Looking good! I did the same thing last week from Electroair.
Wright Brothers Master Pilot, FAA Commercial Pilot
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Okeechobee, FL KOBE
I've now got about 5 hours on it up at 10k feet. Smooth, easy starting and about 1 gph lower fuel burn so far.
I'll preface my questions with the statements "Locks only keep honest people out.", and "It would be extremely easy to hot-wire any of our aircraft." With that being said, I have a couple questions;
Jim "Griff" Griffin
PA28 - 161
Hi, no keyswitch. Only door key. However, twins don't have keyswitches. and on number 2 above, no.
Never owned a twin, so I wasn't aware about the "no keyswitch". Thank you Scott.
I am curious how your push button starter works. Do you flip both switches to ON and then push start? For run up do you turn each to off as you would R/L mag checks in a keyed system?
BillCampbell - I just picked my Plane up today and it works Perfectly! I Love It! And Yes, You turn ON the Mags by pressing the 2 Rocker Switches to UP Position. And Yes, You turn each one OFF then ON during your Mag Check during your Run-Up. Works Great!