Flow: Instantaneous Display of Fuel Flow
This unit comes packaged with an EI FT-60 Flow Transducer. It is for use in aircraft with engine-driven fuel pumps and up to 350 HP. For Gravity fed systems, please view the "Alternate Items" tab for kits equipped with the FT-90 Flow Transducer.
Excellent. I have one of these on a carbureted engine and a second one on a fuel injected one. Accurate and reliable. Very easy to read in all daylight conditions encountered so far. Good quality, great value. Highly recommended. And as always, world-class customer service from Aircraft Spruce.
This is the 3rd data systems fuel computer that I have installed and I have been happy with the performance, particularly the accuracy. I always receive excellent service from ACS as well
Excellent piece of kit. Works very well and links into your GPS (one wire) to give you range and mpg etc. Highly recomended
Yes, per the manufacture you can connect a Garmin portable to input GPS data to the FC-10. Just make you get the Garmin Power Data Cable for your Garmin portable which will allow you to wire it to the FC-10.
Per the manufacture is it 6 feet.
The FC-10 comes with FT-60 transducer which is for fuel injected engines. If you have gravity fed aircraft please note that on the order so we can order a FT-90 for your application (same price).
The Flight Data FC-10 comes with the FT-60 transducer which is used in aircraft with engine-driven fuel pumps & horsepower up to 350 HP.
Per the manufacutrer, the FC-10 is 2-1/4" Standard Panel Mounted.
Per the manufacturer: the FC-10 fits in a 2 1/4" standard instrument hole.
They are not included. Please see part # 05-04454
If your engine is equipped with a fuel return line from the carburetor back to the fuel tank you will need to install two flow transducers. One in the feed line from the fuel pump to the carburetor and one in the return line from the carburetor back to the fuel tank.
Yes, this comes with a fuel transducer that calculates these measurements. You can find the manual on our documents tab.
No, this is a Non FAA Approved unit. We can only recommend it for experimental aircraft installation.