C90 King Air Conversion

Cutter Aviation takes a derelict C90 King Air and makes it look like a million bucks. Well, a million and a half, to be exact.

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Refurbished 1979 King Air C90Robert Goyer
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The completed Garmin G600 installation.Robert Goyer
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With the engines come Blackhawk's analog engine gauges. They are about as easy on the eyes as analog gauges get.
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The copilot's side G600 displays a wealth of information. The MFD is actually part of the same display, so it is not reversionary, as the MFD on a turbine-class G1000 is.
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This 1979 C90 offers passengers a comfy cabin. Arizona Aircraft Interiors did most of its work while the avionics were being installed.
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Raisbeck's Crown Wing Lockers make loading bags a breeze, and its Quiet Turbofan Propellers cut noise substantially.
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This C90 enjoys a huge increase in payload, thanks to Raisbeck's Dual Aft Body Strakes, which improve low-speed handling.