N213CD – Cirrus SR-20

The gauges may be steam, but you'll easily pass up those steam-powered machines with this excellent bird. Known to its pilots as "Judy," this SR20 has a moderately upgraded panel with enough of an upgrade to make this a fun introduction to the Cirrus product. This is a great cross-country time builder aircraft and since you show up in a Cirrus, you'll be buying everyone lunch.

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Hourly Rate (Wet):


200 hp
Fuel Capacity:
56 gal
Useful Load:

923 lbs

Tiedown Spot:
Hangar E7
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Aircraft Description

Judy is now at Gillespie!

A TAA Glass/Steam SR20 with modern avionics!

Focus on your Cirrus Transition Training without trying to learn a glass panel.

Judy flies fast, climbs fast and slips through the air with ease.  Outside you will see her new 3-blade, composite MT Propeller driven by the smooth-running, six-cylinder, 200hp Continental IO-360.  Inside this Technically Advanced Aircraft, is a leather-covered interior, GNX 375 touch-screen navigator, two GI 275 touch-screens (ADI and HSI) with terrain, traffic and weather, and Connext to transfer your flight plans in from your iPad.  There is a large glove box in the center of the panel.  On the top of the box is a 1″ RAM B-size ball mount to bring your own phone or iPad mount.  In the back of the box is a fast USB charger.  There is also a GSB15 to charge devices.  The second photo (taken before the second GI275 was installed) shows the owner’s 13″ iPad mounted in the box with a 3″ arm.  The STEC has been upgraded to a 55X (GPS Steering) and there is a GNC255A handling COM1/NAV1 work.  COM2/NAV2 is still provided by the GNS430 tied to a CDI.  The 430 is NOT connected to any of the glass gauges or autopilot.

Keep her covered when parking away from home, and use the cowl plugs and pitot cover to keep the birds and bees out.  When home, you will find her cool and relaxed in Hangar E7, near the aviation museum.

6 quarts of oil is all that is needed, anything more will end up on the belly.  Please do not fill the fuel tanks after you are done, leave that for the next pilot to match their fuel load to their mission.

A tug named Prime Mover is in the hangar to assist in pushing the aircraft into the hangar.  It is unlikely you need to use it to move Judy out, as it is downhill.  Putting her back is challenging, so please use the tug.  There are instructions, videos and a manual to help learn to use it.  Practice outside if you are unfamiliar.

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Checkout Requirements

Private or Higher Certificate
80 Hours Total Time
Plus One Flyers Cirrus Transition
Satisfactory Checkout with an Authorized Club Instructor

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