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Old 02-10-2018, 09:15 PM
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Default RV9 For Sale

SOLD: RV-9
New Lycoming 160hp YO-360-D1A from Van’s 56.6 TT.
Sensenich fixed pitch propeller. Configured for a constant speed prop.
Trutrak auto pilot.
Advanced Flight Systems 4500EE EFIS/engine/NAV display.
Dual Infinity stick grips.Garmin GDU 370 GPS.
Garmin SL40 Nav/com.
Garmin GTX 327 transponder.
PMA 4000 Audio panel.
CO Guardian panel mounted Carbon monoxide detector.
Tip-up canopy.
Project built in a shop supervised by a license A&P and expert RV builder.
Too many extras to list. Must see and fly.
Ready to paint to your specifications. $85,000.
Builder lost his Medical
Located in the Denver Area
Contact: Troy Grover 317 919 6594 rv6grover@sbcglobal.net







Last edited by rv8grover : 02-13-2018 at 12:17 PM. Reason: Aircraft is sold
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Old 02-11-2018, 04:06 PM
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that's a classic airplane in the making if I ever saw one. I bet it will be flying 50 years from now.

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RV-9A, Tip-up, Superior O-320, roller lifters, 160HP, WW 200RV, dual impulse slick mags, oil pressure = 65 psi, EGT = 1300F, flight hours = 600+ for all

Simplicity is the art in design.

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