Bill Thompson Explains the Avionics Information Owners Need to
For owners, the aircraft's annual maintenance check is a time of
year that most dread; yet, it is as fundamental to aviation safety
as the procedures that every pilot goes through before each flight.
Required by the FAA to meet basic airworthiness standards, an
aircraft’s registered owner or operator must complete a
specific number of inspections and maintenance procedures to be
safe (and legal) to fly each year.
President Tim Roehl Describes Tornado Alley Turbo’s
Tornado Alley Turbo has been at the forefront of
state-of-the-art turbonormalizing systems for such aircraft as the
TCM I0-520 or I0-550 powered Cessna 185s and Bonanzas. Each system
converts normally aspirated engines into turbocharged engines,
providing the same 29" or 30" manifold pressure available at sea
level up to 20,000 feet.