Back in the Piper Family



Recently became a Piper owner again after a fling with another manufacturer for a couple of years. I had an Archer before that and decided it was time for another one of these fantastic aircraft. I got lucky and found this well cared for 2000 model up near Boston.

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  • Very pretty! Love the paint scheme. Impressive equipment too! Do you fly IFR a lot? What kind of engine monitor do you have? Can’t quite tell from the picture...
  • Absolutely gorgeous! What airport are you at? How about leaving the keys in it for me, lol :) I promise to bring it back when it's out of fuel!

    Scott Sherer
    Wright Brothers Master Pilot, FAA Commercial Pilot
    Aviation Director, Piper Owner Society Forum Moderator and Pipers Author.

    Need help? Let me know!

  • Hello Kzadora !
    From the picture the engine monitor looks like the JPI EDM-830

    Paulo Hatschbach
    Private Pilot

  • Thanks Paulo!

  • Hey Guys, sorry for my delay in responding.
    I'm based at KCQF, Sonny Callahan in Fairhope, Al.
    This Archer came to me with a JPI 700 with fuel flow.
    We upgraded the display to the 830 screen-direct plug and play with the 700, except I added the RPM probe, and am about to place the probe for Manifold Pressure.
    I appreciate the nice comments. Thanks!

  • Where are you putting the manifold pressure sensor?

    Paul

    1963 Cherokee 180 B.

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