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  1. I just finished updating my 1984 Mooney 201 panel. My plane spent the majority of it's life in northern Minnesota and has 2300 hours total time. Everything I am selling worked very well when removed. Most equipment is original with the exception of the 530W and the intercom system. While doing the panel I also replaced the stock nav/strobe lights with LEDs. the equipment was priced based on what I found being offered on the Internet. Reasonable offers will be considered. Here is a list of equipment being offered for sale (Images Below): King KG258 Horizon Gyro (Image 1a and Image 1B): $500 SOLD King KI525A: $500 King KG102A: $100 SOLD King KX155: $1450 King KI203: $250 SOLD King KR87, Antenna, Control Head: $275 Hoskins FT101 with Transducer Switch and Wires: $105 King KAP191 Auto Pilot Controller: $750 SOLD Garmin 530W with Manual After-Market Book and Card Reader: $6595 SOLD Auto Pilot Metal Brackets (and Other Pieces): $300 Two Auto Pilot Servos: $600 each (or $1100 for the pair) Trim Servo: $700 Vacuum Pump Regulator and Filter: $50 SOLD Rochester Cluster Gauge Part No. 640281-519: $200 2" Electric Tach BD Instruments Part No. 0513-016 RevE/880039-507: $150 Rochester Part No. 880044-507 2" Manifold Pressure Gauge: $150 Ammeter: $30 SOLD EGT/OAT and EGT Probe: $150 SOLD Altimeter: $250 SOLD VSI: $100 Turn Coordinator: $200 Air Speed Indicator (Overhauled last year): $150 Blind Encoder King KE127: $50 Manifold Pressure and Tach Components: $50 Whelen Nav/Strobe Lights (sold as a package includes all of the components): $150 Oil Pressure Amp Part No. 950D0311-002: $50 SOLDFuel Pressure Amp Part No. 950D031-001: $50 Slaving Switch and Trim Switch: $150 King KMT112 Magnetic Azimuth: $100 SOLD Nose Gear Doors-Pair (nearly excellent condition except a little threading at the front of the door): $1800 Antenna: $50 Avionics Cooling Fan: $50 3 Switches: $125 each Intercom: $50 SOLD KMA 24 Audio Panel: $150 Miscellaneous Parts: Make Offer
  2. Hi, As I was locating the original 19 owners that signed up for the STC kick off to inform them of the start date, the owners dwindle down to 8 commitments. I need 8 to 10 committed owners to step up with a non-reversible purchase order to maintain the STC opportunity date. This window will close on June 30th. The STC date would be pushed out indefinitely if I can not locate the additional 8 to 10 owners. If you can call your fellow Mooney owner and ask them to consider the program below. My cell phone is answered to 10PM every night till June 30th. Please call if you have any questions. Genesys Aerosystems is looking for 8- 10 owners to either upgrade or installs a new S-TEC 3100 installation. We would need a commitment total of 15 model owners to proceed with the STC. The commitment would be in the form of a purchase order to a Genesys Authorized Installation Center. Genesys Aerosystems S-TEC 3100 is a fully featured, attitude-based autopilot that gives you a list of workload-reducing and safety-enhancing capabilities that were previously unavailable on aftermarket autopilots. Compatible with advanced digital sources & EFIS displays from Garmin, Aspen and others, the S-TEC 3100 delivers unmatched features and benefits: Precise, digital flight control for every phase of flight 2-axis (3-axis option on some models) Automatic Trim included Envelope Protection/Alerting Straight and Level Recovery Precision Approaches/Missed Approaches Indicated Airspeed Hold Altitude Pre-select Moreover, much more! For the owners who currently have an S-TEC autopilot installed, the upgrade price will depend on the equipment already installed. The 3100 AP would be an outstanding bargain to get the benefits of a fully integrated digital autopilot, especially considering the additional safety features which it will bring. Upgrades start at $9,995 retail. For the owners who currently do not have an S-TEC autopilot installed. The 2-axis S-TEC 3100 is $19,995 retail for a new digital flight control system, which includes altitude hold, auto trim and altitude pre-select, as well as new features such as envelope protection and straight and level mode. The 3-axis version adds Yaw Damper and is $24,995 retail. Genesys Aerosystems S-TEC autopilot STC process is determined by which model owners express interest. The most significant benefit to submitting a purchase order (early) is that we will extend the 2-year warranty to 3 years for all new parts from the factory (new installs and new controllers/servos). Also, we are offering a 2-year warranty on any currently installed S-TEC servos. No matter how old they are. The extended warranty offer is only valid until we gain the STC. Once that occurs, the regular warranty period will be offered. Please Visit our website: Product Link - https://genesys-aerosystems.com/products/s-tec-3100-digital-flight-control-system Pilots guide link - https://genesys-aerosystems.com/sites/default/files/87325.PDF Brochure link - http://genesys-aerosystems.com/sites/default/files/files/GenesysAerosystems_S-TEC_3100__Digital_Autopilot_Brochure_2017 (002).pdf If you have questions or would like to find your nearest Genesys-Aerosystems Dealer, please email or call me direct: Barry LeBlanc Genesys Aerosystems Regional Sales Manager Cell Phone: 940.327.0707 Email: Barry.LeBlanc@genesys-aerosystems.com S-TEC 3100POH.PDF
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