I will be in Duluth this wedensday to PU my SR 22.
Serial # 0050, FAA registration Number N234GR.
My insurance is through USAIG total 3800 dollars per year.( I have 1100 hours total, instrument license and 400 hours multi-engine)
The aircraft came in empty weight of 2256 LBS the aircraft is B model with no extra’s on top.( 1134 pounds of usefull load).
I will be based at sugarland airport in Houston, TX.
I am still looking for a 50% partner!
This site, and its members comulative knowledge, has been a great asset over the last few years.
I would love to join the “Cirrus owners association” when it is up and running.
I belive that cirrus will be the leading aircraft manufaturer in the coming decades, with a name recognition better then Piper and Cessna. this aircraft is a reveloution in this slow to change industry.
Two questions to the Forum:
what is the empty weight of other RECENT SR22?
Does cirrus has headsets tuned to the SR 22?
comment: The 10 gallons fuel imballance between wings limitation, is to my opinion, almost dangerous, it require the pilot to switch tanks evry 30 to 40 minuts, VERY EASY to over look, and forget when busy. Other imperfection is the complexity of the 430. makes me nervous if I need to use it under preassure.
sorry for my english , but it is my secoud language.
looking forward to wedensday!