PIPER M600 ULTIMATE CARE PROGRAM

Cabin Class | Single-Engine | Pressurized Turboprop

The Piper M600 is designed to deliver a powerful first-class ownership experience. To uphold that experience, the team at Piper Aircraft and Flightline Group, Inc. have created a worry-free maintenance program. With the M600 Ultimate Care Program you can feel confident knowing you are maintaining your aircraft to the highest level and the lowest costs.

Take delivery of a select new M600 before December 31, 2018 and enjoy complimentary enrollment in Piper's Ultimate Care Program. This new program provides scheduled maintenance coverage, including aircraft inspections for the first five years or 1,000 hours of operation, whichever occurs first. The program is designed to complement your Piper M600 warranty, ensuring trouble-free operation of your new aircraft. This exclusive program follow the latest maintenance recommendations from Piper for all aircraft systems and equipment as detailed in Piper's factory approved maintenance manual.

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Tasks Included in the M600 Ultimate Care Program

Each 200 Hours

  • For batteries which have been in service for 600 hours or 12 months, whichever comes first, perform a capacity check (see 24-30-00, Capacity Test) each 200 hours or 120 days, whichever comes first.
  • Perform Functional Test under Fuel Return System, 28-20-00. Perform annually or each 200 hours, whichever comes first.

Each 300 Hours

  • Inspect fixed oxygen cylinder systems per 300 Hour Inspection, 35-10-00.
  • Remove, clean, and inspect starter generator per Starter Generator Cleaning and Inspection, 24-30-00. Inspect brushes.

Each 400 Hours

  • Each 400 hours or two years, whichever comes first, perform Fuel Purge System, Inspection and Cleaning, 71-70-00.
  • Lubricate per 400 hour requirements in Lubrication Charts in 12-20-00.
  • Inspect fuel manifold adapter and nozzle assemblies per Pratt and Whitney Canada Maintenance Manual P/N 3021442.

Each 500 Hours

  • Replace elevator down spring P/N 46F40V001-001.
  • Inspect and clean engine oil scavenger screen in reduction gear box.
  • Each two years or 500 hours, whichever occurs first, check that fuel strainers are secure and unobstructed. Additionally, check fuel probes and associated electrical connectors for cleanliness, condition, and security.
  • Inspect cabin pressurization system operation. (See 21-30-00, Pressurization System Test.)
  • While in flight, check operation of landing gear warning oil pressure switch.

Each 600 Hours

  • Replace engine fuel pump outlet filter each 600 hours, or as required, and whenever fuel contamination is suspected.
  • Replace fuel system fuel filter element as required or each 600 hours whichever comes first.
  • Check engine fuel pump inlet screen for foreign matter or distortion. Clean and reinstall or replace.
  • For new batteries only, perform a capacity check (see 24-30-00, Capacity Test) after the first 600 hours or one (1) year, whichever comes first.
  • Coin-tap erosion shield on composite blades.

First 1,000 Hours

  • First 1,000 hours or 3 years perform a visual inspection and clean and apply grease to output gear of the GSA 8X Servo Actuator. (see 22-10-00)

Each 1,000 Hours

  • Overhaul or replace starter generator.
  • Remove heat blankets and inspect firewalls per Firewalls 1,000 Hour Special Inspection, 71-30-00.
  • Replace compressor P3 air filter.
  • Replace engine main oil filter element.
  • Inspect the G3000 system per the 1,000 hour inspection in 34-20-00
  • Inspect condition of bolts used with flap rollers and aileron hinges. (Replace as required.)
  • Inspect flap tracks for security of attachment, damage, condition, and corrosion.

Each 4 Months

  • For batteries which have been in service for 600 hours or 12 months, whichever comes first, perform a capacity check (see 24-30-00, Capacity Check) each 200 hours or 120 days, whichever comes first.

Each 6 Months

  • If annual operation is significantly less than 400 hours, reduce propeller lubrication interval to six months

Each 12 Months

  • For new batteries only, perform a capacity check (see 24-30-00) after the first 600 hours or one year, whichever comes first.
  • Test pilot’s oxygen mask per Servicing – Mask – Complete System Test, 35-10-00.
  • Lubricate per Twelve month lubrication requirements in Lubrication Charts in 12-20-00.
  • For airplanes equipped with Airborne 1H37 series check valves, beginning at five years from date of check valve manufacture and each 12 months thereafter, inspect per the latest revision of Airborne SL 39A.
  • Inspect the GFC 700 system per inspection in 22-10-00.
  • Remove engine mount heat boots (4 ea.) and visually inspect engine mount to fuselage attach brackets and attaching hardware for condition and security. If any engine mount bolt torque stripe is broken or missing, re-torque only that engine mount bolt.
  • Each twelve (12) months inspect per the annual inspections under Aspen Avionics EBD Standby Instrument, inspection, in 34-20-00.
  • If a rechargeable (gauged) fire extinguisher is installed perform annual maintenance per “Gauged, Class 2B:C Fire Extinguisher Model No. A344T” in 26-20-00.
  • Perform Functional Test under Fuel Return System, 28-20-00. Perform annually or each 200 hours, whichever comes first.

Each 2 Years

  • Each 400 hours or two years, whichever comes first, perform Fuel Purge System, Inspection and Cleaning, 71-70-00.
  • Each two years or 500 hours, whichever occurs first, check that fuel strainers (five in each wing tank) are secure and unobstructed. Additionally, check fuel probes and associated electrical connectors for cleanliness, condition, and security.
  • Test and inspect the static pressure system and altimeters. Ensure compliance with the requirements of FAR 43, Appendix E. (See FAR 91.411.)
  • Test and inspect the transponder. Ensure compliance with the requirements of FAR 43 Appendix F. (See FAR 91.413)
  • Recalibrate the GAE 43 each twenty –four months per GAE 43 Calibration under integrated Avionics System - Garmin G3000, LRU Test Procedures in 34-20-00.
  • Recalibrate the magnetometer every two (2) years. See GRS/GMU Calibration procedures in 34-20-00 under Integrated Avionics System – Garmin, LRU Test Procedures.
  • Inspect per the twenty – four calendar month inspections under Aspen Avionics EBD Standby Display, Inspections, in 34-20-00.

First 3 Years

  • First, 1,000 hours or 3 years perform a visual inspection and clean and apply grease to output gear of the GSA 8X Servo Actuator.

Each 3 Years

  • Replace Aspen Avionics EBD internal battery each 2,200 hours or three (3) years, whichever comes first.

  • Remove and hydrostatically test oxygen cylinder (i.e., standard weight cylinders – ICC or DOT “3AA”) every five (5) years or if marked with a five-pointed star, every ten (10) years (or as specified in the latest applicable national regulations)
  • Overhaul the oxygen regulator. Replacement of the fill valve is recommended, but not required.
  • Inspect the Attach Fittings and Push Rods listed below. Repair or replace as required and, when finished, reapply Dinitrol AV8 Corrosion Inhibiting Compound (P/N 89500-800).
  • Forward Vertical Stabilizer attach fittings. (See Attach Fittings Corrosion Control, 55-30-00.)
  • Elevator trim tab push rods. (See Elevator Trim Tab Push Rod Corrosion Control, 55-20-00.)
  • Forward and aft horizontal stabilizer attach fittings. (See Attach Fittings Corrosion Control, 55-10-00.)
  • Replace RD-41 Battery (P/N 601-910) battery each 5,000 hours or five (5) years, whichever comes first.

Program includes 1 Aspen internal battery replacement.

Program includes 1 main battery replacement.

Tasks Excluded from the Ultimate Care Program

  • Consumables such as, oil, fuel, additives, etc.
  • Parts subject to wear and tear such as tires, brake pads, etc.
  • Cosmetic work such as, paint touch-ups, leather and upholstery, and cleaning and detailing.
  • Damage, repairs and alterations to the aircraft, engine, propeller, avionics or accessories.

As part of Piper's commitment to our customers, Piper has established a comprehensive warranty program for all new M600 aircraft.

The Piper M600 comes with a five year warranty on airframe and systems, along with a Garmin provided five year warranty (parts and labor) on their avionics. The Pratt & Whitney PT6A-42A powerplant comes with an industry-leading seven year / 2,500 hour warranty. Hartzell Propeller features a five year / 1,500 hour warranty on all Hartzell products installed by Piper Aircraft.

Piper Aircraft, Inc. reserves the right to make changes, including, but not limited to, changes in specifications, materials, equipment and/or prices at any time without prior notice. It is the responsibility of the pilot to conduct all operations in accordance with the approved Pilot’s Operating Handbook, which is the only official source of data.


For more information, call us at 877.359.7473 or click here to email us.