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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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Have a M-7 just made the deposit for upgrade adding Garmin 275, Garmin 3x 10" and Garmin 3x 7" Garmin 355 but keeping Garmin 430 wass
removing all steam gauges
looking for advice with layout also will be looking for another job to pay for all this

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That is a clean panel, nicely done.
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DemoPilot
Really like your panel
I'm scheduled another two weeks out before they start mine

Is that a 10" Garmin 3X

also I like where you put the tip tank switches

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