NextGen Panel Systems
Everything you need, nothing you don't!
Included in the frame kits:
Included in the supporting components kit:
Cessna 180 / 182 thru 182E / 185
Cessna 182 model E and on
Customize your Cessna with the update it deserves!
The NextGen Panel System (NGPS) is an installation solution that replaces the stock instrument panel frame structure in Cessna 172, 175, 180, 182, 185 aircraft. NGPS is designed to remove the space limitations with various stock frames that did not anticipate modern avionics. Using the NGPS affords a larger canvas to install avionics, especially PFD's in the aircraft, and allows for a custom panel with avionics placement that is not constrained by the original aircraft structure. Click here to learn more: www.NextGenPanel.com.
Upgrading a legacy instrument panel is now as easy as 1-2-3
1. Select your Frame Kit Package for the 172/175 or 180/182/185 series aircraft:
a. Package 1 – Frame Kits (Containing the frame replacement, glareshield, transition skin, yoke bushings, and hardware kit)
i. 172/175 Aircraft = P/N ARC-C172-400-306-901
ii. 180/182 thru 182E/185 Aircraft = P/N ARC-C180-400-306-901
iii. 182 Aircraft E model and on = P/N ARC-C182-400-306-901 (Coming Soon!)
b. Package 2
i. Supporting components kit (Containing Gloveboxes, disconnect panel, and electrical components) – for all NextGen Frame Kits
2. Download and customize using our free panel templates.
3. Complete your modifications, install and you are ready to take off!
YOU make the panel! Download here:
Modernizing and customizing a legacy instrument panel can take months, and the end result is often a poor design and an aircraft that is not compliant.
Problem solved - the NextGen Panel System is the ONLY solution available that is fully FAA compliant and ready for customization, cutting production time from months to weeks.
Because compliance rules are complex and easy to misinterpret, you are more likely to end up at risk of:
Solution: Starts at the panel frame
The NextGen Panel was developed to enable the panel to comply with FAA regulations AND popular PFD STCs from Dynon and Garmin Avionics. This also enables compliance with:
Problem: Difficult Installation
Measure, guess, cut and hope it's close:
The result: Unpredictable downtime, unplanned costs, undefined scope of work
Solution: Easy Installation
Get it right the first time:
The result: Aircraft may be flown while new panel is built separately
Minimum downtime. Maximum value.
For more information, email JohnC@McFarlaneAviation.com.