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1

Engine
Maximum Torque
Takeoff / Max _____ %

100

2

Engine
Maximum Torque
Transient _____ %
( _____ Seconds)

131
20

3

Engine
Maximum Torque
Torque above _____ %
is indicative of a system malfunction

102

4

Engine
Maximum ITT
Idle _____ C

750

5

Engine
Maximum ITT
Takeoff / Max _____ C

820

6

Engine
Maximum ITT
Transient _____ C
(Up to _____ Seconds)

870
20

7

Engine
N1
Idle _____ to _____ % Ground

60 to 61

8

Engine
N1
Idle _____ % (Min) Flight

67

9

Engine
Np
Idle _____ to _____ %

46 to 50

10

Engine
Np
Takeoff / Max _____ %,
( _____ %+/- _____ % PMU Off)

100
100
2
PMU Off

11

Engine
Np
Avoid stabilized ground operations from _____ to _____ % Np

62 to 80

12

Engine
Oil Pressure
Takeoff / Max _____ to _____ PSI

90 to 120

13

Engine
Oil Pressure
Aerobatics / Spins _____ to _____ PSI

40 to 130

14

Engine
Oil Pressure
Aerobatics / Spins (Idle) ____ to ____ PSI
( ____ Sec)

15 to 40
5 Sec

15

Engine
Oil Temp
Takeoff / Max ____ to ____ C

10 to 105

16

Engine
Oil Temp
Transient ____ to ____ C ( ____ Minutes)

106 to 110
10 Minutes

17

Prohibited Maneuvers
_____ Stalls

Inverted

18

Prohibited Maneuvers
_____ Spins

Inverted

19

Prohibited Maneuvers
Aggravated _____

spins past 2 turns

20

Prohibited Maneuvers
Spins with the PCL _____

above idle

21

Prohibited Maneuvers
Spins with the _____, _____, or _____ extended

landing gear
flaps
speed brake

22

Prohibited Maneuvers
Spins with the _____

PMU off

23

Prohibited Maneuvers
Spins below _____ feet pressure altitude

10,000

24

Prohibited Maneuvers
Spins above _____ feet pressure altitude

22,000

25

Prohibited Maneuvers
Abrupt _____ maneuvers

cross-controlled (snap)

26

Prohibited Maneuvers
Aerobatic maneuvers, spins, or stalls with greater than _____ pounds fuel imbalance

50

27

Prohibited Maneuvers
_____ slides

Tail

28

Airspeed Limitations
Max Airspeed Gear and/or Flaps
_____ KIAS

150

29

Airspeed Limitations
Max Operating Speed ____ KIAS or ____ Mach

316
0.67

30

Airspeed Limitations
Full rudder deflection above ____ KIAS will exceed the limits of the rudder control system

150

31

Starting
Starter Limit: ____ Seconds

20

32

Starting
Wait ____ Sec, ____ Min, ____ Min, ____ Min after each start attempt

30 Sec
2 Min, 5 Min, 30 Min

33

Starting
Maximum ITT ____ C for ____ Sec
(Do Not Attempt Restart)

1,000 C
5 Sec
(Do Not Attempt Restart)

34

Starting
Maximum Oil Pressure ____ PSI

200

35

Starting
Minimum Oil Temperature ____ C

-40

36

Starting
Minimum Battery Voltage ____ V

23.5

37

Pressurization
Normal Above 18,000 Ft MSL ____ +/- ____ PSI

3.6 +/- 0.2

38

Pressurization
Overpressurization Valve Opens ____ PSI

4.0

39

Fuel
Normal Recovery Fuel ____ Pounds

200

40

Fuel
Minimum Fuel ____ Pounds ( ____ Pounds Solo)

150
200
Solo

41

Fuel
Emergency Fuel ____ Pounds ( ____ Pounds Solo)

100
100
Solo

42

Fuel
Minimum Fuel for Aerobatics ____ Pounds per side

150

43

Runway
Minimum Runway Length ____ Feet

4,000

44

Runway
Minimum Runway Width ____ Feet

75

45

Max Crosswinds
Dry Runway ____ Knots

25

46

Max Crosswinds
Wet Runway ____ Knots

10

47

Max Crosswinds
Icy Runway ____ Knots

5

48

Max Crosswinds
Touch-and-Go ____ Knots

20

49

Max Crosswinds
Formation Takeoff / Landing ____ Knots

15

50

Max Crosswinds
Maximum Tailwind Component for Takeoff
____ Knots

10

51

Max Crosswinds
Maximum Wind with Canopy Open ____ Knots

40

52

Acceleration Limits
Symmetric Clean ____ to ____ Gs

-3.5 to 7.0

53

Acceleration Limits
Symmetric Gear / Flaps ____ to ____ Gs

0 to 2.5

54

Acceleration Limits
Asymmetric Clean ____ to ____ Gs

-1.0 to 4.7

55

Acceleration Limits
Asymmetric Gear / Flaps ____ to ____ Gs

0 to 2.0

56

Intentional Spin Entry
Minimum Altitude for Entry ____ Feet MSL

13,500

57

Intentional Spin Entry
Minimum Cloud Clearance ____ Feet above clouds

7,000

58

Icing
Maximum Icing Band / Icing Type ____ Feet / ____

5,000
light rime

59

Temperature
Ground operation is limited to ambient temperatures of ____ to ____ C

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