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Easy Intercom Addition?

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Feb 17, 2011
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I finally was able to fly my new(to me) plane home. It's comfortable in my rented hanger at the moment. There are a lot of little things I have to look into,copper battery cables,lube my yoke rod to eliminate squeaking, get the plane registered in my name,maybe pay some more WI taxes too.

It came with a Flightcom Model 403d panel mount intercom new in the box,not mounted. I was thinking about trying to sell that & get a simple plug in 4 place or so intercom(David Clark 200?) I was looking for ideas on the whole intercom deal. My last plane had a simple plug in portable intercom that did fine,flightcom I think. The Flightcom 403d is in the box with instructions & everything, including a good amount of bagged pieces. How would a DC model 200 do? Other ideas?


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