Lionudakis

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About Lionudakis

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  • Birthday 10/12/1977

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  • Location
    Conroe
  • Interests
    Flying, Family, Airplanes, Boating, Aviation, Mooney's, Flying, Custom cars, Car Audio, Flying
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    N51CT
  • Model
    M20C 62

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  1. Someone in south america dings my tail number N51CT. They're usually around 240kts at 20k.... I wish
  2. Bart, That is WAY to high.I've installed 3- 900's in addition to mine, as well as countless 730/830's. They can eat up some time, but nothing near what they're wanting. I also just moved my 900 from where your RPM is, to my center stack above the radio (just because I could) It was plenty view able in either landscape or portrait on the right panel.
  3. Sweet ! Lionudakis crew will be late. We’ll be at fondulac ready to launch into KOSH as soon as airshow is over.
  4. Whole family going. Chris Lionudakis, Lindsay, Caleb and Cody. Thank you for setting this up !!
  5. Thanks for input. Since installing my JPi I hadn’t gone very high ( shorty trips), until last year. The fuel pressure drops slowly as I climb, by around 6k ish it’s at zero and my Jpi starts flickering between zero and and X’ing out. As I descend will slowly come back by the same altitude and be back to normal. I just don’t remember it being that low back when I had the old gauge. Electric pump changes nothing.
  6. What kind of fuel pressure are you C drivers seeing in flight , mainly around 8-10k.
  7. A cough on acceleration is usually the accelerator pump. Mine used to do it until I had carb overhauled. Mine coughed at the same rpm on acceleration regardless of how slow you increased throttle
  8. I did notice on the lower left side of the AMM page uploaded, It states max rpm is 2700, and the static rpm may be 50 rpm less, that confirms the same info my hartzell book says. You stated in a shallow dive it is limiting to 2680. It sounds like in flight the governor is doing its job. Is the adjusting screw backed out or have you just verified that the control arm is touching the limit screw?
  9. I also learned a while back that the slightly lower static rpm as Cody mentioned is normal, but also your only real indication that your engine is making full power. Unlike a fixed pitch, the controllable prop can hide reduced performance if it was able to make 100% or more rpm while sitting static and the governor was governing the max rpm. I believe my Hartzell book says the low pitch stops are set to around 50 rpm UNDER max rpm for this reason. If static rpm is low, its because the engine power is low, and not covered up by the prop unloading and letting it make rated rpm. Once moving the last little bit of rpm increases and the governor will start its job and keep it at max rpm.
  10. Anyone on here running these airboss cylinders on their bird? My engine is torn down for OH from a jug partial separation off the case, so I'm shopping parts and came across these. Nothing but horror stories about cylinders; new, overhauled, brand x.. I'm torn between overhauling what I have and starting new
  11. Sorry folks, been busy and haven't checked this in a while. Gauge cluster, nulites, volt/amp gauge, fuel probe and manifold/fuel pressure SOLD
  12. Lights are gone. Volts/Amps I still have. I'll check my pm
  13. It has the terminal strip. The plug would be nice. You could cut the plug off and put terminal ends on still, it's 2 fuel wires, oil temp, CHL temp, amperage and a ground. 6 total if i remember right
  14. Cleaning up here. No reasonable offer refused. I have an overhauled fuel probe p/n 7740-118, original 6 pack cluster out of a 62C(oil leaked internally, other than that looks great, repairable or parts), oil temp sensor and plug, 2)12v NULITE light bezels (circle w/ no cutouts), NIB voltage regulator (electro delta VR300-14-50), and original MP/FP and Tachometer from a 62C, both in excellent shape,