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Old 02-09-2019, 05:31 PM
RV8TOR RV8TOR is offline
 
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Default FS: Items From Panel Upgrade

I have the following left from our panel upgrade. All prices plus shipping which has been around $15.00 for priority US mail.

Plane Power Alternator, comes with new belt. Model AL12-EI60/B 60amp, flown 967 hours, working good when removed for upgrade. $100.00

EI ASC-5A Clock, new battery installed at the factory 12/2018 $250.00

Falcon 3 1/8" Airspeed indicator in Knots, marked for RV $100.00

Falcon 3 1/8" Vertical Speed Indicator $100.00

Falcon 2 1/4" G-meter $200.00

TransCal SSD-120 Altitude Encoder $100.00

Please email or call with any questions.

Thank you,
Charlie Kearns
214-803-8642
ckearnsconsulting@gmail.com
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Old 02-09-2019, 06:13 PM
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Can you send me pics of the airspeed indicator ?
Riburgos @ Yahoo
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Old 02-09-2019, 08:15 PM
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Rico, email sent with pics
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