N417MM 2007 G2 Cirrus SR22 GTS

Aircraft Details





Aircraft Description


This rare, 2007 normally aspirated GTS Cirrus SR22 is a good find.  N417MM has been upgraded from the STEC 55x autopilot to the DFC 90 Digital Autopilot, causing autopilot approaches to be more stable, giving the pilot the ability to select an indicated airspeed to hold in the climb, and increasing safety with the Straight and Level button.

N417MM has a fresh annual (July 2016) and is undergoing it’s CAPS repack.  The air conditioning system keeps the cabin cool even in the hottest weather.  The black leather interior is in excellent condition with no rips or tears.  The exterior paint looks like it just came out of the factory.

With only 1320 hours on the Continental IO-550 engine, N417MM has a lot of flying left before a new owner has to worry about an overhaul.

Call Texas Top Aviation today to set up your test flight!

Airframe Specs


Fresh CAPS Repack!
Aircraft Total Time: 1350 hours
81 Gallons Usable Fuel
Factory Air Conditioning
GTS Package
XM Satellite Weather
#2 Battery replaced at July ’16 annual


Continental IO-550-N 310 HP
1320 Hours SNEW
Cylinder compressions: 1) 64/80, 2) 60/80, 3) 74/80, 4) 74/80, 5) 72/80, 6) 74/80
New Air filter at July ’16 annual
All Gaskets replaced at July ’16 annual


3 Blade Hartzell Propeller
175 SPOH, Overhaul accomplished in March 2014
Propeller governor overhauled at July ’16 annual


Upgraded DFC 90 Fully Integrated, Digital Autopilot
Straight and Level Button to Enhance safety
Avidyne Entegra EX 5000 PFD and MFD
Upgraded Avidyne PFD to work with DFC 90 Autopilot
Garmin GMA 340 Audio Panel / Intercom
Garmin GNS 430 GPS/NAV/COM
Garmin GNS 430 GPS/NAV/COM
Garmin GTX 327 Transponder
CMAX Electronic Charts
EMAX Electronic Engine Monitoring

Additional Equipment

TKS System
Cirrus Airframe Parachute System (CAPS)
AmSafe Airbag Seatbelts
Rosen Sun Visors


White with black, gray, and silver stripes


Black leather seats in excellent condition

Inspection Status

Annual due July 2017
Transponder, Altimeter, and Pitot/Static Inspection Due June 2017

Logbooks available upon request