CANDAIR T-33 MK.3 (CT-133) C-FYGM s/n 467 A.U.P. (Avionics Upgrade & Overhaul) Completed

PENDING

Airframe:

  • 11391 hours TTSNEW
  • Time since AUP Upgrade 606 Hours

Engine(s):

  • Rolls Royce Canada Ltd. NENE 10
  • 820 Hrs SMOH (1800 TBO)
  • Mini Hot-Section completed by Victoria Air Maintenance (2009)

Avionics:

The AUP project (1996-1999) made the most significant change to the avionics and electronic capabilities for the CT-133 (by Kelowna Flightcraft). This T-33s is an AUP Aircraft and incorporates the following systems:

  • AN/RC-511(V)- VHF Radio System
  • Dual AN/AIC-505- Intercommunications System
  • AN/ARN-147(V)- VOR/ILS System
  • AN/ARN-149- ADF System
  • Navigation Switching Unit
  • AN/APN-194(V)- Radar Altimeter
  • Dual Annunciator Panels
  • Dual ADI 350S
  • Solid State Invertors
  • Canopy Yoke
  • AN/ARC-UHF System
  • Stormscope
  • 2 Collins TDR-90 Transponders
  • Dual Collins SSD-120 Encoders
  • ACK-451 406 ELT

Equipment:

  • Dual Lead Acid Battery Conversion (Concord RG-380E/G0) (self-start capability)
  • Strobes
  • Oxygen System
  • Excellent Glass
  • Boarding Ladder
  • Engine Plugs
  • Hooker Harness
  • Cold Seats

Aircraft Profile:

Exterior:

Canadian Military Paint Scheme in Medium Gray and RCAF Colors-

Excellent Condition

Interior:

Completely Redone at AUP Conversion with New Panels, Placards and Detailing

MISCELLANEOUS:

  • 606 Hours since DLIR & AUP Conversion (1998)
  • AUP Program and Airframe IRAN Cost in Excess of $500,000
  • Canadian Licensing completed by Victoria Air Maintenance (2009)
  • Oxygen Cylinders Overhauled and Re-installed (2009)
  • RCAF Records Included
  • Transport Canada Approved Maintenance Program
  • May 2016 Annual Inspection
  • Hot Canopy- Seats Cold (hot parts included)
  • Hooker Harness- front and rear

SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO VERIFICATION UPON INSPECTION
Aircraft is located in British Columbia, Canada.