Key West Controls MaxPak

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Key West Controls MaxPak

Postby Pammark » Sun Oct 02, 2016 9:46 pm

I have a Titan Tornado II that uses a MaxPak instrument panel.


I flew the plane a few years ago and had a hard landing. It set off the ELT and I got a visit from the Nation Guard a few hours later to turn the ELT off. Now the MaxPak needles jump erratic when you power the unit ON. I read on some of the posts the MaxPak might be sensitive to RF problems. That is why I mentioned the ELT transmissions.

I am having difficulties finding a schematic for the MaxPak or a company to service it. Any help out there? Has anyone had the same problems? Does anyone have a working unit to sell?

I also would like an extra small plastic airspeed prop for the airspeed indicator.


Mark in Ohio

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Re: Key West Controls MaxPak

Postby Hotel32 » Sat Nov 09, 2019 8:07 am

Did you ever find anything out about the Maxpak? I have that same unit in a Gyro and I'm looking for a rotor speed sensor.

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