TTSN 6300 h
Year of mfct 2000
6000-h maintenance performed in 12/2019 at TT 5999 h. The 6000-hour maintenance is the largest maintenance cycle on these Diamonds, and it means this one is as good as new save for some superficial aesthetic features. For example, the labourious job of exchanging the rudder control cables was done then, in 12/2019. Practically all linkages and moving parts replaced at that point. Cabin floor repainted, interior partly refurbished. Things have just been reworked to easily last the next 1,000 hours with the idea of us keeping it; however as it has a slightly different panel from the rest of our fleet we are now letting go of it as the first DA20-C1 in our fleet.
Some may call this the DA20-C1 “Eclipse” but as it does not have the rear windows of the Eclipse, the correct nickname is in fact “Evolution” — that’s the only difference between the two designations.
Injected Continental IO-240-B, 0-hour engine installed in 11/2015 at TT 4676, meaning 570 h to go before TBO of 2200 h is reached. Plenty of calendar time left!
Magnetos inspected 100 h ago; another 400 h to go before their next inspection.
MT-Propeller MT175 R 150-2Ca, new installed on 1/2019 and only 300 h run so far.