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 Post subject: FS: G600 Citation 501SP
PostPosted: 02 Nov 2019, 21:09 
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Aircraft: MU-2, G44
1900 and 1330 remaining
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G600
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RVSM
Paint 8, interior and glass 9
12,500 gross weight, 9 belted seats, 1500lbs useful with full fuel.
350kts

$399k. Options include TXI and 750 upgrades.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: G600 Citation 501SP
PostPosted: 02 Nov 2019, 23:20 
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Aircraft: 1979 B55 Baron
Looks great, I bet this one will sell quick!


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 Post subject: Re: FS: G600 Citation 501SP
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Company: Sedan Floral, Inc.
Location: Sedan, KS
Aircraft: SR22, RV-7A, PT2-A
Where could a person find the fuel burn tables?

Thanks,

Jonathan

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 Post subject: Re: FS: G600 Citation 501SP
PostPosted: 03 Nov 2019, 13:36 
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Where could a person find the fuel burn tables?

Thanks,

Jonathan


120 up high, 150 block, 180-200 down low


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 Post subject: Re: FS: G600 Citation 501SP
PostPosted: 03 Nov 2019, 13:56 
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Location: Little Rock, Ar
Aircraft: B58 A36 C560
What is the aircraft total time? Which HT Blades are installed? How are the other engine component times?

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Robert


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 Post subject: Re: FS: G600 Citation 501SP
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What is the aircraft total time? Which HT Blades are installed? How are the other engine component times?

Thanks,
Robert


Not OC blades, nothing times out in the engines til next overhaul. TT 11,000.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: G600 Citation 501SP
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Thx. Nice looking airplane.

Robert


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 Post subject: Re: FS: G600 Citation 501SP
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Location: KMMU / Morristown, NJ
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Does the radar work? Does the RVSM cert transfer with the plane? Where is the airplane located?


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 Post subject: Re: FS: G600 Citation 501SP
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Does the radar work? Does the RVSM cert transfer with the plane? Where is the airplane located?


Plane sitting in my hangar in FL. Radar works great. Will have ADSB so no need for RVSM letters anymore.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: G600 Citation 501SP
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>120 up high, 150 block, 180-200 down low

How much does it hold?

What is reasonable no-wind range?

How bad is it at 17500 and 16500?

How fast is it at 17500 and 16500?


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 Post subject: Re: FS: G600 Citation 501SP
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>120 up high, 150 block, 180-200 down low

How much does it hold?

What is reasonable no-wind range?

How bad is it at 17500 and 16500?

How fast is it at 17500 and 16500?


565 gallons, throttled back 150 at 17500, 285 kts


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 Post subject: Re: FS: G600 Citation 501SP
PostPosted: 05 Nov 2019, 15:30 
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For fuel burn estimates... go to fltplan.com, set up an aircraft as a C501 and then do various "quickplan" at various altitudes to see the overall consumption.
Or set up a profile in Foreflight, skyvector...

Endurance profile does not buy you a lot. Best way to optimize flow it to reduce N1 to maintain the same cruise speed throughout cruise (since TAS will increase as the aircraft becomes lighter).

From the book, Max cruise thrust, ISA
15000ft, N1=95%, Fuel flow is 1463 pph
35000ft, N1=102%, fuel flow is 905 pph
41000ft, N1=102%, fuel flow is 686 pph

But planning 1200pph for the 1st hour, 1000pph for the rest usually is a close ball park for climb cruise FL290-FL350 and decent.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: G600 Citation 501SP
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1200, 800, 800, 600 usually works. Be on the ground at 3.5 hours. Down low, throttle back to 500-600 a side.

Mike


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 Post subject: Re: FS: G600 Citation 501SP
PostPosted: 06 Nov 2019, 14:18 
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Michael you are killing me with these Citation offers :bang:

Where is that phone number for TradeAPlane - need to put the For Sale ad in for the Duke. :scratch:

Maybe one of these days. :pray:

Have a Great Week


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 Post subject: Re: FS: G600 Citation 501SP
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Michael-
is the plane still for sale? If so can you PM the maintenance info? I really like the seating arrangement- do you know if there is an STC to convert the bar area behind the pilot seat into a standard seat? Also, why do they put that stupid looking barrel seat behind the co-pilot seat instead of a standard seat like this one has? I think for my purposes I would like one set up like yours but turn the middle seats around so that you have a club seating right in the front. I would then remove the back seats to use as a bigger baggage area. I typically travel with two bicycles and sometimes would like to travel with two couples and 4 bikes. Thanks for all of your postings about the Cessna 501SP- it has been inspiring and I am looking to possibly move up from my 421CW.

Michael Boyer
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