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 Post subject: Question about WAAS upgrade on G1000 in a G36
PostPosted: 05 Jul 2013, 07:33 
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I have had the service #1 upgrade done on the G1000 which gives me vertical navigation detail. At the time another G36 was having the #2 service upgrade beside my a/c which includes WAAS. To my knowledge the update software for the units was identical. If so, can I buy a WAAS aerial and a WAAS GPS module to convert it to WAAS and will Garmin supply these parts? Any feedback would be appreciated. :scratch:


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 Post subject: Re: Question about WAAS upgrade on G1000 in a G36
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There are 3 options.
Opt 1 only requires software. Opt 2 is software and the replacement of the the 2 GIA-63's and the 2 GPS antennas. This is WAAS with no VNAV. Opt 3 requires software, the replacement of the 2 GIA-63's, 2 GPS antennas and the GDU and gives you WAAS with VNAV.
You buy the Garmin stuff from Garmin and the STC from Beechcraft. Google SB 34-3926 for more information.


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There are 3 options.
Opt 1 only requires software. Opt 2 is software and the replacement of the the 2 GIA-63's and the 2 GPS antennas. This is WAAS with no VNAV. Opt 3 requires software, the replacement of the 2 GIA-63's, 2 GPS antennas and the GDU and gives you WAAS with VNAV.
You buy the Garmin stuff from Garmin and the STC from Beechcraft. Google SB 34-3926 for more information.

Thanks Jeff, but I was querying whether the software for option 1and 2 is the same. My understanding is that is the same, but I would like confirmation that it is the same. Thanks Rob


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 Post subject: Re: Question about WAAS upgrade on G1000 in a G36
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If they were both the same why have different numbers?


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They arent the same:
Option 1 is non waas software load
Option 2 is changing out GIA63s to GIA63Ws and a different software load.

Each option give you more features. You have to determine feature to $$$ value.


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 Post subject: Re: Question about WAAS upgrade on G1000 in a G36
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And I think you can do VNAV (non coupled) (path drawn)with option 2 but there is no key on the GDU.


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 Post subject: Re: Question about WAAS upgrade on G1000 in a G36
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Hello Everyone,
The software load for this is going to be the same part number, it's simply a different option when loading the main system software. In this case if you select that you have WAAS enabled GIA's it will have different GIA and GPS software loaded to accommodate the units.

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 Post subject: Re: Question about WAAS upgrade on G1000 in a G36
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What is the approximate total cost for each of these three options for a stock 2007 G36 Bonanza?

My Garmin Aera 796 with GDL-39 has WAAS already, right?

So what is the value of the WAAS upgrade in the G1000 too?

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There are 3 options.
Opt 1 only requires software. Opt 2 is software and the replacement of the the 2 GIA-63's and the 2 GPS antennas. This is WAAS with no VNAV. Opt 3 requires software, the replacement of the 2 GIA-63's, 2 GPS antennas and the GDU and gives you WAAS with VNAV.
You buy the Garmin stuff from Garmin and the STC from Beechcraft. Google SB 34-3926 for more information.


My 2006 G36 came with Option 3 already done by the previous owner. I seem to recall it cost about $10,000.


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 Post subject: Re: Question about WAAS upgrade on G1000 in a G36
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There are 3 options.
Opt 1 only requires software. Opt 2 is software and the replacement of the the 2 GIA-63's and the 2 GPS antennas. This is WAAS with no VNAV. Opt 3 requires software, the replacement of the 2 GIA-63's, 2 GPS antennas and the GDU and gives you WAAS with VNAV.
You buy the Garmin stuff from Garmin and the STC from Beechcraft. Google SB 34-3926 for more information.


My 2006 G36 came with Option 3 already done by the previous owner. I seem to recall it cost about $10,000.



I think you are wrong by about $30,000.

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I was told that opt 3 upgrade from 1 would be 60000


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Get another quote elsewhere.


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 Post subject: Re: Question about WAAS upgrade on G1000 in a G36
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#2 18,000.00 range. To upgrade to #3 from #2 6,800.00. SVT add 12,000.00 that should be ballpark.


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 Post subject: Re: Question about WAAS upgrade on G1000 in a G36
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I'd like to clarify the comment from Garmin. Options 2 and 3 utilize the same software (858.05 WAAS) and as noted above option 3 modifies the MFD to add a button to allow en-route VNAV coupling. Option 1 installs a completely different software version (464.17 NON WAAS). I don't do any of the pricing but if you have additional questions concerning the kits for this modification feel free to contact me directly.


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 Post subject: Re: Question about WAAS upgrade on G1000 in a G36
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I was told that opt 3 upgrade from 1 would be 60000


I went back and found the receipt for Option 3 upgrade done by the previous owner in 2009. It was close to $45,000 in 2009.


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