Aircraft Dealer/Broker since 1977
2003 Cirrus Design Supercharged SR-22 Century of Flight Edition!
N224SJ, S/N0705 Manufactured Oct. 2003
Make an Offer, you really need to consider this aircraft!
This is one of the Lowest time 2003 SR-22's, on the market, it
is in immaculate condition!
Supercharged with Forced
Aeromotive Technologies, Inc. making 29.6 in/HG MAP at 2700 RPM for 310 HP
see information below for details!
Only 600 Hours Total Time!
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N224SJ Asking $229,950.00 This one
will not last long on the market, if you are a serious buyer make us an offer!
600 Total Time, 600 Since New Engine, Forced
Aeromotive Technologies, Inc. Supercharged Teledyne
Continental Motors IO-550N, 310hp
Supercharger Normalized, without the hassle of a turbo and exhaust
Propeller 240 SNEW.
Annual due 08-01-14, IFR Certified until 3/2014 All AD's complied
Avidyne FlightMax Entegra Glass Cockpit, with latest firmware upgrades
BF Goodrich Stormscope Model WX-500
Garmin GMA 340 Audio panel with 3 light marker and 4 place intercom
Dual Garmin Waas GNS-430's Multi-Sensor Nav/Com's
New Avidyne DFC-90 Digital Autopilot with Straight and Level Feature
Heads-Up Technologies XMD-076A XM Receiver with Bluetooth Remote Control
BF Goodrich Skywatch Traffic Advisory System SKY497
Garmin GTX 327 Transponder with Altitude encoder
Forced Aeromotive Technologies, Inc. Supercharger installed February 16,
2009 see note below
picked up my plane in Denver and went to my other home in Minden NV,725NM. I was
at 16500', 182 KTAS, 13.5 GPH, but the best part was climbing out of Denver at
1100 feet per minute. Then the next day I flew to my winter homn in Sedona AZ,
458 NM, short trip so I like to get there so I went just less best power, 2700
RPM, 13500', 16.6 GPH, 191 KTAS, oil temp hot day was 194. I am like a kid with
a new toy. Thanks Rod. My plane used to get oil on the belly but no more, stays
right on 6 qt."
supercharger is belt driven off the accessory drive, similar to the alternator.
It will run much cooler than a turbocharger and should result in much lower
maintenance costs. It will add 7-8000 feet of altitude performance to the Cirrus
SR-22. Impeller speed is a function of engine RPM and therefore over speed and
bootstrapping are not considerations. There are no MP fluctuations while
adjusting the throttle, or mixture. Idle cool down periods are not necessary.
Manifold pressure is limited to 29.6 inches at full power.
pressure is maintained automatically by a state of the art electronic boost
controller designed for the SR22 by FAT. The controller generally reacts to
throttle changes in less then one second. The boost controller is not affected
by cold oil temperatures or cold take off conditions and will operate quickly to
control boost even down to -50F.
Efficient - uses approximately 4.0 horse power at cruise
Light weight - approximately 39 pounds
Cool engine temperatures
Easy pilot workload - no bootstrapping or overshoot.
No TIT to monitor
No pre-shut down cool down required.
No engine-oil driven control systems
No scavenge pump
No waste gate
Tannis Engine preheat system with cylinder bands and oil sump heater
SkyOx Portable Oxygen bottle with accessories
Exterior: Beige with Brown and Gold trim, Silver decals, with Century of
Flight 1903 on tail.
Windshield, and all side and rear window plexiglass in excellent condition.
Interior: Beige Leather Seats, with Beige and Brown door panels and trim,
brown carpet in excellent condition.
Rates an 9.0
This aircraft is in excellent condition, current owner has
spared no expense on this aircraft.
Recent modifications include, a new Cirrus CAPS Parachute
repack and rocket replacement with new electronic deployment system, next due
Upgraded Dual Garmin GNS 430's to WAAS on October 10, 2013
Upgraded Avidyne FlightMax Entegra PFD and MFD with latest
firmware ver. 8.1 on October 25, 2013
New Avidyne DFC 90 digital autopilot installed on October
New Heads-Up Technologies XMD-076A XM weather and music
Receiver with Bluetooth Remote installed October 11, 2013
New Standby Alternator November 27, 2013
Aircraft had a minor prop strike at Lake Tahoe Airport at
359.2 hours in service. Engine teardown inspection was performed at Sierra
Mountain Aviation, Inc. Grass Valley, CA.
Extensive documentation or inspection in aircraft records.
A new McCauley propeller was installed at this time.
There is no known damage history to airframe, no hail
damage or corrosion.
This aircraft has always been hangered and is in Prime
Condition for appraisal purposes.
All specifications and representations subject to buyer verification.
John Weisbart Broker/Agent
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