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Avionics - Certificated

Adding auto pilot to a '57 C-180A
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Thank you. I will call. 

 

 

I "get that" Arnold.....and agree with your thought process. I'm a BIG advocate of hand flying myself. I just happen to own two airport homes and a four hour flight using an auto pilot is more comfortable. Six months a year it's on Aerocet 3500L's. 
 
Not sure on a 57, but about 10 years ago I had an STEC 30 with GPSS installed on my 76 180.  Already had the 430.  Cost at the time was about $10k and the avionics shop did the paperwork with no problems.

The AP is great for long trips and IFR.

-Mike

On Sun, Nov 23, 2014 at 8:32 PM, Jason J. Grieff (SeaplanePirate@gmail.com) <mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com> wrote:
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How difficult/expensive/approval process can this be?  I want ALTITUDE HOLD too. I thinking of adding a GTN 750 at same time. 

 

If you are anywhere near Fredericksburg, Texas, T82, call Pippin-York and talk to Mike, they install lots of them, do good work, and have good prices. 830-997-8205

 
I have a 1957 180. Why one earth would you want to give up the feel of actually flying your airplane? 

Arnold Villeneuve
613 833 0984


On Nov 23, 2014, at 10:32 PM, "Jason J. Grieff (SeaplanePirate@gmail.com)" <mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com> wrote:

 
How difficult/expensive/approval process can this be?  I want ALTITUDE HOLD too. I thinking of adding a GTN 750 at same time. 
 
 
How difficult/expensive/approval process can this be?  I want ALTITUDE HOLD too. I thinking of adding a GTN 750 at same time. 
 
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