|08-00719||CPE-1957||HIGH-FLOW AIR FILTER|
Challenger Air Filter Application Guide (Please review as reference only)
Challenger Aviation Products, INC. revised November 16, 2005 note: P/N CPE-1957, CPE1040, CPE1104, CPE1151, CPE1173, CPE1202, CPE1220, CPE1956, CP1175, CP1958 CPE1179 USE P/N CP-99-0704 Sealing grease at install and must be sold with filter. installations kits are available for CP1150, CP1172, CP1177, CP1182, AND CP2003.
WARNING: The product may contain and/or expose you to a chemical(s) or substance(s) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Installed in a Cessna 182. Have noticed less fuel burn per hour and a bit more horsepower.
Great product ! Been a great addition to my C140.
Love the concept of a reusable filter, but in our A36 Bonanza it did not hold up. The flocking bonded to the metal screen goes away over time, rendering the filter unusable. We do have worse than normal weather conditions here in Southeast Alaska, perhaps in a more gentle environment one might have better success.
The air filter instructions and STC state it must be maintained in accordance with the Challenger instructions for Continued Airworthiness document 4003 Revision E In the instructions there is a small note that the filter gasket must be replaced every 12 months or 100 hours. The replacement Challenger gasket is more expensive than a Brackett element. The gasket is also hard to install because the instructions state you should install the new gasket after the filter is oiled. They also brag that the filter has no ADs. The gasket is missing a retainer lip which has allowed the gasket to suck into the carburetor. The gasket retaining lip is the subject of three ADs for Brackett filters and required on those installations. Read AD96-09-06. Why was the Challenger filter STC approved with a known defective design that WILL fail after ADs were issued for the same subject to a different manufacturer? The Challenger ICA instructions are in place but the labor to clean and install the filter plus replacing the gasket each time makes it more expensive to maintain than a Brackett or Paper assembly. Plus the Challenger filter assembly has to be mandatory replaced every 25 cleaning cycles. This filter design without a gasket retaining lip should be subject to an AD specific to the Challenger filters and redesign. The STC should be revoked immediately until the redesign occurs. I have removed the Challenger filters from every airplane I maintain because there WILL be an accident.
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This will come with an application chart, instructions, warranty card and a STC request form. It is a FAA/PMA part but you will need to have the STC request form filled out to have this approved for your aircraft.
The filter comes with a gasket, but does not include the grease. The grease is sold separately.
10" Length | 5-1/4" Width | 1-3/4" Height
Part # 08-00717-1 includes grease. It is a kit with part # 08-00717 and 08-04954 (CHALLENGER SEALING GREASE).