1734 TTAE, 401.7 SPOH, Fresh Hot Section, Fresh Annual, Avidyne
Airframe: 1734 Total Time
Annual: MARCH 2019 @ 1734. Altimeter/Static/Transponder: Fresh March 2018. Date of Manufacture: 8-18-2005 (2006 Model) Useful Load 1,640.4(2006 Model)
Engines: 1734 SNEW Pratt & Whitney PT6A-42A Serial PCE-RM0235
'0' Since Hot Section by Turbines, Inc
Props: 401.7 Since Prop Overhaul (October 2014)
Dual Avidyne 10.4 Inch Primary Flight Displays Avidyne Entregra EX5000 Multifunction Display Avidyne Multilink System - XM Weather and Narrowcast Avidyne CMax Electronic Approach Charts S-Tec Magic 1500 Three Axis Autopilot Dual Garmin GNS 430W GPS Units WAAS Upgraded Autopilot & GPS Garmin GMA-340 Audio System Dual Garmin GTX-330 Transponders Honeywell KN-63 DME Honeywell KR-87 ADF Bendix RDR-2000 Vertical Profile Digital Color Radar Honeywell IHAS-8000 Integrated Hazard Avoidance System Honeywell KMH 880 Multi-Hazard System Honeywell KTA 870 Traffic Advisory System Honeywell KGP 560 Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System L-3 WX-500 Stormscope XM Radio with Bluetooth Remote Ground Clearance Switch
Factory Original Polyurethane featuring overall Star White over Platinum with Metallic Shadow Gray and Chestnut Brown Trim. Paint has high gloss and looks cared for. Boots are in excellent polished condition. Glass is a strong 8.5 on a 10 scale.
Original Factory Dark Khaki Leather with Tan Carpet. Shows very little wear as one might expect for a 1650 hour airplane. Overall condition of Interior is a solid '8' on a 10 scale.
Maintenance Summary & History
Annual: March 2019 Altimeter/Static/Transponder: March 2018. Date of Manufacture: 8-18-2005 (2006 Model) Useful Load 1,640.4
2. Last Compression:
3. Component Overhaul / Replacement:
4. Scheduled Maintenance:
5. Engine Service Bulletins Complied With:
6. Airframe Service Bulletins Complied With:
Extremely High Level of Airframe SB's complied with
7. Service Letters Complied With:
High Level of compliance.
8. AD Compliance Summary:
Fresh with Sale
9. Repair History
On February 13, 2013 the aircraft rolled forward and struck a building after the engine was started. The aircraft was transported to Hov-Aire, Inc. in Three Rivers Michigan where the following workscope was performed: One fuselage skin was replaced. The wing was replaced. The engine was sent to Pratt & Whitney Service Center Dallas Airmotive for inspection and repair. Prop was overhauled and spinner replaced. Hov-Aire is the premier repair facility for all PA-46 aircraft having worked on over 125 different PA-46 aircraft.