2002 Cessna T182T (Turbo)
- 6-Cylinder, turbocharged 230 HP fuel injected engine (Lycoming TSIO-540-AK1A) overhauled Mar-2019 by Triad Aviation.
- Variable pitch 3-blade propeller.
- 142 knot cruise @ 75% power @ 8,500 ft. Service ceiling 20,500 ft.
- 4-place oxygen.
- Day/Night VFR/IFR certified.
- A solid roomy aircraft for high performance training or instrument certification.
- Pristine condition 9/10 interior, 9/10 exterior.
- One USB power outlet for Customer accessories.
- Rosen visors.
- Wired for conventional 2-plug headsets and Bose headsets, all seats.
- PXE-7300 AM/FM/CD/XM Satellite Entertainment Unit (squelched on communications).
- Survival bag w registered 406 PLB and tent.
- Fully ADS-B in/out compliant utilizing a Garmin GTX-345 Transponder with Bluetooth(R) ADS-B data feed for customer accessories such as Foreflight(TM) or Garmin Pilot(TM).
- Davtron M-803 Digital Clock/timer.
- Bendix-King KMA-28 Audio Panel.
- Garmin GNS-430W GPS (3.3"W x 1.8"H screen), subscribed all US (east, central, west) as NAV1/COM1 coupled to a Bendix-King KCS-55 HSI (VOR/LOC/GS #1).
- Bendix-King KX-155A as NAV2/COM2 coupled to a Bendix-King KI-209 CDI (VOR/LOC/GS #2).
- Bendix-King KMD-550 (5-inch screen) with course overlay, graphical and text XM-Satellite Weather, WX-500 Stormscope.
- Bendix-King KAP-140 - Two axis autopilot w altitude hold.
- 100LL fuel, 92 gal total, 88 useable, 64 at tabs.
- ~15 gallons per hour fuel burn at 75% power.
- Max Gross Take-off Weight: 3100 lbf.
- Max Landing Weight 2950 lbf.
- Serial number: T18208074.
CEFS Pilot Qualifications:
- For the experienced pilot with more than 175 hours recent time.
- Fast, roomy, good for long travel with an autopilot.
- GNS-430W with ADS-B in/out and KMD-540 situational awareness combined with Sirus XM Weather.
- Heavier airframe, smoother ride.
- Topped off wet wing limits payload to ~490 lbf. One must remind fuelers to refuel to tabs only (64 gal) to load three adults. Perform a weight and balance calculation to be sure.
- This aircraft is routinely fueled/refueled to tabs (64 gal) 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 Certfication and Worksheet
Modifications, Upgrades and Supplements