Cessna Skyhawk N642SP

Our Skyhawk N642SP
  • 1998 Cessna Skyhawk 172S
  • Type C-172 Serial# 172S8050
  • Club owned since 2006

Equipment

172S Model - [1998]

What's inside...
  • IFR Certified Garmin GTN650W GPS NAV/COM
  • IFR Certified Garmin 430W GPS NAV/COM
  • Garmin 350C Audio Panel
  • Garmin GFC500 Autopilot
  • Garmin G3X Touch PFD/MFD Display
  • Garmin G5 Standby PFD
  • GTX-345 Transponder
  • Manual Electric trim
  • ADS-B In and Out with Flight Stream 210 iPad interconnect
  • ADS-B [GDL88] Traffic and FIS-B Weather
  • 4 place Intercom with Isolate function
  • Leather Seats
  • CO Guardian Aero Panel Mount Co Detector

Engine

  • Textron Lycoming IO-360-L2A
  • Fuel Injected, Normally Aspirated, Direct Drive, Air-Cooled, Horizontally Opposed, Four Cylinder, 180 HP @ 2700RPM
  • Fuel Burn: 11GPH

Vspeeds - KIAS

  • Vs0: 40
  • Vs1: 48
  • Vr: 55
  • Vx: 62
  • Vy: 74
  • Va: 90 @ 1900 lbs; 98 @ 2200 lbs; 105 @ 2550 lbs
  • Vfe: 110 10 deg; 85 20-30deg
  • Vno: 129
  • Vne: 163
  • Vclimb: 75-85
  • Vglide: 68
  • Vcruise: 110-120

Maintenance Chart

Flying Cost

Member Posts

G3X Configuration Changes

With the arrival of our second G3X in 2SP, we’ve noticed a few display differences between it and 58H.  Thanks to Tomas Najzer’s dogged investigation ...
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Flightstream Connection

Until recently, only 6RE was equipped with Flightstream.  Now all three of our planes have this wonderful tool.  I’ve resurrected and edited Tom’s previous “cheat ...
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Nice explanation of Constant Speed Props

http://www.boldmethod.com/learn-to-fly/aircraft-systems/how-a-constant-speed-prop-works/
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Skyhawk Antennas – Explained

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