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  • Birthday 03/07/1969

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  1. I haven't tested it but my LS100B Microkit was advertised to have the ability to announce the gear warning when I purchased it in November
  2. This is why I chose to buy. Trying to use a rental for anything other than same day trips wasn't practical. Each year the minimum fee went up
  3. Buy the plane that fits your mission then put in the time needed with a good instructor. The big difference is that everything happens faster and it takes practice to stay in front of things
  4. I repaired the cracks in my interior panels with fiberglass. Many people paint them after. I prefer material so I sent the four panels with armrest to Hector at Aerocomfort to be covered. Shipping cost is high but covering those panels requires several sewn seems. All the other panels I covered myself and mechanic sent material out for the fire cert. Aerocomfort is like a year behind so they have to work small jobs in when they can. You can get carpet at Airtex. I was fortunate and had good leather on my seats. Best of luck and don't get in a hurry.
  5. Thanks! I was getting ready to replace my old vents when I searched and found this thread. I hate to go back with the old version
  6. From reviewing the thread it looks like three people ended up making these. Is anyone currently selling them?
  7. Thanks. The bad thing is that I didn't even notice the duct tape until after I posted the pic.
  8. Thanks to both of you! Doing our best to keep things in good shape as we redo the interior.
  9. Can someone tell me how to remove the overhead vent covers in my 67 M20F?
  10. 1967 F, 927 lbs. Useful Load 64 Gal Tanks
  11. Thanks, I wonder why the type certificate shows 2000-2350 and the POH shows 2100-2350? I won’t be operating continuously between 2000 and 2100 so it really doesn’t matter, just curious.
  12. Thanks, that's what I was looking for. I'll check the prop log. Setting the range to yellow rather than red sounds like a good idea also. Finally getting close to completing the install.
  13. Thanks for the info everyone. I thought it was related to the OEM prop also but can't seem to find my notes. We are setting up my Dynon system and set that range to show red for now.
  14. Would someone remind me why my 67 M20F has the "WARNING" not to cruise within the range of 2100 and 2350 RPM's? Thanks
  15. I'm in the middle of installing a 10" Dynon Skyview now. The Dynon team is a great group to work with. I had planned on flying for a year as LANCECASPER suggested to you. When several older components failed in a two week time period I gave up and moved forward with the upgrade. I suggest planning ahead in case something similar happens. Also, scope creep was a real issue for me. I can't tell you how many times I've decided to "replace it while everything is apart"
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