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Found 2 results

  1. I understand this may only target a small crowd, but Brian - my mechanic in Texas - is having a new pilot's side sun visor made up for me with the Ovation3 Cruise Power Schedule on it (see photo). This is essentially the same data found on the 2500rpm 280HP Ovations, but has the 2550, 2600, and 2700rpm Best Power and Best Econ cruise numbers on it. I'm guessing those of you who own a 2008'ish Ovation3 from the factory should already have this. Those with earlier Ovation1, Ovation2-DX, Ovation2-GX, or Eagle aircraft who had 310HP/2700RPM conversions probably have visors with the "old" data.
  2. Hey all, I've dropped subtle hints lately about my move from the J to an Ovation. Last weekend was the closing, and since a couple of folks have asked, here's the big reveal. I brought the plane home from Florida on Friday, and of course we had a crappy weather weekend in Atlanta so there it has stayed but I'm looking forward to getting it out this week some more. Details are that it's an Ovation 3 GX...with a bit of a history! Anybody who was patrolling Controller undoubtedly saw her sitting there forlornly but in full splendor, waiting for somebody to come along who could accept tha
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