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 Post subject: FS: 1978 Cessna C-340A With American Turbo ULTRAcooling
PostPosted: 10 Sep 2019, 21:12 
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It's my pleasure to offer a fine 1978 Cessna 340A With American Aviation ULTRA Cooling modification, and RAM VG Gross Weight Increase! It's been a fine flying aircraft, owner is ready to move to a Turbo Prop or Jet Aircraft, Trades considered.

Please see attached Specification sheet for additional details, high quality photos are included on the following link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1rBw8x ... Ztg5_yIqCY

Airframe Total Time: 3100
Engines:
Left: 230 SMOH
Right: 480 SMOH

Props:
Left: 230 SOH
Right: 230 SOH

Avionics

• Garmin G500 TXI w/ synthetic vision
• Garmin G5 Backup w/Battery
• GTX345 ADSB Transponder
• Garmin GMA347 Audio Panel
• Garmin GDL 69 XM Weather & Music
• ADS-B Weather and Traffic
• Avidyne IFD540 WAAS GPS
• Avidyne IFD440 WAAS GPS
• JPI Digital Engine Monitor
• Bendix Weather Radar
• Co-Pilot Attitude, Airspeed, and Altitude
• Cessna 400B Auto Pilot with GPSS
• Dual Panel Mounted USB Power Ports

Other Equipment

• Vortex Generators
• Gross Weight Increase STC
• GAMI Fuel Injectors
• American Intercooler Engine Performance Mod (Similar performance to RAM IV)
• Factory A/C, with new compressor
• Executive writing table
• Shadin Fuel Computer
• Deice Boots
• 3 Blade Hot Props
• Wired for Pilot Window Heat Plate
• 20 GAL Pilot Wing Locker Tank
• 184 GAL Fuel System

No Know Damage History
Increased Max Gross Weight 6340 LB Ramp, 6305 LB Takeoff
Aircraft Empty Weight 4524 LB
Aircraft Useful Load 1781 LB


Aircraft Offered at $249k


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1978 Cessna C-340A With American Turbo ULTRAcooling
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What is ULTRAcooling? I have been perusing airplanes a lot. Looking for the right one when our mission changes.
The Capex for my cirrus is more than this nice twin here. I looked for some historical flying on Flightaware to see where altitudes it likes etc. Wife would love to take her parents with us...but not sure how much that would happen? The kiddo is young now but will soon want to bring a friend or friends. We will be traveling with his baseball team in the future as well. I wouldn't bring a bunch of kids...don't want the lialbity...

but anyway, how fast is this plane? Fuel burns? The photos look nice, but on a scale of 1 to 10 how would you rate the interior and exterior of the plane? I am not familiar with the Cessna autopilots but absolutely adore my digital DFC90 autopilot. Will this autopilot do what I am used to? If not, is the GFC600 an option for the 340? Not having any twin or retract time is insurance going to kill me?


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1978 Cessna C-340A With American Turbo ULTRAcooling
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What is ULTRAcooling? I have been perusing airplanes a lot. Looking for the right one when our mission changes.
The Capex for my cirrus is more than this nice twin here. I looked for some historical flying on Flightaware to see where altitudes it likes etc. Wife would love to take her parents with us...but not sure how much that would happen? The kiddo is young now but will soon want to bring a friend or friends. We will be traveling with his baseball team in the future as well. I wouldn't bring a bunch of kids...don't want the lialbity...

but anyway, how fast is this plane? Fuel burns? The photos look nice, but on a scale of 1 to 10 how would you rate the interior and exterior of the plane? I am not familiar with the Cessna autopilots but absolutely adore my digital DFC90 autopilot. Will this autopilot do what I am used to? If not, is the GFC600 an option for the 340? Not having any twin or retract time is insurance going to kill me?


Fuel Burn at altitude is around 19GPH per side, higher for climb around 22 GPH per side.
The leather on the seats are new, the headliner is in great condition, the side walls look great (carpet covered). The floor carpets could use replacement (I have a guy in SLC who normally will do this around 1-1.5k) The 400B Autopilot works great, it's attitude source is the Garmin G500 TXI, if you want a newer Garmin AP the 600 is approved for this airplane as well as the STEC 3100.

Honest answer, I'm not sure, but if you have good total time I don't believe it would be all that bad. The best advise here is to shop your first year of insurance based on who gets you in for the least time requirements and shop the second year on price. I pay 3k, I had some twin time before hand in a retract airplane.

Check out this, (I can confirm we see numbers that are being shown on this page)



http://americanaviationinc.com/cessna-340414/


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1978 Cessna C-340A With American Turbo ULTRAcooling
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What is ULTRAcooling? I have been perusing airplanes a lot. Looking for the right one when our mission changes.
The Capex for my cirrus is more than this nice twin here. I looked for some historical flying on Flightaware to see where altitudes it likes etc. Wife would love to take her parents with us...but not sure how much that would happen? The kiddo is young now but will soon want to bring a friend or friends. We will be traveling with his baseball team in the future as well. I wouldn't bring a bunch of kids...don't want the lialbity...

but anyway, how fast is this plane? Fuel burns? The photos look nice, but on a scale of 1 to 10 how would you rate the interior and exterior of the plane? I am not familiar with the Cessna autopilots but absolutely adore my digital DFC90 autopilot. Will this autopilot do what I am used to? If not, is the GFC600 an option for the 340? Not having any twin or retract time is insurance going to kill me?


Fuel Burn at altitude is around 19GPH per side, higher for climb around 22 GPH per side.
The leather on the seats are new, the headliner is in great condition, the side walls look great (carpet covered). The floor carpets could use replacement (I have a guy in SLC who normally will do this around 1-1.5k) The 400B Autopilot works great, it's attitude source is the Garmin G500 TXI, if you want a newer Garmin AP the 600 is approved for this airplane as well as the STEC 3100.

Honest answer, I'm not sure, but if you have good total time I don't believe it would be all that bad. The best advise here is to shop your first year of insurance based on who gets you in for the least time requirements and shop the second year on price. I pay 3k, I had some twin time before hand in a retract airplane.

Check out this, (I can confirm we see numbers that are being shown on this page)



http://americanaviationinc.com/cessna-340414/


I was wondering what a 450b auto pilot was... :D

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1978 Cessna C-340A With American Turbo ULTRAcooling
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I was wondering what a 450b auto pilot was... :D


It's like a 400B but with solid state AHRS ;)

I've fixed the spec sheet.


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That's a beautiful plane. One of my all time favorites.

What would it take to get the hot plate working and would it then be FIKI?

Thanks.
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I believe it would be as simple as picking up a hotplate and have it installed. Wiring is right up to the window.


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That's a beautiful plane. One of my all time favorites.

What would it take to get the hot plate working and would it then be FIKI?

Thanks.
John


I don't believe you can make a Twin Cessna FIKI if it didn't leave the factory that way.... Even if two are equipped exactly the same, the non-factory equipped one can never be approved..


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I believe our Cessna 340 was one of the first or second years of factory FIKI 340's.

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I’ll trade you my Baron...


B55 Barons are great, I just parted ways with my old one and I do miss how sweet flying of an airplane it was. I think I'm fairly committed to moving to something that burns Jet A. But I feel like the market is good for selling a Baron now days, I did fairly well when I parted with my B55 (Never made a profit because I made that airplane like new, but didn't have to sell my house to part with it either)

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