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Found 8 results

  1. I am looking at buying a M20D converted to RG and I was wondering what to expect for cruise speed? My first flight was around 135kt indicated, not sure if that is slow or reasonable. I would like to know if I would expect different results from a true M20C. Secondly, Anything I should be aware of in owning a M20D? Thanks much!
  2. I just pruchased an M20D what converted to an M20C. The overhead fresh air vent is not operating properly. After remove the headline it appears the cable has disconnected at the door. The knob side cable is connected and appears to move when the knob is rotated. I'd like to reconnect or replace this cable however there doesn't appear to be a way to remove the water tight aluminum enclosure around the vent to access the cable termination/vent mechanism without removing the rivets that hold this enclosure to the top of the fuselage. Am I missing something? Is there a way to access this cable end without removing rivets? Thanks.
  3. The title may say it all... still educating myself on the breed. I still think I'm looking for an E, but I'd like to learn as much as I can on the unique traits of each model. For example, they built a lot of C's, but ended production of D's after a fairly brief run. I kind of wish Gordon Baxter was still around, I remember he was a real champion of Mooney and he'd probably have a lot to say (still). Thanks.
  4. I'd like to report that we had a very positive experience with Airtronics in Lincoln, CA obtaining our ADS-B equipment and installation. From ordering our equipment, to setting the appointment for installation, the Airtronics team was professional, timely and thorough in their response to our questions about the equipment we were purchasing. Providing the option to install at our hangar, was especially valuable. For our installer it was a 300 mile RT. The installer was on time, courteous and very knowledgeable. The installation locations for the receiver, transponder and antennas have proven to be ideal for both functionality and aesthetics. The process went very quickly, and our “pass’ for the FAA rebate test flight proved that the equipment installed was in excellent working order. The system worked the first time with no glitches and the interface with Foreflight was perfect. Additionally, the instructions for the rebate test flight that they provided were invaluable to an easy “pass”. They even took our old non-functional transponder and gave us a rebate on that. We could not be happier with the service we received or more confident in the quality installation. On a scale of 1 to 10, this one goes to 11.
  5. FOR Sale: Hartzell Top Prop and Composite Spinner including logbook and all accompanying documentation. For M20 A-G. TTSN 65.3 (2400 TBO) and in excellent condition. Installed in December 2015 and removed in Sept 2016. This prop was on our new-to-us M20E and was incredibly smooth for a two-bladed prop; there were / are no issues with it whatsoever. The prop's model number is HC C2YR 1BFP/7497 PRICE: $7450, shipping included (Lower 48). These kits can be bought new excluding shipping for about $9400 from Hartzell or $8400 from a dealer. The prop itself can be used on a J model but it appears a different spinner is needed. Please message me via this site or call (360) 281-7022 with questions or to request additional photos.
  6. Raptor05121

    1963 Mooney M20D Master Checklist

    1963 Mooney M20D Master Checklist View File Microsoft PowerPoint 1997-2003 file for my 1963 Mooney M20D. 180hp Lycoming O-360 engine, manual gear, cowl flaps, and hydraulic flaps. All information as per POH1188. Submitter Raptor05121 Submitted 09/07/2015 Category Safety & Techniques  
  7. N1916Y, M20D, Master, s/n 211, original config fixed gear/fixed pitch prop, restored, 2270 TT, 70 SMOH, new prop, new O&N fuel, new Airtex interior, O/H'd firewall forward, new LASAR panels, Aspen Pro 1000 PFD, full Garmin stack including 430W, SL30, mode S, ADS-B, EDM 930 engine monitor, 406 ELT, Tanis engine heater, sealed battery, LED nav landing and anti-collision lighting, will ferry, checkout and conduct new annual with sale....nothing needed to add to this aircraft for years. Based CYSH & KPGD. Over $75K invested(not including labour) $60K. RonM ronmacewen@hotmail.com http://www.trade-a-plane.com/detail/aircraft/Single+Engine+Piston/1964/Mooney/M20D+Master/1770409.html
  8. M20D6607U

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    Note: found a way to purchase this airplane from my friend.