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1

Max ITT for start

1000* C

2

Time for ITT to start rising after fuel flow indication during start

10 seconds

3

Altitude/Airspeed parameters for ejection seat

0/0

4

Minimum speed to maintain while maneuvering to intercept ELP

120 KIAS

5

N1 with engine flameout (speeds below 8% not included)

0% within 5 seconds

6

Engine out glide speed

125 KIAS

7

Duration of Emergency O2

10 minutes

8

Consider rapid descent above this altitude if using emergency O2 to prevent depletion

20,000 MSL

9

Glide rotates N1 below 8% (indicate 0%) if engine flamed out (oil px = 0 psi)

125 KIAS

10

Airstart not recommended below

2,000' AGL

11

Airstarts are demonstrated below

20,000' MSL

12

Altitude lost during airstart procedure (at 125 KIAS glide)

1,200'

13

Time to complete airstart sequence

40 seconds

14

Airstart envelope (at or below 15,000' MSL)

125-200 KIAS

15

Airstart envelope (above 15,000' MSL)

135-200 KIAS

16

Time for prop to unfeather after N1 reaches ~45%

15-20 seconds

17

PCL to IDLE for PMU off airstart (look for ITT rise w/in 10 seconds or abort)

13% N1

18

Initial fuel flow during airstart

75-80

19

Amp reading after airstart

> 30 amps

20

Time for starter to drain battery if generator is not reset

10 minutes

21

Time for prop to come out of feather after PROP SYS CB is pulled

15-20 seconds

22

Minimum altitude uncontrolled ejection

6000 ft AGL

23

Indications of a steady state spin

120-135 KIAS and AOA 18+

24

Time standby attitude indicator will provide accurate info after loss of power

9 minutes

25

Time AUX battery provides STBY instruments/lighting, FIRE 1 and standby UHF

30 minutes

26

Torque max with CHIP or OIL PX lights illuminated

60%

27

Normal sustained oil pressure limits

90-120 psi

28

Time battery will last with but tie open

30 minutes

29

Generator is considered inoperative

25 volts and ammeter discharging

30

Reading if battery bus fails

0 volts and 0 amps

31

Engine fuel pressure below causes boost pump to automatically engage

32

Max engine time with high pressure fuel pump suction feeding

10 hours

33

Auto fuel balancing keeps fuel balance within

20 lbs

34

Fuel imbalance for two minutes triggers FUEL BAL light (fault in auto system)

30 lbs

35

Level of fuel that triggers L OR R FUEL LO anucnicator

36

EHYD PX LO light illuminates below

2400+/-150 psi

37

HYDR FL LO light illuminates below

1 qt

38

Pressure hydraulic system functions at a reduced capacity and speed

1800 - 2880 psi

39

Hydraulic pressure within green arc

2880-3120 psi

40

Minimum altitude for controllability check

6,000' AGL

41

Minimum speed during controllability check (or stick shaker or max deflection)

90 KIAS

42

Add to minimum controllable speed on final with structural change

20 KIAS

43

Maximum allowable airspeed

316 KIAS/0.67 Mach

44

Maximum torque for T/O

100%

45

Maximum torque transient for 20 seconds

131%

46

Maximum ITT for T/O

820* C

47

Maximum ITT idle

750* C

48

Max ITT for start (5 seconds)

1000* C

49

Max transient ITT (20 seconds)

870* C

50

Max N1

104%

51

Max Np, PMU off

100+/-2%

52

Emergency Max Np

110%

53

Normal Oil pressure range

90-120 psi

54

Max oil pressure during start

200 psi

55

Transient oil pressure range, aerobatics and spins only

40-130 psi

56

Minimum oil pressure at idle, aerobatics and spins only (5 seconds max)

15 psi

57

Normal oil temperature range

10* - 1-5*C

58

Min oil temperature for start

-40* C

59

Acceptable oil temperature, transient power, 10 minutes max

106-110* C

60

Normal hydraulic pressure

1800-3000 psi

61

Starter duty cycle

20 seconds

62

Cooling period before second start attempt

30 seconds

63

Cooling period before third start attempt

2 minutes

64

Cooling period before fourth start attempt

5 minutes

65

Cooling period before fifth start attempt

30 minutes

66

Gear/flap extension limit

150 KIAS

67

Max turbulence penetration airspeed

195 KIAS

68

Symmetric Vo

227 KIAS

69

Asymmetric Vo 5 seconds (Intentional zero g limit)

177 KIAS

70

Symmetric, clean

+7.0 to -3.5 Gs

71

Symmetric, gear/flaps extended

+2.5 to 0 Gs

72

Asymmetric, clean

+4.9 to -1.0 Gs

73

Asymmetric, gear/flaps extended

+2.0 to 0 Gs

74

Spins prohibited

below 10,000' MSL

75

Spins prohibited

above 22,000' MSL

76

When do you check CG

1. Rear pilot exceeds 260 lbs 2. Combined crew weight exceeds 500 lbs 3. Fuel exceeds 1100 lbs 4. Baggage compartment is used

77

Max ramp weight

6550 lbs

78

Max takeoff/landing weight

6500 lbs

79

Max zero fuel weight

5500 lbs

80

Max descent rate at touchdown

780 fpm

81

Max crosswinds

25 knots

82

Max tailwind for takeoff

10 knots

83

Aerobatics prohibited

84

Max fuel imbalance

50 lbs

85

High pressure fuel pump only limit

10 hrs

86

Ground ops temperature limits

-24*C (-9.4*F) to +43*C(109.4*F)

87

Apply equipment cooling chart

35*C (95*F)

88

Pressurization safety valve opens

4.0 +/- 0.1 psi

89

Canopy wind limits

40 knots

90

Min/Max Pilot weight (Nude) for ejection seat

103-245 lbs

91

Min/Max Pilot weight (with equipment) for ejection seat

121 - 271 lbs

92

Touchdowns in landing configuration have been accomplished up to this

110 KIAS

93

Touchdowns above this airspeed cause increased directional sensitivity and longer landing

100 KIAS

94

In environmental systems or defog duct triggers the DUCT TEMP light

300* F

95

Descend below with environmental system/pressurization failure

25,000 ft MSL

96

Speed to attain with runaway trim

110-150 KIAS

97

Stick pressure at approach speed with elevator trim failure at high speed cruise

10 lbs

98

Stick pressure at approach speed with aileron trim failure at high speed cruise

5 lbs

99

Stick pressure at approach speed with rudder trim failure at high speed cruise

20 lbs

100

Max speed with canopy shattered/damaged/gone or CANOPY light on

150 KIAS

101

CKPT PX light illuminates with this pressure differential

3.9+/- 0.1 psi

102

Cabin alt triggers CKPT ALT annunciator

19,000 MSL

103

Decompression above may trigger OBOGS light due to mode compensation

20,000' MSL

104

Recommended minimum ejection altitude (controlled)

2,000' AGL

105

Recommended minimum ejection altitude (uncontrolled)

6,000' AGL

106

Use MOR handle to deploy parachute & separate from seat in mountains

>8,000' AGL

107

Speed range for controlled ejection

125-180 KIAS

108

Ejection seat time to full chute (based on ISS BOTH, 271 lb pilot, 250 KIAS)

4.37 sec (Front)/4.00 sec (REAR)

109

Min altitude/airspeed for successful ejection with up to a 10,000 fpm sink rate

0/0

110

Min ejection altitude with 90 degree dive and 250 KIAS

850' AGL

111

Min ejection altitude inverted (level flight) with 250 KIAS

180' AGL

112

Additional terrain clearance to above numbers for each 1,000' MSL of altitude

Add 1%

113

Ejection seat chart not accurate above

8,000' MSL

114

Glide airspeed to high key

125 KIAS

115

Min speed until intercepting final on ELP

120 KIAS

116

Min speed on final during ELP

110 KIAS

117

Ditch into the wind instead of parallel the swells

Above 25 knots

118

Add this altitude to high, low, and base key with engine in idle due to no feathering

500 ft

119

Max descent rate for 125 KIAS glide, 4-6% torque, clean

1350 fpm

120

High key altitude

3,000' AGL

121

Low key altitude

1,500' AGL

122

Base key altitude

600-800' AGL

123

Torque to set for ELP, PEL, or to simulate zero thrust

4-6%

124

Minimum fuel to burn down to for landing with gear malfunction

100 lbs

125

Set PCL to fuel flow indication (expect 70-80 pph) for PMU off ground start

13% N1 minimum

126

If no rise in ITT, place PCL off and abort start

10 seconds after fuel flow indications

127

Approximate idle for PMU off ground start

67% N1

128

Placing PCL in idle before _____ during manual start may cause engine damage/overtemp

60% N1

129

FUEL PX light illuminates when _____

130

OIL PX light illuminates when ______

131

OBOGS TEMP light illuminates when _____

>200* F

132

At what fuel level triggers L/R FUEL LO indicator

110 lbs or 16 gallons (respective tank)

133

MAINT FDR light illuminates when

Memory is 80% full

134

At what do you utilize half lateral stick inputs or less performing sustained elevated G rolls

>180 KIAS

135

Best glide, clean airspeed

125 KIAS

136

Sink rate at best glide, clean airspeed

1100-1300 fpm

137

Best glide, gear down, flaps/speed brake up airspeed

105 KIAS

138

Sink rate at best glide w/gear down airspeed

1500 fpm

139

Zero thrust power setting

4-6% Torque

140

Full right rudder and full right aileron may not prevent a left roll off at stall

>60% Torque

141

Altitude loss during six turn, steady-state spin

4,500 ft

142

Nose high pitch attitude for best spin entry

15-20*

143

Parameters per turn, a stabilized spin

2-3 seconds, 400'-500', 120 KIAS, 18 AOA

144

Aggravated spin parameters

70* nose down, 280*/second turn

145

Altitude loss for spins

500'/turn, 1500' to 200' dive recovery

146

Recommended turbulence/t-storm penetration airspeed

180 KIAS

147

Windshear T/O

Vrot + (up to) 10

148

Wind shear approach

Vapp + (up to) 10

149

Approach/landing speed with ice accumulation on aircraft

Vapp + 10 (min)

150

Windshear recovery

15* pitch/110 KIAS min/10.5 AOA max/PCL MAX

151

Operations in visible moisture should be avoided

5* C/41* F (or below)

152

Hydroplaning can occur

153

MPH/1.15 =

KNOTS aka KIAS

154

Nose tire hydroplane

>85 knots

155

Main tire hydroplane

>115 knots

156

Power-up of the digital instruments may shorten instrument service life

157

Remove battery when temperature is below

-29* C (-20* F)

158

(*C x 1.8) + 32 =

*F

159

Standard day, sea level temperature

15* C (59* F)

160

Standard day, sea level pressure

29.921

161

Dry

23 RCR

162

Wet

12 RCR

163

Ice/Standing Water

5 RCR

164

Maximum brake energy absorption capability

3.96 million ft-lbs

165

Max abort speed reaction time

6 seconds (3 sec decision/3 sec application)

166

Airspeed increase during 6 second reaction at max abort speed

20 knots

167

Max crosswind

25 knots

168

Max crosswind, wet

10 knots

169

Max crosswind, ice

5 knots

170

Takeoff speed in gusty wind

T/O speed + 50% of gust speed (max of 10)

171

Charted performance climb speed

140 KIAS

172

Climb above this altitude may not be possible except clean configurations, 250 KIAS

15,000' MSL

173

Penetration descent, idle power, clean

316 KIAS/0.67 Mach

174

Rapid descent, idle power, speed brake extended

316 KIAS/0.67 Mach

175

Enroute descent, power as required, clean

220 KIAS/4000 fpm

176

Max range descent, power as required, clean

180 KIAS/1500 fpm descent

177

Decreased range for each 10 knots of headwind, clean

5%

178

Gusty wind landing

Vapp/LND + 50% of gust (max of 10)

179

Charted landing distance glidepath

3*