Operating Instructions

Operating Manual »
Safe handling of an airplane increases and ensures your safety and provides you with many hours of enjoyment. For this reason you should take the time to familiarize yourself with your new KATANA airplane. We ask that you carefully read this Flight Manual and pay special attention to the recommendations given. A careful study of the manual will reward you with many hours of trouble-free flight operation of your KATANA airplane.

GPS Operating Manual »
The GPSMAP 695/696 presents GPS-derived analog flight instrumentation, position, navigation, and hazard avoidance information to the pilot using a 7 Wide VGA (800x480) color display.

PM501 Intercom Operating Instructions »
The PM501 is a panel mounted, 4-place intercom that offers a low cost alternative for budget minded pilots who still want quality sound and performance. This manual provides information on the operation of the PM501. Please read it completely to maximize your enjoyment of its use.

GPS 100AVD Owner's Manual »
This manual and accompanying quick reference card provide complete information on safely operating the GPS 100 to its full potential.

KX125 Nav/Com Radio »
The self-contained KX 125 is very compact, measuring 2 inches high by 6.25 inches wide. Yet it offers the same transmitter power as our legendary KX 170 series, a minimum 5 Watts (7 Watts nominal). The KX 125 utilizes a back-lit liquid crystal display (LCD).

Garmin 696 GPS Owner's Manual »
The GPSMAP 695/696 presents GPS-derived analog flight instrumentation, position, navigation, and hazard avoidance information to the pilot using a 7 Wide VGA (800x480) color display.

Constant Speed Propeller Operating Manual »
The Operating Manual includes the following sections: General, Designation, Design Data, Construction, Operation, Installation and Operation, Inspection, Propeller Adjustment and Troubleshooting, Maintenance and Repair and Shipping and Storage.

Oil and Coolant »
Field experience has shown that additional information about the choice of suitable motor oils and oil change and maintenance intervals for the ROTAX engines Type 912 and 914 is necessary. Regardless of the type of fuel used, many of the deposits formed in the engine are held in suspension within the engine oil. If enough of these contaminents in the engine oil reach high temperature areas of the engine such as the pistol rings and exhaust valve guides, they can be baked out as the engine oil evaporates and result in sticking piston rings and valves.