Not sure whether you are asking about replacing an existing one, or are asking about a from-scratch installation. Replacement is usually easier than a new mounting. Make sure you check the old cable before reusing it.

The CI-157, or its clone, is what all our planes came with (cat-whiskers). Some faster planes use "towel bars" or "blades". Some planes have the cat-whiskers faced forward, and others aft. Probably makes little difference to performance, or drag. Here is a link to a thorough description.
http://www.comant.com/htmls/ci157_p.html

----- Original Message -----
From: jm8995
To: musketeermail@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Thursday, May 19, 2005 12:31 PM
Subject: [musketeermail] Vertical fin antenna


Just wondering how difficult it is to install a VOR/LOC/GS antenna on
the vertical fin for a navigation system. I have an older beacon up
there. Is is worth me trying.

The antenna I am thinking about buying is the CI 157 I believe. Also,
are there belly or top fuselage alternatives.

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