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 Post subject: Re: Flying the Epic LT
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That means you have a really great static port location! The TBM is a little over 200' in cruise.

Curious about how they got such a good location (I'm assuming it came from early flight testing), do you know if the port location has been the same throughout the life of the program, or have they changed the recommended location?

Interestingly, AEROMECH dId the Group STC for the Meridian, M500 and M600. Sounds like without modification the Garmin birds pretty much all pass. The static ports are on the belly, and delineated by these markers as the RVSM critical area. Pretty lucky, since the aircraft was not originally designed with RVSM in mind.


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