Stanton R

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  1. Backup AHRS

    Replace the KCS55 with a G5 HSI. This will give you a back up AI, airspeed, and altimeter by changing from HSI to PFD mode. It will also add GPS steering. Last put not least remove a significant amount of weight.
  2. You might have a NAV1 /NAV2 switch and it is in the NAV2 position
  3. Experimental Avionics in Certified Aircraft

    The minimum advertised price for the experimental version of the ESGi is only $200 less. I'm not sure what the small fee was from the FAA but $200 doesn't seem like to much to pay to not have to worry about the FAA.
  4. FS 510 and Android DB xfer

    Is my experience that the apple version of GP works much better then Android for database transfer. With the Android you really had to have the stars to align to get database transfers to work. With iOS it works every time. Not to mention at the time that the Android version of GP didn't have all the features of the iOS version.
  5. The EDM 900 has a volt/ammeter that is STC'd for primary replacement.
  6. Looking for some upgrade advice

    If you have a King autopilot you will not be able to get rid of the flight director.
  7. As far as GPS approaches go, leave it in GPS steer. The Stec manual assumes that you don't have GPS steering and the only way to track the approach would be changing to trk mode. You will be much closer to being on course using GPS steering, especially with a cross win.
  8. I would add Garmin G5 HSI for your 750 indicator. It will help make room for the EDM 830 in the pilot panel and also add GPS Steering to your autopilot which will make it work much better. I would for sure get rid of the KNS 80 and #1 com. It would also be a good time to change to a ADS-b transponder like the GTX 345. At a minimum for the audio panel a PMA 7000B would use part the KMA 24 wiring.
  9. an917-1d you can get it from aircraft spruce
  10. Noisy radio

    Whoever did the installation may have hooked the nav audio out to the aux audio in on the 812 which would put the nav audio on the com audio output.
  11. Noisy radio

    Your audio panel or 812 is wired wrong. The 812 has a dedicated nav audio output and shouldn't be on the com2 switch.
  12. You should remove the resistor. If you leave it in it may drop the voltage to far and the 330 might not work properly
  13. SiriusXM no longer displaying weather

    check the xm music page. You should have at least the preview channel. Also make sure that the 696 sees the gxm