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Old 09-19-2021, 06:19 PM
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Default DYNON ADAHRS location in 14 wing?

Question for you RV-14/14A builders using Dynon ADAHRS, did you install it/them on the Van's provided shelf near the root in the left wing? If so how have you found the reliability of that equipment in this location?
Any and all information is appreciated. Thx.
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Old 09-19-2021, 06:25 PM
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The short answers:
Yes - used the Vanís wing mount and the Dynon plate to stack one ADAHR on top of the other.
Yes - works perfect. No issues at all over the last four years.

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Old 09-20-2021, 05:44 AM
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That's where I installed both mine, no problems thus far Ivan.
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Old 09-20-2021, 06:13 PM
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The short answers:
Yes - used the Vanís wing mount and the Dynon plate to stack one ADAHR on top of the other.
Yes - works perfect. No issues at all over the last four years.

Carl
Thanks Carl, That gives me a lot of confidense.
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RV-10 (C-GMDV) 1450hrs.
Dual GRT 8.4" HXr EFIS, VP-200, TT A/P, Avidyne IFD440, uAvionixX ADS-B out, Sky Radar WX and Traffic, Dual EI's (one Lightspeed & one SDS CPI)

RV-14A under construction.
An ADVANCED PANEL from AFS. Dual AF5600 10.4" EFIS'
Avidyne IFD540 FMS Navigator, uAvionix AV-30 B/U EFIS
Lycoming IO-390 EXP
SDS EFI/EI FADEC system
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Old 09-20-2021, 06:17 PM
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That's where I installed both mine, no problems thus far Ivan.
Thanks Ron, I have been wanting to come down your way for a visit this summer, the way it is going I guess it may have to wait until next summer. By then I will have the 14 ready so that would be a good trip for it.
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RV-10 (C-GMDV) 1450hrs.
Dual GRT 8.4" HXr EFIS, VP-200, TT A/P, Avidyne IFD440, uAvionixX ADS-B out, Sky Radar WX and Traffic, Dual EI's (one Lightspeed & one SDS CPI)

RV-14A under construction.
An ADVANCED PANEL from AFS. Dual AF5600 10.4" EFIS'
Avidyne IFD540 FMS Navigator, uAvionix AV-30 B/U EFIS
Lycoming IO-390 EXP
SDS EFI/EI FADEC system
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