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What is max take off weight? When was last annual inspection?


Hey Jerry
Max TO wt is I believe 3110
It was annualled in Jun and I have flown it only 8 hours since annual and we did the 500 hour on the mags


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 Post subject: Re: FS: Bonanza H35 w/IO470N
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Chuck, how did you get 3110? I'd love to know.

My tip tanks are JL Osbornes, and I got a 200 lb GW increase from those. I got bupkis for the IO-520. So, my GW is 3050.

I've taken off quite a few times for Oshkosh at 3049 and I still get 1300-1500 fpm after a couple hundred feet more of TO length than normal.

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 Post subject: Re: FS: Bonanza H35 w/IO470N
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Chuck, how did you get 3110? I'd love to know.

My tip tanks are JL Osbornes, and I got a 200 lb GW increase from those. I got bupkis for the IO-520. So, my GW is 3050.

I've taken off quite a few times for Oshkosh at 3049 and I still get 1300-1500 fpm after a couple hundred feet more of TO length than normal.



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I got the 3110 from the weight and balance form prepared by D'Shannon Aviation and provided as apart of the STC installation of Canted 20 Gal Tip Tanks installed at their Minnesota Hangar on February 9 2016


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 Post subject: Re: FS: Bonanza H35 w/IO470N
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I have some reservations about parting with this plane. Bought the plane back in 2006 to be sort of local plane for here in OKC, Had my 58 Barron which I used for cross country, Sold the Barron in 2012 and gradually started flying the Bonanza on my cross countries, added the tip tanks which really helped on the legs out west.
This spring I decided to buy a Piper Malibu because flying the high desert in the western states was just too rough normally aspirated in the summer. Two years ago I came close to buying a turbo normalized A36 but after a lot thought decided on the Malibu which has None Ice, AC, 5.5PSI pressure to 25K, vertical profile color radar, She in the interior shop now and will be going to paint on the 23rd.


Chuck very nice airplane. Are your cylinders affected by the ECI AD? I don't believe the plating alone counts.


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The cylinders are first run Continentals put on new at overhaul, several compression's went low, not to too low by the master master orifice but it pissed off the previous owner and he had all six pulled and sent to ECI in San Antonio which overhauled them and did the Nickel plating process. the same process that Continental now owns and uses as a result of Continental buying ECI. The answer to the question is no these are not subject to the AD


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Hello Chuck
IS your aircraft still for sale?
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Thanks for all the interest in N5409D
The Airplane has been sold as of today and is off to its new home
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Thanks for all the interest in N5409D
The Airplane has been sold as of today and is off to its new home
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I knew this day would come. How I wanted to buy this thing :sad: :sad: :sad:


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