Elec_Turn_Gyro_01.jpg On the left is an Astro Instruments Turn and Slip
Elec_Turn_Gyro_02.jpg On the Right is a Brittain Industries Rate of Turn Indicator.
Elec_Turn_Gyro_03.jpg Yes, the one on the right is upside down.
Elec_Turn_Gyro_04.jpg This is the Astro, and it is $225 plus shipping.
Elec_Turn_Gyro_05.jpg This is the Britttain and it is $195 plus shipping.
Elec_Turn_Gyro_06.jpg Shipping the US, runs around $10.
Elec_Turn_Gyro_07.jpg The Astro came out of the Little Beast, and it performed without problems.
Elec_Turn_Gyro_08.jpg The Brittain came out of the Black Bird and was working perfectly when it was removed.
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VSI, Only 15 hours flying time. Removed from the Black Bird when I installed the Dynon. - $140
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The EGT/CHT is the only one of this group that I am prepared to sell right now. Gauge with both senders - $70. As best that I can calculate, this is half the price of new.
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I may sell these other instruments, but need to decide if I want to put them in the Black Bird, first.
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Altimiter - $125
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Westach Tach - $50
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Westach Fuel Gauge. Goes with the sender that is in the fuel tank. - $25
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Hobbs meter. This was installed in the rear bulkhead of the Little Beast. It was there because it is a different style and because it was much easier to get the reading after I have gotten out of the plane. - $10
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Very nice Pitot tube. It is a "heated" tube if you were to choose to connect up the heat wires. - Over $430 new, I will sell this for $200. You can probably make one for next to nothing, but if you want it, that is the price. You can get a new mounting bracket from Spruce for about $30.
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Forward deck with instrument panel built in to the aft part of it. Also has the fuel filler access in the proper place for this fuel tank. - $50
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Can sort of see the instrument panel here.
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Fuel line and drain line taps. This drain line crosses over the cutout, to pick up the low point on each side of it, for draining water from the tank. I later removed the lines and installed a marine filter and never had a water problem, but if you want drain lines, they are there.
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Flush fitting cap
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The tank went under this
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The radio cutout

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The deck with radio and transponder tray left in.
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Inside the deck, the blue foam was there as a buffer between the tank and the underside of the deck around the hole for the filler cap.