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 Post subject: FS: various equipment removed from my F33A during upgrades
PostPosted: 26 Apr 2021, 19:18 
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Edit: Added asking prices and a note about voltage.
Edit2: Updating sold status as we go.


All of the following has been removed from my plane in the last 1.25 years or so, as part of a series of upgrades, and in one case because I simply asked for removal. I’ll just mention the items, and if you’re interested in any of them, PM me and I’ll give you whatever additional details I can, plus photo(s) if desired.

Note that these came from a 1974 F33A, 12V. For those items that are electrical, some are 12V/24V, some are not, so keep this in mind.

  • PS Engineering PAV 80 entertainment system. Includes the head unit that goes in the panel, 2 remote screens (PVT 801) for the rear passengers to enjoy DVD movies or whatnot, PVA 802 amplifier for the avionics shelf in the back of the plane, a remote control, and all the cabling/trays/etc. that got pulled out as part of the uninstall. The system is complete and operational as far as I know. One of the screen mounts is missing because it was screwed/glued to the back of a seat so permanently that it had to be essentially ripped off. $350
  • Left Bendix magneto with ignition harness, BL-349350-4, removed at 432 hours. $350 *SOLD*
  • Mechanical round-dial (3.25”) altimeter, Beechcraft-branded, United Instruments part 5934-A66. $325
  • Mechanical round-dial (3.25”) VSI, Beechcraft-branded (scale to plus/minus 4kft/min), United Instruments part 7040-B4 (or maybe -84…it’s hard to make out). $100
  • Mechanical round-dial (3.25”) ASI, Beechcraft-branded (for Beech F33A, Vne of 196KIAS), United Instruments part 8025-13. $200
  • Trans-Cal SSD120 solid-state altitude encoder. $100
  • Aspen EWR50 XM datalink weather receiver. $1,000
  • Mechanical round-dial (3.25”) vacuum-driven attitude gyro with autopilot attitude output. Century model 1U367. $600
  • Mechanical round-dial (2.25”) instrument air (vacuum) gauge, Beechcraft-branded (top of range is 6.5”Hg, green range is 4.25-6.00”Hg). Airborne Mfg. Co. model 1G8-34. $50 *SOLD*
  • 2 x mechanical round-dial (2.25”) fuel quantity gauge, Beechcraft-branded (with typical Bonanza yellow band to 1/3 level). Hickok Electrical Inst. Co. P/N A-1156-11, Beech P/N 58-3800050-11. $200
  • Insight GEM610 engine analyzer, P/N 610-001. No probes, just the unit. $225 *SOLD*
  • E.I. digital tachometer, model R-1-6, primary replacement. No sensor, just the unit. $125 *SOLD*
  • E.I. FP-5 fuel flow/pressure/totalizer. No transducer, just the unit. $200
  • Beechcraft mechanical engine instrument cluster, square unit with 4 dials: cylinder temperature, oil temperature, amps, and oil pressure. Edo/Aire model I69AU-WWL and P/N IU305-002, Beech P/N 36-380021-1. I'm pretty sure this is a 12V-only unit. $150
  • Beechcraft mechanical round-dial (3.25”) combination manifold pressure and fuel flow gauge. This is the IO-550 version with fuel flow redline at 19.5PSI/27gph. United Instruments part 6331. $125 *SOLD*


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 Post subject: Re: FS: various equipment removed from my F33A during upgrad
PostPosted: 26 Apr 2021, 19:26 
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PM sent.
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 Post subject: Re: FS: various equipment removed from my F33A during upgrad
PostPosted: 26 Apr 2021, 20:14 
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 Post subject: Re: FS: various equipment removed from my F33A during upgrad
PostPosted: 26 Apr 2021, 20:16 
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Oh no, I have to research prices for all these in advance? Ugh! :)

OK let me put some numbers together and I'll update the post. It will take me some time, though. Sorry not to have followed the rules.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: various equipment removed from my F33A during upgrad
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I'll take the MP/FF Gauge. Email sent.
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 Post subject: Re: FS: various equipment removed from my F33A during upgrad
PostPosted: 14 Jun 2021, 20:04 
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EDIT: Removing sold items.

I'll bump this thread once, in case there's any interest in the remaining items. Here's the list of what's left. Prices reduced and I'll accept any reasonable offers. Next step is to decide whether it's worth posting these elsewhere, vs. just throwing it all in the trash.

  • PS Engineering PAV 80 entertainment system. Includes the head unit that goes in the panel, 2 remote screens (PVT 801) for the rear passengers to enjoy DVD movies or whatnot, PVA 802 amplifier for the avionics shelf in the back of the plane, a remote control, and all the cabling/trays/etc. that got pulled out as part of the uninstall. The system is complete and operational as far as I know. One of the screen mounts is missing because it was screwed/glued to the back of a seat so permanently that it had to be essentially ripped off. $275
  • Mechanical round-dial (3.25”) altimeter, Beechcraft-branded, United Instruments part 5934-A66. $250
  • Mechanical round-dial (3.25”) VSI, Beechcraft-branded (scale to plus/minus 4kft/min), United Instruments part 7040-B4 (or maybe -84…it’s hard to make out). $75
  • Mechanical round-dial (3.25”) ASI, Beechcraft-branded (for Beech F33A, Vne of 196KIAS), United Instruments part 8025-13. $150
  • Trans-Cal SSD120 solid-state altitude encoder. $75
  • Aspen EWR50 XM datalink weather receiver. $900
  • Mechanical round-dial (3.25”) vacuum-driven attitude gyro with autopilot attitude output. Century model 1U367. $500
  • 2 x mechanical round-dial (2.25”) fuel quantity gauge, Beechcraft-branded (with typical Bonanza yellow band to 1/3 level). Hickok Electrical Inst. Co. P/N A-1156-11, Beech P/N 58-3800050-11. $150
  • E.I. FP-5 fuel flow/pressure/totalizer. No transducer, just the unit. $175
  • Beechcraft mechanical engine instrument cluster, square unit with 4 dials: cylinder temperature, oil temperature, amps, and oil pressure. Edo/Aire model I69AU-WWL and P/N IU305-002, Beech P/N 36-380021-1. I'm pretty sure this is a 12V-only unit. $100


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 Post subject: Re: FS: various equipment removed from my F33A during upgrad
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