CodyPhil

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  1. For Sale! 860LS is the meticulously cared-for previous Flight Design CTLS demo aircraft - the most photographed CTLS in the country. http://www.planeandp...o-ride-iii.html It has just 480 TThrs, always hangared, new Garmin 696 and Tundra package. New Price! $98,500. Full details below: Dynon 100 EFIS & 120 EMS Dual- screen Glass panel w/back up gauges Garmin SL 40 Com & GTX 327 Mode C; PM 3000 Stereo intercom with IPod jack; Oil and coolant thermostat system; 1 Dave Clark Headset; 1 Lightspeed headset 100-hp Rotax 912ULS engine; Stainless steel exhaust; Neuform 3 Blade composite propeller; Garmin 696 GPS with XM Weather; Three axis trim system; Light brown leather sport seats with headrests; Cabin heater, carburetor heat; Wheel pants and gear fairings; FD night flight package; Mecaplex sliding air-vents; Gull wing doors w/gas struts; Composite main landing gear; BRS 1350 Parachute system; Door locks, Parking brake; Advanced LED strobes & position lights; ELT with remote panel; Cabin-located fire extinguisher; 4 point pilot harnesses; 12V accessory plug; FD Prop cover, wallet and briefcase; Composiclean proper care kit; CT Pilot (Digiflight II VS basis) Two Axis with vertical speed control CTLS SN 07-11-13: Wave 5
 Tundra Wheels Upgrade Other extras. Please PM here, email: codyphilip@gmail.com, or call (603) 617-2468.
  2. For Sale! 860LS is the meticulously cared-for previous Flight Design CTLS demo aircraft - the most photographed CTLS in the country. http://www.planeandpilotmag.com/proficiency/flight-training/ticket-to-ride-iii.html It has just 480 TThrs, always hangared, new Garmin 696 and Tundra package. Asking $107,500. Full details below: Dynon 100 EFIS & 120 EMS Dual- screen Glass panel w/back up gauges Garmin SL 40 Com & GTX 327 Mode C; PM 3000 Stereo intercom with IPod jack; Oil and coolant thermostat system; 1 Dave Clark Headset; 1 Lightspeed headset 100-hp Rotax 912ULS engine; Stainless steel exhaust; Neuform 3 Blade composite propeller; Garmin 696 GPS with XM Weather; Three axis trim system; Light brown leather sport seats with headrests; Cabin heater, carburetor heat; Wheel pants and gear fairings; FD night flight package; Mecaplex sliding air-vents; Gull wing doors w/gas struts; Composite main landing gear; BRS 1350 Parachute system; Door locks, Parking brake; Advanced LED strobes & position lights; ELT with remote panel; Cabin-located fire extinguisher; 4 point pilot harnesses; 12V accessory plug; FD Prop cover, wallet and briefcase; Composiclean proper care kit; CT Pilot (Digiflight II VS basis) Two Axis with vertical speed control CTLS SN 07-11-13: Wave 5
 Tundra Wheels Upgrade Other extras. Please PM here, or email: codyphilip@gmail.com
  3. Thank you all for these great suggestions. I'll be sure to drain the fuel and oil before adding fresh - makes sense. I'll add blocks, bulb in the cabin and Decon to my 2011/2012 winter to-do list. Even though it's officially spring in New Hampshire, it snowed last week and it's sleeting today - so I've got more time than I want to get 860LS ready. Year-round flying sounds very good after this winter!
  4. Due the closure of our airport for much of the winter, my CTLS hasn't been flown in nearly four months. I've had a trickle charge on the battery, the engine compartment kept at 50 degrees, and 3/4's fueled with Mogas. I'd appreciate any recommendations as to what I should do before going flying.
  5. Roger and Tim, Many thanks for starting a CT and other Light Sport aircraft forum, that's open to all. Philip CTLS 860LS