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Empty Weight

4900 lbs

2

Max Takeoff Weight

6500 lbs

3

Max Shaft Horsepower

1100

4

Oil Capacity

18.5 quarts

5

OIL PX annunciator with PCL above idle

40 psi

6

OIL PX annunciator with PCL at idle

15 psi

7

Turbine output shaft speed

30,000 RPM

8

Prop operating speed

2,000 RPM

9

Ground mode at idle

60% N1

10

Flight mode at idle

67% N1

11

PMU managed minimum above 10K

80% N1

12

Ignition and boost pump deactivated during auto start

50% N1

13

Fuel pressure switch limit, turns on BP

10 psi

14

Manual Motor after aborted start/inverted flight limit

20 seconds

15

Normal Wing Tank capacity

530 lbs

16

Collector tank capacity

40 lbs

17

SPR refueled full fuel load

1100 lbs

18

Over Wing refueled full fuel load

1200 lbs

19

(for 2 minutes) Imbalance where FUEL BAL annunciator illuminated

30 lbs

20

Auto Fuel Balance

20 lbs

21

Middle Fuel probe

445 (+/- 50) lbs

22

Inner Fuel probe

308 (+/- 50) lbs

23

Collector tank pressurized by transfer jet pumps

1 to 1.5 psi

24

L or R FUEL LO annunciator illuminated

110 lbs

25

Starter/Generator output

28 VDC (300 amp)

26

Main battery output

24 VDC (40A HR)

27

Aux Battery output

24 VDC (5A HR)

28

Hydraulic Pressure

3,000 psi

29

Hydraulic system total capacity

1.25 gal = 5 quarts

30

Hydraulic reservoir capacity

0.6 gal

31

Min Hydraulic pressure to operate NW steering, gear, flaps, speed brake

1800 psi

32

Fuel pressure supplied by engine driven low pressure fuel pump

40 psi

33

Fuel pressure supplied by engine driven high pressure fuel pump

400/700 psi

34

Max Hydraulic volume allowed past the hydraulic fuse

45 cubic inches

35

Hydraulic pressure relief valve opens

3250 to 3500 psi

36

EHYD PX LO annunciator illuminates

2400 (+/- 150) psi

37

HYDR FL LO annunciator illuminates

1 qt

38

Normal Gear extension/retraction time

6 seconds

39

Gear warning horn sounds if airspeed is below 120

87% N1

40

NWS range

24*

41

Flap deflection in TO

23*

42

Flap deflection in LDG

50*

43

Speed brake deflection when deployed

70*

44

TAD active with no weight on wheels

80 knots

45

Below this Mach is blanked on airspeed indicator

0.40 Mach

46

Stall

18 AOA

47

On speed

10 to 11 AOA

48

On speed AOA

1.3 VSI

49

Max Endurance

8.8 AOA

50

Max Range

4.9 AOA

51

Optimum approach speed decrease rate

1 knot/100 lbs

52

Optimum max range AOA altitude

25,000' MSL

53

Pre-stall stick shaker

5-10 kts (15.5 units)

54

Ejection seat limits

0'/0 KIAS to 35,000'/370 KIAS

55

Automatic seat man separation

10,000' to 18,000' MSL

56

ISS BOTH rear seat ejection delay

0.37 seconds

57

Bleed air inflow prevented with A/C clutch engaged

58

Automatically maintained until 18,000' MSL (3.6+/- 0.1 paid)

8,000' cockpit P/A

59

CKPT ALT annunciator illuminated

19,000' cockpit P/A

60

CKPT PX annunciator illuminated

3.9+/-0.1 psid

61

DUCT TEMP annunciator illuminated

300* F

62

RMU cursor automatically reverts to UHF field

20 seconds

63

UHF/VHF memory

20 frequencies

64

NAV memory

10 frequencies

65

ELT transmission limit (battery limited)

50 hours

66

EADI declutters

> +30*/-20* pitch or 65* roll

67

Full EADI presentation reappears after unusual attitude

68

NACWS display time limit after trigger is released

7 seconds

69

NACWS landing mode

1.5 NM range

70

NACWS vertical separation alert (enroute mode)

+/- 2700'

71

NACWS vertical separation alert (landing mode)

+/- 500'

72

NACWS rectangle with digits

less than or equal to +/- 300'

73

NACWS upward/downward pointing triangle with digits

greater than +/- 400' to 900'

74

NACWS upward/downward pointing triangle with no digits

greater than +/- 1000' to 2700'

75

GPS self test indications

34.5 NM, 315 DTK, 130* bearing

76

GPS user defined waypoints

250

77

GPS stored flightplans

25

78

Max waypoints per flight plan

30

79

Flash prior to turn to next waypoint

20 seconds

80

CDI full scale deflection, enroute mode

+/- 5 NM

81

CDI full scale deflection, approach arm

+/- 1 NM

82

CDI full scale deflection, approach active

+/- 0.3 NM

83

Enroute to Approach arm

30 NM

84

Approach to Active arm

2 NM

85

FDR annunciator illuminates

80% full

86

AUX BAT powers what?

Standby Instruments, Standby UHF, Standby Lighting, FIRE 1

87

OBOGS TEMP annunciator illuminates

200* F

88

NORMAL O2 concentration, sea level to 15,000' MSL

25% - 75%

89

NORMAL O2 concentration, 15,000' to 31,000' MSL

45% - 95%

90

O2 concentration, MAX selected

95%

91

OBOGS warm-up time (after engine start). BIT Length?

3 minutes

92

OBOGS FAIL annunciator extinguishes during BIT test

less than or equal to 2 minutes

93

Baggage compartment weight limit

80 lbs

94

Icing inhibitor mix

0.5 pint to 50 gal fuel

95

External Power Requirements

28 - 28.5 VDC/1000 - 1500 Amps

96

Main gear tire pressure

185 +/- 5 psi

97

Nose wheel tire pressure

120 +/- 5 psi

98

4 on each wing, 9 on elevator

17 static wicks

99

Sufficient battery voltage for start

23.5 VDC

100

Minimum main gear strut extension

2.0 inches

101

Minimum nose gear strut extension

2.5 inches

102

Delay between ejections w/ISS in both

0.37 seconds

103

LOW AOA (amber donut)

10.5 units

104

HIGH AOA (green chevron)

18 units

105

PMU FAIL/temperature limit for start

121 degrees C

106

use HIGH IOAT START procedure

80 degrees C

107

max ITT for auto start

130 degrees C

108

Time for STARTER SWITCH MANUAL to cool IOAT or clear residual fuel

20 seconds

109

Stay clear area from aircraft with engine running

3 feet

110

Minimum IDLE on ground

60% N1

111

Prohibited range of stabilized prop speed on the ground

62 - 80% Np

112

Idle with PMU off during overspeed gov check

67% N1

113

Np at approximately 30% torque during overspeed gov check

100%

114

Np limit with PMU off during overspeed gov check

100+/-2%

115

Max amps limit for T/O

+50 amps

116

Setting to check engine instruments for T/O check

25-30% torque

117

Degrees nose up for rotation

7-10

118

Gusty wind T/O

1/2 gust factor (up to 10 knots)

119

Pitch and speed for obstacle clearance climb

15 degrees NH and 140 KIAS

120

Check OBOGS and defog

10,000 ft

121

Increase in ITT w/defog on at any PCL setting

40* C

122

ITT limit as controlled by PMU

820* C

123

Required pressure differential above 18,000 ft MSL

3.6+/-0.1 psi

124

Max fuel imbalance for pre-stall, spinning and aerobatic checks

50 lbs

125

Power and descent rate desired for enroute descent

200-250 KIAS and 4,000 fpm (8,000-11,000 fpm acceptable with idle/speed brake)

126

Holding speed

150 KIAS

127

Penetration descent parameters

2000-4000 fpm and 200-250 KIAS

128

Speed on instrument approach before configuring and during missed approach

150 KIAS

129

Speed on instrument final w/gear and flaps T/O

110 KIAS

130

Speed on outside downwind (clean)

200 KIAS

131

Speed on initial (USAF/USN)

200 KIAS

132

Min speed on downwind (USAF)

120 KIAS

133

Min speed on final turn (USAF/USN)

110 KIAS

134

Speed on final with flaps LDG (USAF/USN)

100 KIAS

135

Speed on final with flaps T/O (USAF/USN)

105 KIAS

136

Speed on final with no flaps (USAF/USN)

110 KIAS

137

Gusty wind threshold and touchdown speeds

1/2 gust factor (up to 10 KIAS)

138

Normal touchdown speed (depending on flap setting)

80-95 KIAS

139

Braking above this airspeed, is to be done with great caution

80 KIAS

140

Check oil WITHIN (min) after landing to be max hot

30 minutes

141

Max time to apply power to pitot/AOA heating elements on ground

10 seconds

142

Min volume of MIL 85470 ice inhibitor to be added to fuel (1/2 pint/50 gal)

0.1-0.15%

143

Max slope approved for fueling

3 degrees

144

Time limit for LH and RH single point refueling recheck valves to shut

10 seconds

145

Ground power specifications required

28-28.5 VDC/1000 amps for 5 sec/500 amps for 2 min/300 amps continuous

146

Main gear tire pressure

225+/-5 psi

147

Nose gear pressure

120+/-5 psi

148

Wind speed to consider hangaring aircraft

80 knots

149

Max nose wheel deflection while towing

80 degrees