N626FT – Grumman Tiger (AG-5B)

It is a great X-C aircraft and will cruise at speeds near that of a straight leg 182!

General Information

Hourly Rate (Wet):

$169.00/hr

Horsepower:
180 hp
Fuel Capacity:
51 gal
Useful Load:

915 lbs

Tiedown Spot:
48
Member Ratings
Overall Rating:
/5
Exterior Appearance:
/5
Interior Appearance:
/5
Avionics:
/5

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Aircraft Description

CHECKOUT REQUIRED  

Tiger now at MYF!  A new addition to the club is a 1991 AG-5B Tiger.  The aircraft is IFR certified and is equipped with AuCountry’s Jaguar Cowling including the AG-5B inlet STC, and a Powerflow exhaust which provides more power than the stock AG-5Bs.  The engine is new and has been port/polished and flow matched at Lycon Engines in Visalia,CA.  It is a great X-C aircraft and will cruise at speeds near that of a straight leg 182! 

Avionics include a GTN 650 WAAS NAV1/COMM1, GNS 430 WAAS NAV2/COMM2 both with LOC/GS GI-106A heads, an STEC-30 two-axis A/P with altitude hold, GTX-330 ADS-B transponder with Traffic, JPI-800 Engine Monitor with Fuel Flow Option, Digital Tachometer, and a new 406MHz ELT.. The plane also has GPS Steering available when the A/P is coupled to the GTN 650.

Documents for download:

Keys and aircraft book at located at Gibbs desk. 

Checkout Requirements

Private or Higher Certificate
Satisfactory Checkout with an Authorized Club Instructor

Avionics Documents

Intercom:
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NAV/COM1:
Transponder:
Autopilot:
PFD:
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MFD:
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Engine Monitor:

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