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  1. Thank you for your order. You're going to love the PMA450B! The last audio panel you'll ever need.
  2. It's live and well! Looks like Ken beat me to it. Those are both active and current best prices. If you have a non waas 430, I'd consider ejecting NOW before Garmin cuts the WAAS upgrade potential.
  3. Final bump! A ton of units sold thanks to fellow MooneySpace members. Don't miss out on the last units if you need one!
  4. ALL SOLD! Avionics Source is pleased to offer the following used Garmin avionics on special for Mooneyspace members: 14/28V UNITS: Garmin GTN750: $11,500. Includes: Tray, Back plate, Connectors, SD card, Pilot guide, New antenna, yellow tag, 120 day warranty. (1 available) 14/28V Garmin 530: $3650. Includes: Tray, Back plate, Connectors, Datacards, GA56 antenna, yellow tag. (1 available) 14/28V Garmin 530W: $7495. Includes: Fresh Garmin repair, Tray, Back plate, Connectors, New GA35 antenna, Datacards, 8130, 180 day warranty. (1 available) 28V ONLY UNITS
  5. Was it the Sandisk or Samsung USB stick that was certified by the FAA to fly ILS approaches? I totally forgot.
  6. That's a pretty good thought in theory, but these units are so bullet proof we see less than a 4% failure rate averaged over 100 trade-ins requiring flat rate repair, and another 4-5% that need small updates we can do in the field (batteries, knobs, buttons, etc). Unless someone has different data, I just don't believe these are breaking or going back to the factory in droves. At this rate, I would bet it takes over 50 years (seriously) for every unit in the market to fail and need a factory repair (whether offered by Garmin or not). For what it's worth, Garmin charges a higher % of prod
  7. All good thoughts, but we really haven't seen anything change early on in 2020. A couple thoughts in no particular order: 1) IMO, Garmin will continue to support the GNS market through 24' or 25' and I think that's even a few years shy. Granted this will be WAAS units only, but I'd bet good money on it. Note: This support and time frame estimate is not speaking to values, simply stating these units are not going away any time soon. One thing to keep in mind is that the GNS line ended in 11' and Garmin has documented history supporting not only their products, but Apollo/UPS AT for over 20
  8. David, With all due respect, this statement couldn't be further from the truth, in fact, 2019 set a record for used sales for us with more CDI's, Transponders, and GPS/NAV/Comms going out the door than ever. I won't confirm used avionics revenue, but it would exceed a flight line worth of Mooney's. What many people forget is the Garmin's of the world created this market...not just for the US but for the world. Specifically, there isn't a Russian or Brazilian based avionics OEM pumping out GPS's etc...they're using all the same products we do here, hence the 130k+ GNS market. That said, de
  9. This thread is over two years old. To see current trade-in pricing on the PMA450B, please see the following link: https://avionicssource.com/product/ps-pma450b-upgrade/
  10. Hi Kevin, I really appreciate your feedback. Our $10 flat rate shipping option exists on orders under $200 to help cover our costs when customers often place orders containing oil, etc. Majority of our orders exceed the minimum for $0 shipping, but for the customers who do pay, I assure you our costs exceed $10 8/10 times. That said, I realize a blanketed policy doesn't work for every order or product on our website especially in a case like this. Regardless, we do not view shipping as a profit center. Your screen protector order had an actual shipping cost of just under $5, so I've
  11. @Drumstick Shoot me a PM or give me a call at 206-427-7088 to discuss upgrading to the IFD. I'll take good care of you.
  12. Sorry about that! Can you please shoot me a PM or call me on my work cell at 206-427-7088?. I'd be happy to get you taken care of. Chase.
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