and I are stumped. We have put a new alternator, new voltage regulator, new master switch, new alternator 70A circuit breaker, new alternator field 5A circuit breaker. Nothing seems to help. And we have tried isolating everything in the cockpit regards to avionics and stuff and cannot isolate anything. Any ideas??? I've read on here something about a shunt past the ammeter. I'm not too familiar with it. Can anyone think of anything else to check or do or replace? A ground issue, which I'm afraid of it being, could take days of labor to find. Thanks for the input
  11. It's on eBay now and has been. I guess there is no market really for these things anymore. ADFs have pretty much gone by the wayside with the advent of GPS. Sad but you're right its just basically a glorified timer. However, for someone specifically looking for an ADF receiver, this is a fantastic deal apparently. I always advertise cheaper on MooneySpace than eBay.
  12. I just had the 9000+ installed and the antenna was put in place of the COM 1 antenna over the front seats. The COM 1 antenna was moved to the belly as a bent whip antenna. Works fine so far.