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okent

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    Tulsa, OK
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  1. I priced out a quick build high wing tsi and it was north of 300k. At that price I'll wait for an F4 with the new 916 engine.
  2. Thanks for the info. Glad you got out as well as you did. I like the way you verbalized that if you can't make the runway you will just pull the chute๐Ÿ˜Ž That's why I fly a CT.
  3. Bill, glad you're OK. Glad the chute worked. It's why I fly this plane.
  4. I'm waiting on the 4 seat for the increased performance. The F2 is awesome but I "need" something faster and occasional 4 seats
  5. Ed, what kind of climb rates are you seeing at 10K and above? I've got a trip planned to the Rockies next month and trying to get a handle on what to expect in the real world.
  6. I saw the plane this morning as I was taking off for a quick flight. They sure look nice.
  7. Yes, I listen to XM radio almost every time I fly. I like having the ability to flip off the XM radio if things get busy and if it's wired into the 225 I want to wire in that switch to do the same. There's an AUX setting in the 225 but it is a few menu's deep. The switch would be really handy.
  8. Yes, planning on a rewire. I'm almost due for an oil change and will have it done then. Will wire the AUX switch to toggle the XM radio. Edited to add that talking with Rex Johnson, he didn't think it would be a big deal to change that wiring.
  9. The passenger headset and auxillary/XM radio are wired to the 3000 only in my airplane. Shouldn't take much to switch those wires over.
  10. Like a Garmin GPS 175...๐Ÿ˜Ž
  11. That's what I'm thinking. Just bypass the PM 3000 totally. Can't take too much to do that (famous last words!) I just don't know what I could put in that place.
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