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Jonás

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    M20M TLS BRAVO

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  1. Thanks for the response. My mechanic was a concern because he saw a 90PSI at run up. I am new to the Bravo and do not have a frame of reference. The range that I have seen this far during flight is between 75-85PSI. Update: My mechanic call Victor Aviation Service and They confirmed that at about 90 PSI during run up and between 72PSI to 85PSI "is what they like to see in flight".
  2. Hello to all, I am wondering about the upper limit for engine oil pressure and the damage to the pump and filter associated with it. I hope that I can benefit with the vast collective knowledge in this forum. What do you think is the ideal oil pressure, 2000 RPM during run up for a M20M TLS Bravo with TIO540-AF1B model and about 300 hours?
  3. Indeed, Contrary to what they said, the vide captures the exact moment when the white car hits the plane. Luckily the passenger had not exit.
  4. Only if you have been infected you may get the symptoms again. I had the first shot and got the symptoms for a day and a half. My friend had not symptoms. The reason is the antibodies still active. I am getting the second shot in a week.
  5. Okay Steve, i agree with you. It is an old accident and that the buyer should be taken into account when making a decision. I personally don't have any problem buying a plane that has been properly repaired, provided that the price is fair. It is my understanding that A new accident would lower the value of the plane by as much as 20%. Although it is less, I do not know what is the depreciation percentage for a repair that has been Proven for over 20 years. Nonetheless, I would have prefer if the seller had made that disclosure when I was inquiring at this plane over a year ago.
  6. Hello To All, When looking for Bravo Last year, this was one of the planes I reserch. The plane has an accident which may explains why it has not been able to sell at the asking price. Note that the following accident description: #NTSB2 Accident Occurred on: 1995-07-13 00:00:00 Narrative (ACCP): QcOn July 13, 1995, at 0727 hours Pacific daylight time, a Mooney M-20-M, N200CT, was substantially damaged during an aborted takeoff at Santa Monica, California. The pilot and passenger were not injured. Visual meteorologic
  7. Hello, This is a lawyer I would recommend. Mr. Lampert has been in the business for over 25yrs. Best of luck KATZMAN LAMPERT & STOLL, PLLC 9596 Metro Airport Avenue Broomfield, CO 80021 Direct: (303) 410-7716 Office: (303) 465-3663 Fax: (303) 867-1565
  8. Hello Carusoam, No sir, I will not treat this this forum as a school play group. Have a great day.
  9. Hello to All, Thank you for the rich conversation. I found this video on YouTube that may relevant to the topic of CHT low temperatures. The whole lecture is very insightful; however, at about 23 minutes time stamp, he starts talking about CHT.
  10. GEE-BEE does not hold any FAA production approval to produce the ... https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.faa.gov/aircraft/safety/programs/sups/upn/media/98-071r.pdf&ved=2ahUKEwiDg8mIvrHtAhUeSjABHeklBtwQFjACegQIARAB&usg=AOvVaw0uOw8KFD7hFSIKXH2PHXHA I just stumbled across this information from the FAA. Any thoughts?
  11. Searching the Internet I found this pilot account about an accident with another engine that was Overhaul the same company that did mine. http://newlangsyne.com/enginefire/index.htm
  12. I agree with the earlier post. I highly recommend Lawrence Airmotive KLWM. I use to maintain my two aircraft with the prior owner of the place and now with Nik the current owner. Honest and diligent at a fair cost. However, if you want a comprehensive inspection, ask the seller to fly the plane to Air-Mods Service Center of Trenton-Robbinsville airport (N87) New Jersey. Not a far place to go to for a Mooney. At this place, you will pay more but will get an extensive list of major and minor issues including structure corrosion. This way you will not be surprise later.
  13. I agree with the earlier post. I highly recommend Lawrence Airmotive KLWM. I use to maintain my two aircraft with the prior owner of the place and now with Nik the current owner. Honest and diligent at a fair cost. However, if you want a comprehensive inspection, ask the seller to fly the plane to Air-Mods Service Center of Trenton-Robbinsville airport (N87) New Jersey. Not a far place to go to for a Mooney. At this place, you will pay more but will get an extensive list of major and minor issues including structure corrosion. This way you will not be surprise later.
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