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Old 10-10-2017, 05:15 AM
Bluebeard Bluebeard is offline
 
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Default FS: radio, transponder, engine monitor

I have removed from my RV-6 in Europe - due to the regulatory changes there - the following items that are in perfect working order:
Apollo SL40 VHF Comm radio (plus mounting tray)
And
Apollo SL70 Mode C transponder + AmeriKing encoder (plus mounting tray)

I will shortly be visiting the USA where I can bring these, it would be more convenient perhaps to sell privately on this forum.

I also have a new, unused JPI EDM830 4 cylinder engine monitor kit with all sensors for a IO360, I bought this from Sarasota Avionics for a Mooney M20J I was buying in April 2015 but the purchase fell through. Full details on request.

No reasonable offer(s) refused!

My email: henry[at] astoria.ie
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Old 10-10-2017, 06:36 AM
dmat dmat is offline
 
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e-mail sent on engine monitor
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Grumman AA1 - Gone
RV6A - N6389 - freshly acquired
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Old 10-11-2017, 03:02 PM
Bluebeard Bluebeard is offline
 
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I have made scans of the documents with this kit and photos on Dropbox of the various components, that I can send links to.

More details of the engine monitor: JPI EDM830 4-cylinder kit p/n EGT-701- 4CR
EGT/CHT/Oil pressure/oil temp/FF/RPM/MAP/OAT/%HP.
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