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Cessna 172 gets ADS-B, Engine monitor, and new GPS

Our customer wanted to get ahead of the rush of the ADS-B rush for the US mandate. At the same time he opted to upgrade some of his other avionics.
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The nicest Cessna 150 ever!

1966 Cessna 150G. This started out as a typical worn out aircraft but is now truly the nicest and best equipped Cessna 150 in the world!
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Cessna 206 Makeover

Aaron, his wife Rhonda, and their active family needed an aircraft to get them all around. They decided on the versatile C206 and found one that fit the bill in the U.S.
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Cessna 182 Super Sealane Floatplane

Our customer wanted a great floatplane so that he and his family could fly and enjoy the plentiful amount of lakes in British Columbia...
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Cessna 172 – IFR Trainer goes Glass

The Cessna 172 Skyhawk was first flown in 1955 and since then, over 43,000 have been built, more than any other aircraft. In 1986 production of the piston-engine aircraft was discontinued due to liability costs and, after passage of the General Aviation Revitalization Act of 1994, Cessna resumed production...
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Cessna 205 Re-Make

This 1963 Cessna 205, is commonly mistaken for the Cessna 210 or 206. The Cessna 210-5 or 205, is known as the “SUV of the air”. This Skywagon is a 6 seater, with fixed landing gear and a very distinctive cowling. Cessna only ever made 576 of these unique aircraft in starting...
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Beechcraft Baron

Long time friend and customer of Maxcraft, Dr. Milton Reskovich, recently upgraded his panel in his 1981 Beechcraft Baron. Milton had invested in a modern avionics suite years back in his Bonanza and was used to the IFR capabilities it provided. He went looking for....
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Beechcraft J-35 Bonanza

Today we’ll look at a particularly nice Beechcraft from just across the border in Washington State. When our client purchased this J-35 Bonanza it was already a head-turner. The overall condition of the aircraft was absolutely pristine, and the previous owner...
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Cessna 185 Firefighting

This C185 is destined for firefighting work this summer as a lead-plane, also known as a spotter or a bird-dog
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Cessna 182 Float Conversion

While our Avionic upgrades for this Cessna 182 are relatively minimalist, they are accompanied by several major mechanical and structural modifications performed by Seaplanes West Inc...
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Glasair Glastar with Garmin G3X touch

This project is somewhat unusual in that it involves the direct transplant of several avionic systems from one aircraft to another. The two aircraft involved are a Glasair Glastar and a Cessna 175. Avionics which are suitable for certified aircraft are being removed from the home-built Glastar to be installed in the C175..."
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Cessna 175 with aspen EFD 1000

This project is somewhat unusual in that it involves the direct transplant of several avionic systems from one aircraft to another. The two aircraft involved are a Glasair Glastar and a Cessna 175. Avionics which are suitable for certified aircraft are being removed from the home-built Glastar to be installed in the C175..."
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Cessna 182 with Canada's First L3 Lynx

It's been just four months since L3 unveiled its new low-cost ADS-B solution, the L3 'Lynx'. Today, Maxcraft has the privilege of performing the very first Lynx installation in Canada (and one of the first few in the world). The L3 Lynx NGT-9000 is an ADS-B touchscreen transponder and multi-function display. With ADS-B in, FIS-B..."
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Cessna 172, Garmin G500/GTN650 Training Aircraft

The world of civil aviation is in the middle of an undeniable and accelerating transition towards glass panel cockpits. Consistently falling equipment costs combined with the competitive influence of every new adopter, points to glass panel avionics soon being the norm rather than the exception. This will happen sooner than you think. The big question for many flight schools is not whether to upgrade -- it's whether to upgrade now, or later.
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Cessna 152 Trainer

This completely rebuilt 152 panel is part of a comprehensive training fleet solution for Montair, an internationally accredited flight school specializing in training eventual airline pilots. Montair is one of the few schools around the world to...
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Cessna 172 G500 and GTN 750

This 172 received a somewhat more substantial avionics package than what is usually found in aircraft of the same size. Indeed, the G500 and GTN750 combination is one which we typically install in slightly larger and twin-engine aircraft.
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Cessna 172 IFR Glass Panel Upgrade

Our client for this install was one Mr. Fred Carey, a volunteer with CASARA, the Civilian Air Search and Rescue Association: a national volunteer organization funded by the Department of National Defense. Its volunteers provide air search assistance to...
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Cessna 182P

Featuring Maxcraft’s own Cessna 182P which is used regularly by Maxcraft’s, founder, president, and general manager: Daryl MacIntosh...
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Beechcraft Bonanza

A long-time friend and repeat customer of MaxCraft Avioncis...
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Cessna 182M

This EFD-1000’s eventual destination turned out to be C-FSLL
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Murphy Moose
Murphy Moose

A homebuilt Murphy Moose kit-plane with extensive Garmin equipment installations, and more...
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Cessna 182T
Cessna 182T

Cessna 182T with Garmin GTS 800 Traffic System...
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Piper Archer II
Piper Archer II

During May 2012 a complete restoration process for Abbotsford Flying Club’s 1977 Piper Cherokee Archer II began. Upgrades included a new digital avionics suite, a complete new paint job, a new (zero-time) engine, all new leather seats & upholstery, and new windows...
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Cessna 182Q
Cessna 182Q

The Cessna 182Q was outfitted with a JP Instruments EDM 930 digital engine monitor, replacing standard engine gauges with an abundant source of more accurate information on a glass display... Read More

Piper Malibu

This Piper received a new Garmin G500 glass panel fight display system with synthetic vision and a GAD43 Gyro Adapter interfaced to the existing autopilot system...
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Mooney Panel
Mooney

A 1980 Mooney M20K has received a modern refit, with the new avionics package, flight instrument panel, Garmin G500 glass, engine monitor, and custom interior...
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Cessna 177 Cardinal

The owners of this Cesssna 177B Cardinal decided to replace mechanical gyro's, outdated VFR GPS and a failing multi-function display with an Aspen Primary Flight Display (EFD Pro 1000) and a Garmin
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