Bob E

M20C gauge cluster, tach, MP/FP, EFT, etc.

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Just upgraded my 1965 M20C to JPI EDM 900 and G5's.   Removed the engine gauge cluster, tach, manifold/fuel pressure gauge, EGT, suction gauge, and clock.

Everything works except (of course) the clock!   Manifold/fuel pressure and tach are actually fairly new replacement gauges.

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How about $250 including shipping?  The MP/FP gauge is original equipment; I replaced my old one with this one (and with the tach in the photo) a few years ago.  The tach was new but the MP/FP was just bench tested; I don't think it's even a refurb.  Anyway both indicators are accurate and function flawlessly.  Here are a few more photos; the white wrap is masking tape -- apparently added to make the installation tight.  That thing that looks like a metal shaving in the second photo is just a spot on the glass; I was able to wipe it off.  The last photo was taken about a month before we uninstalled it last October.

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Tach and MP-FP just prior to de-installation.JPG

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Not even sure what it's worth.   This is the original cluster that came with the aircraft (which I have owned since 1986).  Note:  every few years the CHT gauge stops indicating and the probe has to be replaced.  I did not replace the probe this time around due to the upgrade.  Thus, I think the CHT gauge works just fine, but if you want to be sure, I'd recommend having it bench tested before installing it.

That stated, I'd suggest $350 plus whatever shipping costs are.

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$250 for the MP/FP gauge was more than I wanted to spend (but I admit to being pretty cheap :unsure:).  I'll PM you for more info.

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Not even sure what it's worth.   This is the original cluster that came with the aircraft (which I have owned since 1986).  Note:  every few years the CHT gauge stops indicating and the probe has to be replaced.  I did not replace the probe this time around due to the upgrade.  Thus, I think the CHT gauge works just fine, but if you want to be sure, I'd recommend having it bench tested before installing it.
That stated, I'd suggest $350 plus whatever shipping costs are.

Ok. I think I’ll pass. Just need the fuel gauges but I’ll just keep my broken ones lol.


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