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  1. Absolutely! We even offer an upgrade package which will save a few bucks on the hardware as well as what you will save on the installation.
  2. If you missed out on our Sun N Fun rebates, we announce new rebate on all products purchased before June 1st! Not only does the rebate offer attractive discounts on our extensive line of engine monitors, there are available discounts on just about all of our products. If you have been searching for an engine monitor, tachometer, fuel flow computer, etc, we likely have what you are looking for! Have a look at our spring rebate. https://iflyei.com/wp-content/uploads/EI_Spring_Rebate_2020.pdf
  3. Flat rate repair/config charge is $125.00. If the LCD display requires replacement, the cost is $195.00.
  4. As most of our legacy instruments have a power requirement of roughly 1/10 amp, the FP-5(L), M-1 and R-1 can be wired to the master bus via single 1A breaker or fuse.
  5. James- As mentioned above and per the FAA, primary functions displayed on the CGR must be programmed with the POH limits as they supersede the engine manufacturer's manual. We absolutely understand your frustration and will try to do everything within our ability to help. Do you use the boost pump for start, takeoff and landing only? Basically, is the boost pump only turned on conditionally? I guess another way to ask; is the fuel pressure normal operating range under 6.0psi in cruise? The CGR includes a delay feature for the external warning lights. We could try to set a small delay and see if that helps your problem. Worth noting, the delay is not conditional. As such, if fuel pressure were to exceed the maximum allowable in flight, you would not get the external warning until after the delay period expired. Alternatively, we could turn off the external annunciator entirely. The fuel pressure indication would still change color if a limit was violated, but it would not trigger the annunciator lights.
  6. As Sun N Fun 2020 is currently postponed and may be cancelled, we are offering amazing rebates on purchases through April 10, 2020 that would have only been available for attendees. Have a look!https://iflyei.com/sun-n-fun-2020-rebate/
  7. Happy to help. The splash screen looks great! Nice job getting that uploaded.
  8. The MVP-50 does have the option for audible alerts on the experimental and OEM versions. It may be possible to add that functionality to an STC'd version via field approval. Unfortunately, the FAA required additional testing as to how audible alerts would be prioritize in the event of multiple functions violating a limit simultaneously. As such, it was decided to suspend further development (certification) due to cost.
  9. As this is a certified unit, any changes to the limits will need to be justified by what is specified in the POH, STC, etc. The FAA will not allow us to provide passwords to users in the field to amend the markings beyond what was specified by the manufacture or STC holder. If a mistake was made when completing the worksheet, we are happy to make simple changes to the limits and we would very likely waive the fee to do so. In regard to the charge for the configuration fee, configuring/re-configuring the MVP-50P system and amending the drawings is fairly labor intensive when large changes are requested or when adding functions when the system has been completed and delivered. The fee is to cover the labor of our calibration team and was noted on the worksheet that was signed and submitted with the order. I have attached a copy for you to review. Worth noting, we would absolutely provide a password at no charge to change your tail number. SKM_754e20022412110.pdf
  10. Unfortunately, if fuel level or landing gear indication is not currently configured on the MVP-50P, it's not a simple matter of enabling it. Functions need to be created and mapped to the EDC, voltage thresholds and limits set, etc. We can reconfigure the system via e-mail, but we need to have a look at the current config to determine the best way to move things around to make room for the new functions. I tried to dig into the configuration, but I can't make out any of the serial numbers for the EDC or pressure transducers. If you can provide me with one, I will be happy to look into it further.
  11. We'd still like to work with Mooney owners if they would like to participate. I will discuss details with management and create a new post as to avoid threadjacking the OP.
  12. The CGR-30C can be purchased new from most of the larger dealers for $2648.00. The GI 275 EIS starts at $4895.00. Please see below for an example: https://www.aircraftspruce.com/catalog/inpages/display10-05754-9.php?clickkey=811070 https://www.aircraftspruce.com/catalog/inpages/garmin_gi275eis.php?clickkey=6652784
  13. The CGR-30C is indeed certified for primary gauge replacement. The difference between the CGR-30P and CGR-30C is that the CGR-30P is a full engine monitor and fuel totalizer which can replace five primary functions in addition to the always included RPM, EGT and CHT. Five non-primary functions are also included. Primary functions are defined as those that are required by the manufacture with specified redlines/limts. The CGR-30C can legally replace up to 16 primary instruments on a single 3-1/8" display. If a full system can be sourced on the used market, we can reconfigure it for a different aircraft. The fee for this service is $695.00, plus whatever additional hardware may be required.
  14. Best car I've ever owned was undoubtedly my 84 911 Carrera. Not the fastest car I've had, but by far the most visceral. That's comparing with MGs, Corvettes, Mustangs, etc. Considering purchasing another but the air cooled P-car market has gone berserk. Best ride in plane was with a friend who spent time as an instructor at Miramar. We flew in a Epic LT for a return to service flight. He kind of knows what he's doing in an airplane. Made returning to my little Cessna anti-climatic.