# SR 22 delivery date

I have position 579 for the SR-20 and was told to expect delivery on 3-2-02. Now I have upgraded to the SR-22 and was told delivery will be 12-31-01. Can anyone explain what’s going on with this confusing issue? db

I have position 579 for the SR-20 and was told to expect delivery on 3-2-02. Now I have upgraded to the SR-22 and was told delivery will be 12-31-01. Can anyone explain what’s going on with this confusing issue? db

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I have position 579 for the SR-20 and was told to expect delivery on 3-2-02. Now I have upgraded to the SR-22 and was told delivery will be 12-31-01. Can anyone explain what’s going on with this confusing issue? db

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This is “Cirrus Math”. It’s really simple. Just take your original promised delivery and convert it to a number. Example 3-2-02 equals 3202. Then add your position, (ex.3202+579=3781), call this the “A” factor.Then take the number of remaining days in the year which is 79. Multiply that number by the current productivity factor of 1510.3797, (79 X 1510.3797 = 119319.99), call this the “B” factor. Simply add “A” and “B” factors, (ex. 3781 + 119319.99 = 123100.99 and you get your date in MMDDYY format but you must add 1 to the year, so 123100.99 is really 123101.99. The numbers after the decimal point is you probability of actually hitting the delivery promise. So it looks like you are in good shape… I just could’nt resist! Seriously I do believe things are rapidly improving with promised deliveries. Go Cirrus!!

I have position 579 for the SR-20 and was told to expect delivery on 3-2-02. Now I have upgraded to the SR-22 and was told delivery will be 12-31-01. Can anyone explain what’s going on with this confusing issue? db

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This is “Cirrus Math”. It’s really simple. Just take your original promised delivery and convert it to a number. Example 3-2-02 equals 3202. Then add your position, (ex.3202+579=3781), call this the “A” factor.Then take the number of remaining days in the year which is 79. Multiply that number by the current productivity factor of 1510.3797, (79 X 1510.3797 = 119319.99), call this the “B” factor. Simply add “A” and “B” factors, (ex. 3781 + 119319.99 = 123100.99 and you get your date in MMDDYY format but you must add 1 to the year, so 123100.99 is really 123101.99. The numbers after the decimal point is you probability of actually hitting the delivery promise. So it looks like you are in good shape… I just could’nt resist! Seriously I do believe things are rapidly improving with promised deliveries. Go Cirrus!!
Oh… So that’s how you figure it out. Thanks so much. I fel so much more confident about my delivery date now.