Paint Scheme- Modified Rally- Major (allover)- Insignia White. Major Trim Stripe- Pontiac Red, Accent Stripe- Silver Metalflake. Black on Upper Engine Cowling. 45" Big Dog on Tail.
Red Leather Front and Rear Seats with Oregon Aero Form-Fitting Seat Foam. Varnished Teak and Holly Wood Floors in the Pilot and Baggage areas.
Great deal on a NDH, 1-owner, VFR, 180HP A-1C "ShockDawg" Husky. The centerpiece of the aircraft is the beautiful Garmin 796 GPS, hard-mounted in the middle of the instrument panel. Six Electronics International gauges provide the pilot with the engine information, which now includes a fuel totalizer. Avionics include a Garmin SL40 Comm and 327 Transponder w/ Altitude Reporter along with an upgraded PM3000 Stereo Intercom. It also has a 3" Electric Digital Attitude Indicator (RCA 2600-3) installed for extra safety.
Upgraded 406Mhz ELT
It's equipped with the 26" Tundra Tires, Side Baggage Compartment, Aft Stowage with Left and Right Doors, cigarette lighter-type Power receptacle for running iPad & cellphone charging, left and right LED landing lights, Whelen Strobes and Nav lights and of course THE SHOCKDAWG shock-absorbing main landing gear. It also has the B&C Oil Filter and Aviat "Cooling Lip". It also has the optional Oil Temp Air Control valve installed, enabling the pilot to better control the amount of air getting to the oil cooler- great for quick warmups on cold days and flying in cold weather. No more duct tape! It even has a sweet Map Box with a foam floor built in under the instrument panel- perfect for keeping your Sectional Charts handy while flying the backcountry!
This aircraft is eligible to have Aviat’s newly certificated Extended Landing Gear fitted to it- landing gear that moves the MLG tires forward 2”, down 4” and has a 12” wider stance. This makes what was already a very stable aircraft while on the ground even more so. The additional track dramatically increases lateral stability and decreases the chance of dragging a wingtip during a groundloop. Moving the MLG forward 2” means the Husky can withstand more aggressive braking without the worry of a nose over, and the longer gear legs puts the wing at a higher angle of attack, shortening the takeoff roll even more and providing more prop clearance over the stock gear.
Finally, it has a set of Red Leather Seats installed as well, matching nicely with the exterior trim color.
Annual Due: June, 2018
VFR Transponder: February, 2020