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 Post subject: FS: 2008 Cirrus SR22TN Turbonormalized 1300hrs
PostPosted: 18 Oct 2021, 18:49 
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Location: Kingston, NY (20N)
Aircraft: 1985 Bonanza F33A
Meticulously maintained Cirrus G3 Tornado Alley Turbo Fully Loaded and upgraded with Perspective software version 0764.37 and ADS-B Out. This is one of the safest, most efficient business/personal aircraft and can cruise up to 25,000 feet and 215 KTAS (206 KTAS @ 17,000ft, 185 KTAS @ 10,000ft). This Cirrus Turbo has been setup by Jim Barker, the Cirrus Turbo expert, for proper fuel flow, manifold pressure, and oil pressure along with wastegate rigging to maintain proper operation and EGT/TIT temps for reliability and longevity. Always hangered with low engine and flying hours with no known damage history. Finally, the aircraft just went through an extensive annual in 2021 (see list below) with many calendar time items serviced and replacement of many turbocharger system hoses, linkages, bolts, etc. that wear. This has been maintained to the highest standards and is a true turn key aircraft… ready for its new owner with a 948 lbs useful load!

$484,000

N948EA 2008 Cirrus Generation 3 SR22TN S/N 3152
• Tornado Alley Turbonormalized system
• GTS Package
• TKS Deice system
• Built-in Oxygen System
• Continental IO550 Platinum Engine
• Usable Fuel Capacity: 92 gallons
• Empty Weight – 2451.7lbs
• Useful Load – 948.3lbs

Airframe: 1577 SNEW (flight hour meter)
Engine: 1302 SNEW – Continental IO-550-N
Propeller: 30 SMOH – Hartzell PHC-J3YF-1N Scimitar

Max Gross Takeoff Weight: 3400 lbs
Basic Empty Weight: 2451 lbs
Useful Load: 948 lbs
Empty CG: 139.75

General:
Aircraft hangared at Kingston Ulster Airport (20N) in Kingston, NY. Always kept in a hangar, and is in pristine cosmetic condition
No Known Damage History
Cirrus Authorized Service Center maintenance history
Annual inspection due 5/2022
Complete logbooks available for download upon request
IFR certification due 5/2023
ELT due 7/2028
CAPS Line cutters due 11/2026
All AD’s in compliance
Engine compressions at 5/2021 annual inspection: 68/69/70/71/70/73 Master orifice 44/80

Recent Maintenance:
Propeller overhaul 2021 ($8k)
Prop Governor overhaul 2021 ($1.6k)
#1 Alternator 2021 ($600)
#2 Alternator 500hr overhaul 2021 ($1.6k)
Replaced #2 Battery ($300)
Cirrus Perspective servo and magnetometer checks 2021 ($600)
Engine ignition harness 2021 ($700)
Electric Fuel Pump 2021 ($2k)
CAPS Line Cutters 2021($1.6k)
AMSafe Airbag Replacement 2021 ($2.1k)
Brake Rotors and Pads 2021 ($600)
Left Exhaust Manifold Dec 2020
Left vband clamp Dec 2020
TOP Overhaul 2015 @ 744 flight hours

Standard and Optional Equipment:
Cirrus Airframe Parachute System™ (CAPS™)
Airbag Seatbelts (Front Seats)
Single Movement Power Lever
Dual Side Yoke
Hartzell 3-Blade Lightweight Composite Propeller
Advanced Wheel Fairings
Tanis Engine Pre-Heater
Tinted Rear Windows
USB Power Ports

Garmin Perspective G1000 Avionics Suite
- 12'' LCD PFD with airspeed, altitude, vertical speed, HSI w/ Perspective modes, turn, bank, and side slip, NAV/COM frequencies indication and AP annunciation
- 12” LCD MFD with Navigation, Weather, Crew Alerting System, Engine Management System
- Dual GIA 63W Nav/Com/ILS/WAAS GPS
- Dual GRS 77 Attitude and Heading Reference Systems (AHRS)
- Single GDC 74A digital air-data computer (ADC)
- EngineView engine and fuel monitoring
- Garmin ESP (Electronic Stability and Protection)
- Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT)
- Garmin SafeTaxi
- Garmin ChartView (Powered by Jeppesen)
- Garmin GFC-700 Integrated Automatic Flight Control System (AFCS) with flight director, altitude preselect, vertical speed, speed hold, flight level change, electric trim, level (LVL) function, electronic stability protection (ESP), and control wheel steering
- GTX 33ES ADS-B Out transponder
- Garmin GDL 69A datalink receiver for XM weather and radio (with remote control unit)
- Garmin GMA-347 Audio Panel
- Active Traffic System
- Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System (TAWS-B)
406 MHz ELT
Updated POH (2018)


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 2008 Cirrus SR22TN Turbonormalized 1300hrs
PostPosted: 21 Oct 2021, 20:18 
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Geoffrey, Nice looking airplane. Some things I did not see in the write-up:
When was the chute repack done?,
Is the airplane air conditioned?
Is Cirrus transition training included in the sale?
Your write up says ADSB In and Out, but you only show the GTX 33ES ADSB-Out. What gives you ADSB-In?
Thanks, Mark


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 2008 Cirrus SR22TN Turbonormalized 1300hrs
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Location: Kingston, NY (20N)
Aircraft: 1985 Bonanza F33A
Chute was repacked in 2018

Plane does not have air conditioning

This is a private sale, so no transition training included

This plane is ADSB out only. I’ve corrected the ad, thanks for the catch.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 2008 Cirrus SR22TN Turbonormalized 1300hrs
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Aircraft: ISP Eagle II SR22 g2
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Chute was repacked in 2018

Plane does not have air conditioning

This is a private sale, so no transition training included

This plane is ADSB out only. I’ve corrected the ad, thanks for the catch.


Pretty sure that if you buy a used cirrus and never received transition training, cirrus will pay for your training with a CSIP.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 2008 Cirrus SR22TN Turbonormalized 1300hrs
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Aircraft: 1967 Debonair C33A
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Pretty sure that if you buy a used cirrus and never received transition training, cirrus will pay for your training with a CSIP.


Correct. It's the Cirrus Embark program. They don't care where you bought it - they'll provide factory training both in the plane and through their online course. And it's free. There's limit to one owner per aircraft purchased.

https://cirrusaircraft.com/embark/


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 2008 Cirrus SR22TN Turbonormalized 1300hrs
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Thanks for the update guys.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 2008 Cirrus SR22TN Turbonormalized 1300hrs
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I did not know that. Thank you.


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