Model: Acclaim Type S
Total time: 1,390
Number of seats: 4
DESCRIPTION: 2009 model year Acclaim Type S with no known damage history.
This one has all the right stuff: Production-built Type S model w/TKS Certified Known Ice Protection (FIKI), WAAS Enabled G1000 with VNAV, Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT), GFC700 autopilot, ADS-B In & Out via a Garmin GTX345R, BMW California Design Studio Edition with the “Bandit” paint scheme and interior upgrades, February 2023 annual.
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AIRFRAME: No Damage History. TKS Certified Known Ice Protection (FIKI)
ENGINE: 1390TT SNEW.
PROP: Hartzell Type S Prop included in production factory Type S model.
MODIFICATIONS/CONVERSIONS: Type S Speed Modifications, TKS Certified Flight into Known Ice Protection (FIKI)
AVIONICS: Garmin GDU 1040, 10″ Primary Flight Display, three axis flight dynamics, air speed, altitude, VS, HSI with perspective modes Garmin GDU 1044, 10″ Multi Function Display Garmin GDC 74A Integrated Digital Air Data Computer, Constant display of TAS, CAS, Wind Direction, VSI and TAT GRS77 Solid-State Attitude and Heading Reference System Dual Garmin GIA63, Integrated radio modules with IFR approved GPS, VHF navigation with ILS and VHF communication with 16-watt 8.33-kHz transceivers, GMA 1347 Audio Panel with Marker Beacon and Intercom, GTX 345R Transponder w/ADS-B In & Out, Garmin GEA 71 Airframe/Engine Interface Unit, Garmin GMU 44 Magnetometer Stand-by instrumentation, including ADI, A/S, Altimeter and Magnetic Direction Indicator with Emergency Lighting, Garmin GDL 69A Satellite Data Link- Weather radar, satellite text, graphic weather data link and audio Infotainment Attitude Indicator, Stand-by Electrical Installation of hot-wire plugs for Bose (pilot & co-pilot), ARTEX ME406 ELT, GFC700 fully Integrated Autopilot with Flight Director, WAAS Enabled G1000, IFR-GPS Equipped with Garmin Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT)
INSPECTION STATUS: Recent annual completed February, 2023.
Disclaimer: Specifications are believed to be accurate and complete, however, it is the responsibility of the purchaser to verify the aircraft’s specifications. We welcome and encourage physical inspection of the aircraft and review of its records.