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Fritz Kaiser

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About Fritz Kaiser

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    EDNR
  • Reg #
    N831T
  • Model
    M20R

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  1. Hello friends, this avionics is for sale. If you are interested in a part, please make a fair offer. all parts were removed by a qualivied avionics shop with the tray an conntectors. all avionic was working before it was removed from my '95 O1 Thanks Fritz
  2. Hi folks, today I flew her home. Have a look!
  3. Hi folks, today my O1 is out of the anual an the avionic shop starts the work for an upgrade: 2 x GI275 GTN 750Xi traffc avoidance from AIR avionics suction pump removal and ADS B transponder panel before: at Avionik Straubing
  4. Hello Chris, i will do the same panel upgrade as you in march'21 in my Mooney Dual GI275, GTN750Xi, traffic watch from Garrecht. I've already a GDC31 installed in my O1. Is it possible to keep the GDC31 , and swtich there between HDG and GPSS? Thanks Fritz
  5. Hello "MA"

    thank you for your answer.

    Please send the service instructions for the speedbrakes to my mail adress:

    info@fritzkaiser.de

    Thanks

    Fritz

  6. Hi folks, at my last flight in my '95 O1 the RH speedbrake does not fully retract. the speedbrake is aprox. 1cm out of its house . I recycled the brake three times... always the same result. After shut down the engine and switching the masterswitch off, the speedbrake disappeared correctly in the wing. I attempted a new test, if electric power is on the malfunction is still present. electric power of... speedbrake retract fully. what is the problem? any suggestions? Thanks in advance Fritz
  7. Hello , my IO550 in a '95 O1 lost all 4 screws. Here you can see , how the gears looks like after droping into the enginecase. It seems, that continental has a problem to secure the screws in a proper way. Here the link: Fritz
  8. Here the news from the local newpaper. ...only in german ( maybe google translater will work ) https://www.rundschau-online.de/region/kreis-euskirchen/dahlem/geglueckte-landung-pilot-muss-seine-maschine-auf-der-binz-notlanden---fahrwerk-defekt-33307836 Fritz '95 O1 N831T @ EDNR
  9. Hi folks, my friends '75 F model is at the anual inspection right now. here you can see, what they found! any suggestions how to fix that! maybe any of you had a similar proplem with the wingspar and know the good solution. are the parts for the '75 F still available at mooney in Kerrville? any advice is appreciate. Thanks Fritz '95 O1
  10. Hi folks, Downtime was 10 weeks and € 83.000 ( $ 93.790) but the new engine ( factory rebuild ) is running great and smooth. grettings Fritz
  11. Hi folks, i’m a proud owner of an O1 build in ’95. The hobbs meter shows 1650h total . First engine! At the last anual all cylinders oft he big bore IO550 are over 72 : I guess…. everything is fine. In Dec. `18 we flew to vienna in 12.000 feet and we had in very smooth air about 3 times a light vibration on the dashboard. I thought, maybe we entered a some different airmass. After landing in vienna we made an extensiv ground check before shoutdown the engine. The discrepancies. At the way home i thought the engine is ru
  12. Hello Bryan, I've exact the same issue with my O1. What engine oil do you fly in your K-model ? multigrade or monograde( W100 / W80 )? Please check your starterdrive immediately? A starterdrive spring malfunktion can contaminate your engine with metall chips!! Monograde oil is much better for this special designed starter drive Good luck Fritz
  13. Hello 29-0363, is it possible that you miss a fuse? just a stupid idea ;-) Fritz
  14. Hello Gentlemen, is this a problem for us O drivers? My IO550 is 22 years old and has +/- 1600h greetings Fritz MSB05-8B.pdf
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