- 4-Cylinder, normally aspirated 118 HP engine (Lycoming O-235-L2C, carburetor).
- Fixed pitch 2-blade propeller.
- 90 knot cruise @ 75% power @ 4,500 ft. Service ceiling 10,500 ft.
- Day/Night VFR only certified.
- A solid aircraft for primary training.
- Good condition 8/10 interior, 6/10 exterior. Restored by McClellan Aviation Sept 2018.
- Rosen visors.
- Wired for conventional 2-plug headsets, both seats.
- ADS-B (out) compliant via GDL-82 receiver.
- A simple intercom.
- Garmin GPSmap 496 GPS. Database updated once per year.
- Bendix-King KX-155A (NAV/COM #1).
- Bendix-King KI-209A (VOR/LOC/GS #1).
- No marker receiver (this is why not IFR certified).
- Garmin GTX-327 Transponder.
- Carburetor Ice Temperature Gauge (for safety).
- 100LL fuel, 26 gal total, 24.5 useable.
- ~6.5 gallons/hour fuel burn at 75% power.
- Max Gross Take-off Weight: 1670 lbf.
- Serial number: 15282463.
CEFS Pilot Qualifications:
- For primary training and the experienced pilot.
- Easy to handle and learn to fly.
- A good time-building aircraft.
- Light, reponsive to controls.
- Two seat rather than four.
- Relatively low payload weight.
- This aircraft is routinely fueled/refueled to full tanks (24.5 gal useable) at or before the beginning of the operational day though this is not guaranteed. The Pilot In Command is fully and
solely responsible for determining the pre-flight fuel state and weight/balance limits.
Pilots Operating Handbook
Weight and Balance Certification and Worksheet
Modifications, Upgrades and Supplements