Jake@BevanAviation

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  1. If the attitude source has been change by replacing or repairing the KI256 the gyro gains need to be adjusted. This is done with the KTS 158 test set. Any shop that has this test set should be able to set the bank back to 20 degrees.
  2. The KC 295 is still available for field service and is not required to be returned to the factory for repair. There are some components in the KFC 200 system (KS271A,KS272A) that would need to be repaired at a authorized repair center. Duncan Aviation, Mid-Continent Instruments, Southeast Aerospace and Precision Aero are the approved repair centers for certain components
  3. Well if you have 2 KC 295 flight computer you could possibly make one good one out of the two if they are the same dash number. I would have to check specifics on board compatibility. If you have any questions just give me a call.
  4. If that is the repair for just the KC-295 flight computer it seems excessive.
  5. Good to hear that the adjustments to the radio coupler worked for you. If you have any additional issues just let me know.
  6. It sounds like you were in a nav track mode where it limits the banks to 10 deg of correction. This is completely normal for nav track mode. The computer was designed to compute intercept angles for proper nav track. If you refer to that attached file page 40 it will outline how to set up the system for a RNAV intercept/capture. As long as the computer has the proper setup for intercept/capture you should not experience the shallow bank limit. KFC 200 Pilot Guide.pdf