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Thread: Charging Troubles

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    Default Re: 1952 Tri-Pacer G1200N voltage regulator

    It is an FAA/PMA'd part replacement for both the Piper and Lycoming part number. I see no need for an STC.

    https://zeftronics.com/pdf/GCU14.pdf

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    Default Re: Charging Troubles

    Steve how do you get around the fact it's not on the aircraft eligibility list? .....only Cessna's on that list.
    Forrest Miller

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    Default Re: Charging Troubles

    The part number is that it replaces. Look in the Lycoming parts catalog, it was an engine part not airframe. Also the thing is PMA'd. If all else use the substitution of parts on aging aircraft AC.

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    Default Re: Charging Troubles

    It lists the Delco part it replaces, that's all you need!

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