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Wow, very nice indeed. I would go the same way if money was no object, but it is. . . . :(
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Helps onthe dollars if you are an A&P and are willing to do all the work yourself.

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Nice. I’m thinking of doing the same if and when my MX-7 rebuild gets to that stage…

Did you have to install new fuel gauge senders, or does the GTX EIS use the factory senders?
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Factory resistance probes installed in my plane were compatible. There is a Garmin service bulletin to enhance accuracy.
garmin recommends replacement, but they are pricey when the existing probes were fully functional

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