I'm considering getting the Enigma EFIS for my Tanarg. I really like the MGL V10 radio and convinced Henry & Jim to get one also (it's light weight, fully digital (better discrimination, clear trans/receive), powerful (6w) but small compared to MicroAir (little bit wider on the dash though), easy to use with gloves, easy to use / program and best of all very easy to monitor two stations. Anyway, my current EFIs (black and white engine monitor) is slowly dying. I can see that replacement is unfortunately inevitable. One of the cool things about the Enigma is that it will easily program the MGL V10 that I love (it's something like this: just select nearest airports, then hit 1-10 to select the airport, then push 1-4 to tell it to program ground, tower, CTAF, etc.)
How does everyone like the Enigma?
How is the GPS (compared to Garmin (I have 396) for example)? How is the synthetic terrain?
Updates to GPS are free (I believe) based on public GPS system available for download. That's an awesome advantage over Garmin which charges an arm and a leg several times a year to stay updated. How does the data available compare to what Garmin charges for?
Abid, I'm waiting for an answer back from Matt, but what's the biggest MGL EFIS that you think could be put in the Tanarg dash?
Currently, my EFIS monitors fuel flow, oil temp, RPM, & water temp. Would you recommend adding wiring to monitor all 4 CHT's, all 4 exhaust gasses? Is it OK to save weight and complexity and just monitor one CHT and one exhaust temp? Or maybe one from each side? Or maybe those are not too important on a 4 cylinder open air rotax 912. What else?