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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1970 Beechcraft V35B (TN, AC, G500, 750, 650, MVP-50
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Can someone share with me the AVG annual and a V tail in this vintage and usual MX costs in a bird like this? Owned 2 Cirrus and now looking for a new plane. Curious on MX since never owned a BC.


About $5-10k a year. Depending on where you are and how you/your mechanics approach things. Flat fee annual inspection ranges from $2.5k to $4k depending on shops. Fixing squawks is on top of that.

These are CA prices. Maybe on the high side compare to other States ... :sad:

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1970 Beechcraft V35B (TN, AC, G500, 750, 650, MVP-50
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I have a ‘69. My last annual was 4K. But we did A lot of maintenance and it was with a new IA. My usual has been in the 2k range. With my IA the base annual is 1800 for a TN plane 2400. This is in East Tennessee once you get them dialed in the cost is not bad.



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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1970 Beechcraft V35B (TN, AC, G500, 750, 650, MVP-50
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Wow, that is a long range airplane. Did I figure it correct that with full fuel the payload is 471 lbs? I weigh over 210 so with full fuel two persons and baggage, or go with partial fuel. (might be time for me to go on a diet)


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1970 Beechcraft V35B (TN, AC, G500, 750, 650, MVP-50
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I have a ‘69. My last annual was 4K. But we did A lot of maintenance and it was with a new IA. My usual has been in the 2k range. With my IA the base annual is 1800 for a TN plane 2400. This is in East Tennessee once you get them dialed in the cost is not bad.



Thanks,


Also curious, how do you usually run it? LOP/ROP? My research shows that it can cruise at 170Kts easy. Is that normal? FPH on Avg on what you normally fly it at?

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I true 165-168kts at 8-10k between 11-13 GPH LOP.

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1970 Beechcraft V35B (TN, AC, G500, 750, 650, MVP-50
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Also curious, how do you usually run it? LOP/ROP? My research shows that it can cruise at 170Kts easy. Is that normal? FPH on Avg on what you normally fly it at?


A TN550 is easily a 185 knots aircraft, even at lower altitudes. LOP would be around 16.5 gph at any altitude for a TN550.

I have a TN520. This is what I usually got :eek: Imagine what a TN550 can do ! If you want speed you have it in TN V35Bs !


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Also curious, how do you usually run it? LOP/ROP? My research shows that it can cruise at 170Kts easy. Is that normal? FPH on Avg on what you normally fly it at?


Sal,

Like Jax said above, this is a TN V35B so it will be considerably faster than a normally-aspirated V35B up at higher altitudes. In the mid to high teens this is a 190 to 200 knot airplane on 16 to 17 gallons per hour.

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Wow, that is a long range airplane. Did I figure it correct that with full fuel the payload is 471 lbs? I weigh over 210 so with full fuel two persons and baggage, or go with partial fuel. (might be time for me to go on a diet)


Doug,

Full fuel in N481S means that you are filling the tip tanks and thus, will have 114 gallons at your disposal. Most people, on most flights, will not be flying with 114 gallons on board. If you just fill the main tanks, you have 711 pounds to play with for people and bags. And that is enough for a 2.5 to 3 hour flight (not counting 45 to 60 minutes of reserves).

The tip tanks give you a choice to go far (or tanker gas) and only have 471 pounds of people and bags or you can leave fuel behind and carry more people and bags and fly a more reasonable distance.

Keep in mind that 114 gallons will allow you to fly 5 to 6 hours with a 1 hour reserve. Most passengers won't want to fly that long for a variety of reasons.

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Also curious, how do you usually run it? LOP/ROP? My research shows that it can cruise at 170Kts easy. Is that normal? FPH on Avg on what you normally fly it at?


A TN550 is easily a 185 knots aircraft, even at lower altitudes. LOP would be around 16.5 gph at any altitude for a TN550.

I have a TN520. This is what I usually got :eek: Imagine what a TN550 can do ! If you want speed you have it in TN V35Bs !

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A TN550 with the WWIII and Rammer mod can push a bit more fuel. About 17.0 on the low side to 18.0 on the high. Mine is in the 190s in the mid teens and picks up to over 200 once you get above 15k, depending on the temperature.

I've found that speeds are very sensitive to weight. If you go out at 3600lbs, you'll be below that until you burn some fuel off. I set my Garmin Pilot performance model up to account for that by using a percentage decrement based on weight.

They do scoot no matter what, though. If you've got a clean airframe, they are VERY hard to catch by anything except a turbo Mooney or Cirrus of some kind.

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I heard this one went under contract! Someone is getting a great airplane with all the hard stuff done!


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N481S is sold as of today. Congratulations to the new owner! I am proud to call him a friend and I know he is going to take this great plane and make her even better. I'll let him divulge those details in due time but it will be fun to watch from the cheap seats!

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