Peter T

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About Peter T

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  • Birthday 11/17/1956

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  • Location
    CZBB B.C. Canada
  • Reg #
    C-GPTD
  • Model
    1993 M20J

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  1. Peter T

    MooneySpace Member Map

    Please include me.
  2. Apparently Mrs. Sandman is the present owner, the widow of the previous owner of the STC
  3. So after doing more research and getting educated by this forum, I realize that the STC for this installation is not transferable nor is it available at this time. Jetdriven (Byron) was especially helpful in sharing the research that he had done on this particular topic. I apologize for not having had complete and accurate information before posting this. In the meantime I have come to appreciate and completely enjoy the M20’s capability and performance. It is a privilege to have access to the accumulative knowledge and experience of this community.
  4. Peter T

    Shadin Miniflo-L malfuntion

    So I get to the airport today, and start it up. The miniflo comes to life and works perfectly. Went flying and continued to work as always before. It is likely a connection issue and will look next time I have a reason to remove the cowl. Thanks for all the help.
  5. At startup, 2 flights ago, fuel flow started registering 0.0. Left it, tried it again the following day with the same results. I believe that the unit was factory installed in my 93 MSE. Will hopefully have a chance to check it out with my independant maintainance provider this weekend. Will hopefully find an obvious issue with the wiring from the transducer to the unit. Otherwise assume that the transducer needs replacing?
  6. Yes John, I’m starting to understand that the lower cowl l should stay with the airplane. Peter
  7. Peter T

    Turbonormalizing M20J

    If you still want to turbo normalize your M20J, I can help you.
  8. I won’t remove the turbo system until I have it sold to someone who is willing to swap their naturally aspirated parts for the turbo system. I am willing to keep it if a good swap does not work out. I did have a 1984 M20J 15 years ago. I was very happy with that and wouldn’t mind going that route again.
  9. The STC is transferable.The turbo was installed In the US before the aircraft was imported into Canada.
  10. Yes, for the right price, I would be willing to swap out my lower cowl with everything in place. All that would be required would be to repaint lower cowl for both aircraft.
  11. The system came with the airplane. My home base is at sea level and I hardly ever get above 10,000 ft, so it does not serve as much of an advantage for my needs.
  12. Have a complete and perfectly functioning M20 TURBO NORMALIZING kit presently installed on my 1993 M20J. Would be easy to remove and install on your M20J. I would want to swap any stock parts removed from your aircraft to mine. (AFTER MORE RESEARCH IT IS EVIDENT THAT THE STC FOR THIS SYSTEM IS NOT AVAILABLE OR TRANSFERABLE)
  13. Are you still interested in turbo normalizing your M20J? I have one installed on my 1993 M20J. It’s all there and functioning perfectly with all the bugs worked out of it. Recently overhauled. I would possibly be interested in swapping back to normally aspirated.

    Peter

  14. Peter T

    Turbonormalizing M20J

    Hey rxo188 I just purchased a 1993 M20J with an M20 turbo installation. Flew it from Charleston S.C. to my home base of CZBB which is pretty much Vancouver Canada. It performed flawlessly. I am in the process of getting the import and Canadian registration done. I did not necessarily want or need the turbo option because my home base is at sea level and do most of my flying below 10,000 ft. I am not unhappy with it but would consider selling it.
  15. Yes I did Clarence, thank you very much. But I had already got what I needed in the way of a service manual and parts catalogue from a post on February 13. If you scroll back up a few you can see. Thanks again for all the help. Peter