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29 Dec 2017 18:12 #1349 by Gordie Meade
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Yes and I really like it. I found out I am burning more fuel at cruise than I thought. I thought I was burning 5 to 5 1/2 gal/hr but it turns out I am burning 6.5 gal/hr. At full throttle during climb, I burn over 8 gal/hr. It has caused me to change the numbers I use to flight plan. I REALLY like having a fuel remaining value at any time.
A couple of posts ago, I posted a picture of the installation. It looks great and works well.

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29 Dec 2017 14:34 #1348 by George Sellers
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Gordie, have hou had the fuel instrumentation installed yet? If so, how is it doing?

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30 Nov 2017 19:27 #1315 by Gordie Meade
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Here's a picture with everything powered up.
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27 Nov 2017 19:36 #1313 by Gordie Meade
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There are pictures attached about 4-5 posts down.

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27 Nov 2017 17:36 #1312 by Scott Engelhart
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Gordie, thanks for sharing, really good info. A pic of your panel with this instrument would be cool.

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27 Nov 2017 15:09 #1311 by Warren D. Hampton
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Sounds about right. I used to fly between North County San Diego to San Jose stopping in Bakerfield for fuel and to releave myself 2/2.5 hrs by flying east of L.A. an be in the header tank in either the CD or Alon. I almost always fly wide open That was when fuel was under $3.00

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