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  1. Then explain how most Cessna 177s sell for more than a Mooney of the same age and condition? This site is NOTORIOUS for self defecating on our plane’s values. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  2. You got me on that one. I didn’t install the 900 in my plane so I have no clue what fittings were used. I suspect one IAs or AP guys can answer that. Sorry. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  3. This may help you. It is the wiring diagram for the left inboard and left outboard senders. I have 4 CiES senders running in frequency mode. Few things to note. 1) The outboard sender’s blue wire connects to the gray wire for the inboard sender. 2) You will want to make sure you use the JPI provided harness and run the ground (black) and signal (blue) to the JPI’s wire (CiES black to JPI black and CiES blue to JPI’s white). The instructions provided by CiES at that time talked about grounding them to chassis only. That gave is sporadic readings. I believe the harness is for JPI’s P5 connector (it’ll be marked). 3) I also grounded the CiES senders to the chassis by attaching a wire from one of the attachment screws to the airframe (verify conductivity). 4) The biggest pain is running the wires from the outboard senders. Don’t be tempted to use the factory original wires. Get a good quality shielded wire (Aircraft Spruce sells them). - if you need numbers, let me know. Don’t be too shocked that the CiES senders don’t look like the factory resistive senders. Just make sure when installed they have full range of motion. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
  4. You should have 4 senders. You should have 2 tanks. Even with extended tanks, there are only selectable tanks. You will want frequency as long as the 930 supports it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  5. Why does this new thread feel like a drive-by shooting?
  6. Interesting that they wrapped your's up in a heat shield. Where was it mounted?
  7. I agree. The cost difference between the two is insignificant. BTW - TIS-A is starting to go away.
  8. Blasphemy you speak! [emoji1787] Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
  9. Mine is on the firewall on the pilot’s side. Should be a red unit. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
  10. Seeing that they used FL000 for their altitude, my guess they were on the ground. If they were airborne, wouldn’t they have reported their actual altitude as something in the air? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
  11. I hear ya. My panel didn't just end up looking like this. I went through phases and I wished I had taken the time to better plan the panel. There were two other updates to the panel before I ended up with what you are seeing now. Take your time. The hard part is that as soon as you think you're happy, one of the avionics companies introduces something new. With the exception of the Max upgrade, I am going to do my best to resist the urge to do another upgrade. But those new GTN products sure do look nice. Inner self: "Stop it you moron!"
  12. Yes indeed. I am the knucklehead who spent all this money to make it look this way.
  13. It looks pretty small right in front of the pilot!
  14. I think based on the size of the gauge, it will fit. The bigger issue is that being all the way over to the right, it will be really hard to see. The font size on the GI 275 has to be pretty small. You may want to see one in person and compare. Also, it looks like it is an expensive gauge (starting at $5,295). I suspect that there will be additional charges for extra probes that you may need. ENGINE-INFORMATION-SYSTEM-05202839-d316-44ed-9fdd-b257cb391674.webp
  15. I am curious what you see in performance difference before and after Power Flow.