Year: N411MD 2000
Model: PA-46-350P Mirage SOLD
1,132.0 Total Time, 1,132.0 SNEW Lycoming TIO-540-AE2A SN L10785-61A, 366.2 Since Lycoming Factory Teardown including New Mags, Pistons, Rings, Tappets, Bearings, Bushings, Oil Pump Impellers and Cylinders Honed. 110.1 Since G&N Teardown. 168.2 Since new 3 Bladed Hartzell (4-21-2010) January Annual, Altimeter/Static/Transponder 3-2012. Date of Manufacture 2-29-2000.
Factory Garmin/STEC Package featuring STEC 55X Autopilot System withST-361 Single Cue Flight Director, ST-180 H.S.I., ST-360 Altitude Controller and Preselect, GPSS Roll Steering, remote Autopilot Mode Annunciator and Yaw Damper. Garmin GMA-340 Audio Panel/Intercom, Dual Garmin GNS-430W's (WAAS), Garmin GTX-330 (ready for ADS-B)Transponder, Avidyne EX-500 with Avidyne 610 Active Traffic, Satellite Weather, Garmin GI-106 Nav Indicator, Dual Glideslopes, STEC DME-450, Bendix King RDR-2000 Vertical Profile Radar, WX-950 Stormscope, Flite Com DVR-300i Clearance recorder,
Certified for Flight in Known Ice, Factory Air Conditioned, Spoilers, M-1 Cooling Mod, Aerox Oxygen Bottles, New A/C Compressor, SkyTec Starter, GAMI Injectors. Engine Pre-Heat, Battery Minder, CD Player
Maintenance Summary & History
2. Last Compression:
70, 70, 76, 72, 76, 78
3. Component Overhaul /
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5. Engine Service Bulletins Complied With:
6. Airframe Service Bulletins Complied With:
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9. Repair History
Aircraft ran off runway at Indianapolis Metropolitan May 19, 2007. Experienced nose gear collapse and prop strike. Parts replaced were: New Firewall, both nose gear doors, engine mount, lower nose gear strut, nose gear actuator. Additionally, there was some minor lower cowl abrasion which was fiberglassed, sanded and repainted. Workmanship is outstanding. There is absolutely no fuselage involvement apparent to naked eye nor in records. The cowling repaint in invisible. The engine was sent to Lycoming for a teardown inspection. While there Lycoming replaced a lot of parts that should add considerable life to this engine. Following is the FAA narrative: Accident/Incident Occurred on: 2007-05-19
Narrative: (-23) 05/19/2007 AT INDIANAPOLIS METRO AIRPORT PIPER MALIBU N411MD WAS INVOLVED IN AN ACCIDENT. ON LANDING ON RUNWAY 15, THE PILOT REPORTED NO IRREGULARITIES. LANDING WAS REPORTED AS NORMAL. THE PILOT REPORTED ALL THREE LANDING GEAR INDICATORS WERE SHOWING DOWN AND LOCKED (GREEN). AFTER A SHORT TIME APPROX 200 YARDS THE PILOT REPORTED HE BEGAN TO LOSE DIRECTIONAL CONTROL WHEN BRAKES WERE APPLIED AND THE NOSE OF THE AIRCRAFT COLLAPSED. THE PILOT WAS ABLE TO BRING THE AIRCRAFT TO A STOP WITHOUT INJURY TO BOTH PERSONS ON BOARD. THE AIRCRAFT WAS RECOVERED FROM THE RUNWAY AND SECURED AT THE LOCAL FBO (INDIANAPOLIS AVIATION). ACTUAL WEATHER CONDITIONS AT THE TIME OF THE ACCIDENT WERE DRY VMC.
Original Factory Light Tan Leather. Shows very little wear as one might expect for a 1132 hour airplane. Overall condition of Interior is a solid '9' on a 10 scale.
Factory Original Polyurethane featuring overall Super White with Metallic Black Strip outlines in Metallic Persimmon. Paint still has high gloss and looks cared for. Boots are in excellent polished condition. Glass is a strong 9.5 on scale of 10. Radome has little if any erossion. The overall exterior condition is better than a '9'.
This is a squeaky clean low time Mirage always based in Indiana, Wisconsin & VA. There is no corrosion, it is ready to go.