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 Post subject: FS: **REDUCED $455K** 2001 B36 BONANZA TORNADO ALLEY TURBO
PostPosted: 31 Oct 2019, 13:27 
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Hi everyone, I recently upgraded to a KingAir C90 and after much deliberation, I've decided to part with my beloved Bonanza. N189F is a 2001 B36 with the latest and greatest TAT TN WhirlWind3 system. The plane is hangared at my home base KCCR in Concord, CA. I've owned the plane since July 1st 2015 and since then I've done nothing but lavish love and attention and $$$ on this wonderful airplane. The highest maintenance standards (100 hour inspections, immediately repairing or replacing anything needed as normal squawks were discovered along the way and oil changes with Blackstone Labs analysis every 25-35 hours).

In August 2017 Tornado Alley Turbo, Inc. replaced the factory turbo charged 520UB engine with a RAM overhauled 550B (overhauled on 6.5.17) and a Tornado Alley Turbo Normalized Whirlwind System. This setup includes new exhaust, GAMI Injectors and the new Rammer II Intercooler with Ram Air Scoop Duct, drastically cooling the operating temperatures, reducing back pressure and boosting performance. D'Shannon engine baffle kit and numerous other upgrades include factory Air Conditioning, factory largest 98 cu ft O2 system, standby B&N alternator, Concorde gel battery with Battery Minder quick connect/disconnect charger and conditioner, G&D Aero window inserts for sound and environmental insulation, newly covered glare shield and Rosen sun visors.

N189F has a highly-upgraded panel with a G500, GTN 750, GTN 650, Garmin Remote Audio Panel, GTX 345 transponder with ADS-B in/out, Mid-Continent SAM backup flight instrument, Insight G4 Graphic Engine Monitor, Aerospace Logic Digital Fuel Gauge with CiES Digital Fuel Gauges, Garmin Area 796 panel mounted portable and Alpha Systems Angle of Attack. It has other nice features like Bose power jacks in all 6 seats, USB outlets, etc.

AIRFRAME: 1610 TT
ENGINE: 230 SFRM – Continental IO-550-B (Factory rebuilt 6/2017)
PROPELLER: 704 SPOH – Hartzell Model: PHC-C3YF-1 S/N:EE5283B
MAX GROSS TAKEOFF WEIGHT: 4042 pounds
BASIC EMPTY WEIGHT: 2857 pounds
USEFUL LOAD: 1185 pounds
USABLE FUEL CAPACITY: 102 gallons
EMPTY CG: 79.10 inches

Price is reduced to $455,000.

Please message me through BT or email anytime to discuss this incredible B36 Bonanza. I have attached a few amateur pictures and can add more if desire. I have also attached a pdf of more expanded features and specs. Thank you!
Tim
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 Post subject: Re: FS: 2001 B36 BONANZA TORNADO ALLEY TURBO ~ N189F
PostPosted: 31 Oct 2019, 13:42 
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Nice plane
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 Post subject: Re: FS: 2001 B36 BONANZA TORNADO ALLEY TURBO ~ N189F
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Thanks, neat story for those BT'ers...
Back in 2015, I was looking on the market for a long time through the typical avenues for a B36TC. I had considered several options but never felt they were exactly what I was seeking. I sent a message out on BT, describing my dream plane, asking for the communities help in possible assisting me in finding it. Not shortly after, BT's own Doug Jackson sent me a message informing me that, although he honestly wasn't sure about selling, he might own what I am looking for. After a few month of getting to know each other and discussing his bird, the sale was finalized. It truly was a dream come true as N189F was in my opinion the perfect Bonanza. Thank you Doug and thank you BeechTalk! I have since added a few options that in my opinion make it a contender as one of the nicest B36s in the air as well as one of the most supreme single engine's available on the market.
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 Post subject: Re: FS: 2001 B36 BONANZA TORNADO ALLEY TURBO ~ N189F
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Thanks for the kind words Tim! I have a lot of fond memories of that plane. It took me all over the country and flew fantastically. I cant imagine how fun it is with the TAT upgrade. :bugeye:
Good luck with the sale, someone is going to get the ultimate piston plane here. :clap:

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 2001 B36 BONANZA TORNADO ALLEY TURBO ~ N189F
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I trained Tim for his instrument rating in this airplane. It’s a beautiful, turn key and fully loaded Bonanza, a real comfy air conditioned cross country IFR beast of a cruiser.

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 2001 B36 BONANZA TORNADO ALLEY TURBO ~ N189F
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I looked at the panel photo and it reflected 172TAS at 31goh.
Is that typical?


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 2001 B36 BONANZA TORNADO ALLEY TURBO ~ N189F
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Autopilot?


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 2001 B36 BONANZA TORNADO ALLEY TURBO ~ N189F
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Looks like it has a KFC225 (control panel above the 750) with GPSS interface (mode selector left of G500 display).


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 2001 B36 BONANZA TORNADO ALLEY TURBO ~ N189F
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Autopilot?

you can see a kfc225 in the pictures


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 2001 B36 BONANZA TORNADO ALLEY TURBO ~ N189F
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I looked at the panel photo and it reflected 172TAS at 31goh.
Is that typical?


That would be ROP after level off as the plane is accelerating and before the “big pull”. This plane will do 190-200 kts on 15-17gph depending on altitude.

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 2001 B36 BONANZA TORNADO ALLEY TURBO ~ N189F
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So sorry about the failure to mention autopilot. Yes, KFC225. With the Tornado Alley, I saw a 10-15kt increase at altitudes. I have constantly run LOP (even with the TC Factory) and consistently and smoothly achieve about 15.8-17 GPH in cruise. Additionally, my CHTs are much cooler with the TAT conversion than with the factory TC. I have attached a few typical pictures of my CHTs and TAS. In the original panel picture I posted, it was lower altitude and before the LOP pull. Not a great picture to show off the speed....
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 Post subject: Re: FS: 2001 B36 BONANZA TORNADO ALLEY TURBO ~ N189F
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Also wanted to add that there is a pdf as an attachment to the original post that has more expanded details (autopilot, inspections, etc....). Hope this helps.
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 Post subject: Re: FS: 2001 B36 BONANZA TORNADO ALLEY TURBO ~ N189F
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That is truly my perfect plane. If only it fell into my budget.
Beautiful Aircraft !

Now I need to stop dreaming and get back to reality.


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So sorry about the failure to mention autopilot. Yes, KFC225.
Thanks
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Thanks Tim I missed that as I am only familiar with the new digital autopilots from Garmin and Avidyne. With the rest of those bells and whistles in that panel, does the KFC225 function like the digital autopilots from Garmin and Avidyne etc.?

It is a beauty of a plane. We have been looking at different types of airplanes for when the kids gets bigger.


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Hi Roger,
I am not going to speak as the expert on the KFC225 or the Digitals but I can tell you from a simple pilots perspective, the KFC225 integrates as I've needed with both the GTN750/650 and the G500. When in NAV & HDG mode, the A/P tracks routes on rails and the G500 controls the HDG bug. As far as APR mode, it flies the selected approach with extreme accuracy and responsiveness, regardless of type of approach. The G500 illustrates glide slope, vertical tracks, course, etc. With the current setup, the KFC225 is used to altitude select and when you do so, it does not automatically change such on the G500. So you would have to select altitude on the KFC225 and then for agreement, dial in the same altitude by hand on the G500. So that would be the only feature that I find is lacking however, it is minor and I understand that for some bucks you can upgrade so that the G500 Alt Select will slave to the KFC225. I just haven't found it worth the money. With further specific/technical questions, I would imagine this BT Community can respond much more intelligently than I. Overall it really tracks well, flies solid and straight and the digital and analog gear (what is left of it) work together very seamlessly and with precision.
Hope this helps,
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