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    N922PT
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    M20K

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  1. CHT did redline which caused pilot to quickly land, but it did happen. He said EGT hit 1350 once but then "flickered" between 300-550 afterwards. There is a full engine analyzer in airplane however I live 3.5 hours away so not practical for me to travel just to access it.
  2. #1 cylinder reached excessive heat yesterday during flight from Vegas to Ramona. Put her down in Banning airport Banning CA. Oil temp and pressure and other cynlinders normal. Not sure if lost just a cylinder or worse. No mechanic on field. Looking for qualified mechanic that can look engine over on field, checking compressions, doing boroscope and overall "look see". Trying to diagnose issue to see how bad it is or isn't. Brand new paint job less than 9 months old hence trying to prevent any lower cowling damage and don't believe one person can remove and replace lower cowling without it hit
  3. A&P has Electroaire ignition switch wired up, replacing keyed ignition switch. Does anyone have a schematic on how the tach wire is attached/routed to the magneto wire? Additionally, are there any resistors that need to be put within that part of the system, in case the tach shorts out, preventing the magnetos from being grounded by a bad tach? All and any help/schematics appreciated.
  4. Purchased 1980 M20K 231 N922PT. Had complete annual inspection done as part of prebuy including rebuilt mechanical fuel pump. Ferry pilot flew it across the country from Florida to Pahrump NV with no issues. I flew the airplane once for 1 hour total time and it has sat for 60 days. Now won't idle and have to keep hitting low boost or primer. Local mechanic who is an excellent mechanic but has no Mooney experience did some adjustments. Mooney mechanic in Florida that did the annual and works mostly on Mooney's said "these engines don't like to sit and you'll have to completely readjust the fuel
  5. Just purchased my second Mooney of my aviation hobby time. Bought physical sight unseen. Had extensive prebuy and full annual done by shop in Florida that does mostly Mooney and did the last two annual inspections so knew the aircraft. When completed had flown to paint shop in Deland Florida for complete strip/repaint. My pilot is flying it home as I pen this email. He said it is "flying flawlessly" and very "comfy" with it's new interior and the all glass panel is great. Upon landing in Texas he noticed some discoloration due to heat from the turbo on the cowling (brand new paint job!!). I'v
  6. Just purchased my second Mooney of my aviation hobby time. Bought physical sight unseen. Had extensive prebuy and full annual done by shop in Florida that does mostly Mooney and did the last two annual inspections so knew the aircraft. When completed had flown to paint shop in Deland Florida for complete strip/repaint. My pilot is flying it home as I pen this email. He said it is "flying flawlessly" and very "comfy" with it's new interior and the all glass panel is great. Upon landing in Texas he noticed some discoloration due to heat from the turbo on the cowling (brand new paint job!!). I'v
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