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G-Meter Needed (2-1/4" Hole)

bjkirby2000

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I am redoing the panel on the Smith and am in need of some insstruments. I need a mechanical (not the digital) accelerometer and a 3 in 1 (OP, OT, FP). If you have them laying around and can stand to part with them, let me know The airplane has no electric.

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I think I have the g meter ill check when I get home. I'm going flying or should I say freezing. It's a balmy 22 degrees at the moment
 

bjkirby2000

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I've left messages for GMann and the fella in Colorado. Waiting for the bite back!

Rain for the weekend. Might pull the panel - might not... It so terribly needs an update!


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Well I can agree yours needs an update but I also see yours; like mine, has about half the space you need! What do I see in the lower left, is that a volt/amp meter from EI? If so do you like it. I have the dual amp/volt meter from them waiting to get mounted later this winter.

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The ones on the left are EI's Fuel scan and EGT/CHT. I'm hoping to fit those, ALT, AS. TACH, OT/OP and a Fuel pressure and the enunciator light all in he panel. It's 6" top to bottom.

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