N174CF / 501-0142
1980 Citation I SP Eagle II

Enjoy performance, economy and comfort comparable to a new CJ2 for a fraction of the price in this low-time Citation.
Featuring fresh 2012 paint & interior on a low-time airframe, Sierra’s Eagle wing modification, twin Williams FJ44-2A engines on the TAP Elite maintenance program and a host of other upgrades, this aircraft is one of the most attractive bargains on the market today.

• Williams International FJ44-2A, installed in 2003
• TAP Elite engine maintenance program
• 2,189 TTSN (both engines)
• 1,688 cycles (both engines)
• 4,000 hour TBO

• Aircraft total time: 5,264 TTSN (May 2016)
• Airframe total landings: 4,489
• SierraCom Internet Maintenance Program
• Complete logs

The Williams FJ44-powered Eagle II routinely cruises at FL430, above most turbulence and airline traffic. Faster climb and better pressurization are built-in, along with reduced noise, fuel consumption and carbon emissions.
• Maximum Speed:    395 KTAS
• Normal Cruise:    365 KTAS
• Long Range Cruise:    355 KTAS
• Rate of Climb:    > 4,000 feet/minute
• Time to Climb:    < 25 min. to FL430
• Service Ceiling:    43,000 feet
Takeoff Distance @ maximum weight:
• SL, ISA:    2,580 feet
• 5000 ft, ISA +20°:    5,134 feet
• Maximum Payload:    2,100 lbs
• Full Fuel Payload:    419 lbs
• Maximum Range:    1,800 Nautical Miles
• Typical Fuel Burn:    110 gallons per hour

•    Dual Garmin GNS-430A Color Moving Map/Nav/Com/GPS (16 watt), 8.33 mHz spacing and FM Immunity
•    Dual Garmin GTX-330 Digital Transponders with TIS
•    Sperry SPZ-500 Auto Pilot Flight Director
•    Collins DME-40 DME
•    Dual Collins RMI
•    Dual L3 i-Linc Multi-Function Displays
•    Goodrich SkyWatch HP SKY-899 Traffic Collision Alert Device
•    BFGoodrich WX-500 Stormscope
•    Bendix/King RDR-2000VP Vertical Profile Color Radar
•    WSI AV-300 Weather Datalink
•    Honeywell KGP-560 EGPWS Terrain Awareness Warning System (Class B TAWS)
•    Sperry AA-215 Radio Altimeter
•    Dual Meggitt EIDS Engine Instrument Display System
•    IS&S RVSM System (requires FAA approval with new owner)
•    Shadin ADC-200 Air Data Computer
•    BRNAV & MNPS eligible

•    Sierra’s Williams FJ44-2A engine upgrade
•    Sierra’s Eagle Wing performance modification
•    Sierra 3-Place Aft Divan
•    Aluminum Dorsal Fin Mod
•    Sierra Extended Arm Rests with Curtain Box
•    Sierra Extended Barrel Seat w/ Integral Potty
•    Altitude Alerter/Pre-selector
•    Sierra Glareshield Mod
•    Aft Baggage Mod
•    Sierra Quick-Release Radome Mod
•    Lead Acid Battery Mod
•    Sierra Pneu-Lift Baggage Door Mod
•    Artex 406 MHz ELT
•    Sierra Gear Horn Mute Switch
•    Freon Air with Cool Sticks
•    Dual NAT Crew Intercoms
•    Relief Tube
•    FM Immunity & 8.33 Spacing
•    Jepp View (subscrptn. req.)
•    XM Radio in Crew Intercom
•    Rosen Monorail Sun Visors
•    Avionics Master Switch
•    Cockpit and Cabin 12 volt Power Supplies
•    King KMR-675 Marker Beacons

Complete refurbishment by South Star Interiors in May of 2012. Gray and Black leather seating for up to 7 passengers and one pilot, Biscuit (Off White) Ultraleather headliner, Light Gray wool carpet and Gray/Black accent fabric. Up front, you’ll find SkyWay’s 4-point crew restraints and yoke A/C vents. Deluxe forward refreshment center with Gold Ribbon Mahogany veneer and a 2-place side sofa with integral toilet. SkyWay 3-place aft divan with 2 facing seats features generous legroom.

Overall White with Metallic Black, Metallic Heather Brown, and Metallic Tan accent stripes. Repainted by Jim Miller Aircraft Painting in May of 2012.