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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1978 Navajo Panther Conversion (430W, TAS 600, XM, F
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Is that useful correct?
Only a 2,013 pound UL?


Yes it is correct. Here is the latest W&B form. What am I missing?

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1978 Navajo Panther Conversion (430W, TAS 600, XM, F
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You did not miss anything. Stock PA31’s were about 2500 UL.
This plane has a lot stuff added on, its a nice plane.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1978 Navajo Panther Conversion (430W, TAS 600, XM, F
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The Government(s) added lots of useful equipment. A panel redo could net significant weight loss if necessary.

With the Panther upgrade, this plane has Chieftain motors (11 passenger) without the equivalent paperwork increases as is common with many performance STCs.

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1978 Navajo Panther Conversion (430W, TAS 600, XM, F
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Pretty standard weight really. And this aircraft has the Keith electric A/C installed which is a pretty significant weight. It also has the Nayak long range fuel tanks installed which are more weight.

Pretty rare to see one with a crew door and a cargo door, not to mention the straight wing tips.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1978 Navajo Panther Conversion (430W, TAS 600, XM, F
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I was doing some flight planning for an upcoming trip. Here are the stats for the Navajo nonstop from AZ to PA using a nice tailwind.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1978 Navajo Panther Conversion (430W, TAS 600, XM, F
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Price reduced to $299,000. Ad updated to reflect 11/2017 annual inspection.

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