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New Pricing for 2020

Thank you to all of you early adopters who took advantage of pre-certification and early FAA certification pricing prior to 12/31/2019.


We established our target prices of all 4- and 6-cylinder SIMS more than 5 years ago! During that time, more than 1,000 of you took the leap of faith and helped us prove the products were ready for the market at those target prices. That was a long time to hold our early speculative price, but we were able to do it through the end of 2019.


But during those five years of planning, developing, testing and certification, nearly all of our costs increased. That is why beginning January 1, 2020, all SIM's we have had to institute a small price increase. 4-cylinder SIMS are now priced at $1,395 and 6-cylinder SIMS are now priced at $1,695. We are confident you will continue to find the value and ROI of replacing your mechanical magneto(s) with a SureFly electronic SIM still far outpaces the cost by hundreds if not thousands of dollars over the products' 2,400 hour lifespan.


All of here at SureFly sincerely appreciate your understanding and continued support.

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