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Sold: Garmin GTX 327 / GDL 82 / ACK30 setup for ADSB - $1500 shipped


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Mar 18, 2017
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I recently removed (de-installed, not just cut all wires at the connector) this setup from my Turbo Arrow so I could install a remote unit. All was working great when removed, and the transponder passed a cert in October of 2020. This includes the following:

GTX 327 transponder with mostly intact harness, connectors (was connected to a GTN650)
GDL 82 ADSB-out module with connector (serial wires from my GTN and power /ground wires cut off)
ACK 30 blind altitude encoder (old, but also certified in October of 20)

You will need a WAAS GPS antenna (Garmin GA35) to run this setup. If you already have one, then the unit ties to it. If not, you’d need to purchase and install one (they’re $200-250, and available many places).

$1,500 shipped in the US, and you can update your ancient transponder -and- get ADSB-out in one fell swoop! All items as-is, in working-when-removed condition. Payment via PayPal friends and family (or add 4% for fees).


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