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Old 02-09-2019, 10:08 AM
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Default FS Complete Dynon autopilot package RV 7

I have a pair of new in box Dynon servos with install kits for RV-7 that I bought about about one year ago. Also have the AP74 interface for the legacy Dynons new in box with install tray(landscape/horizontal). All items carefully stored and in perfect condition. Decided to go all Garmin and have not yet contacted Dynon to determine if these are returnable or if there would be a restocking fee, but would discount the package to someone 15% off the $2113 I paid to save the trouble of trying. Free shipping USA

PM if interested.- Otis
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Old 02-10-2019, 10:16 PM
FutureRV FutureRV is offline
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Originally Posted by Jesse View Post
You would love the upgrade to HDX, but only you can say if it?s worth the cost. If you are trying to decide whether to buy the Skyview Touch or the HDX, I?d say it?s a no-brainer. If you already have the Touch, then it?s a matter between you and your bank account.
I have the Sky View classic installed now. I suppose it does come down to $$$.
It is a slippery slope and the cost can get out of control. The hard part is deciding what is needed and what is just fluff.
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Old 02-10-2019, 11:02 PM
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Default Dynon


I am here is Reno and I can help you with the Dynon SkyView system. I just sent you an email with my number, or you can email me at

Looking forward to hearing from you.

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Old 02-11-2019, 01:19 PM
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Originally Posted by FutureRV View Post
I have the Sky View classic installed now. I suppose it does come down to $$$.
It is a slippery slope and the cost can get out of control. The hard part is deciding what is needed and what is just fluff.
I've got dual 10" classics in my plane now, and I just don't see any point in changing to Touch or HDX. They don't really offer anything that I don't already have, it's just a format change.
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Old 02-17-2019, 07:21 PM
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Touch was worth the upgrade for me. I needed a new display when my buttons started failing on the classic. Dynon had touch upgrade offer at the time.The touch has been a great feature I really like a lot for ease and confidence. That was worth the offer, but Dynon has sun setted the touch so not a option for the upgrade anymore. HDX is not worth the investment when the sky views do everything well enough right now.
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Old 02-17-2019, 09:27 PM
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Jesse let me barrow a classic touch to set up all my parameters while I was waiting for my HDX to show up, I can tell you this, the screen on the HDX and the touch screen characteristics are night and day, HDX hands down. Pdtofly, Brien helped me set up a lot of my Dynon systems, if you ever need any avionics advice, Brien has a lot of expert knowledge on this subject.
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