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2006 CTSW for Sale

Roger Lee

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:D Hurry, Hurry, Hurry. Walk, skip or run, but don't get hurt ;)  to buy this December 2006 CTSW with only 83 hrs. TTSN. It's the sister ship to my own.


This is a Dec. 2006 CTSW  N543DL with no marks or damage. It has always been hangared. It was brought to me to bring it all up to new and current Rotax and FD specs.

Everything is now new and it's loaded and ready to go.

Fresh 100 hr. & Annual condition inspection.

Trutrak Digi Trak II AP that has just been serviced by Trutrak.

BRS parachute just re-packed next due in 3-2020

Garmin 396

2 blade Neuform prop 

Dynon Avionics

Fresh FD firewall blanket 

Fresh spark plugs, oil and filter, new door lift struts, all new tires / tubes, all new front suspension urethane spacers and guide pin, Rotax 2000 TBO upgrade, all new cabin door seal, new metal fuel filter, new Dynon EFIS back-up battery, fresh transponder re-cert., new style magnetic plug and many more new improvements. Call for more info, they're just too many to list and my finger tips are wearing down.

Fresh Rotax 5 year rubber change and new rubber engine mounts 

Fresh FD wing inspection

All books and manuals. 

Extra new Rotax fuel pump


Always Hangered

All Rotax and FD bulletins up to date.

Asking $79K


​With only 83 hrs on this aircraft it's in excellent condition.


All updates and upgrades done by me, Roger Lee.

This aircraft will be at Ryan Airfield in Tucson, AZ only for 2 more weeks and I would be available for demo flights. After this time it will then be re-located to Santa Teresa, NM (next to El Paso, TX) after that time for demos.


For questions and more info you can call Roger Lee at 520-574-1080 in Tucson or Bob Dockendorf in Santa Teresa at 915-356-4090 



Everything is so fresh on this aircraft all you will need is a little salad dressing and it'll be good to eat.   :D 


This one is going to go fast.


Hurry, Hurry, Hurry.

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This one was purchased by a gentleman in his 80's and rarely flown. 6 hrs on this are from me. He donated this to the War Eagles Museum in Santa Teresa, NM near El Paso. They brought it to me to bring it all up to the latest and greatest and didn't skimp on anything. It's a nice plane.

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I understand the plane hasn't set for that whole time, but brings up an obvious question....  How well does the Rotax 912 stand up to long periods of non-use?  Is there a "moth-balling" procedure?  How long setting before special maintenance is required?  What does one look for in an engine that has been idle for a couple of years?  

just wondering...


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