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Checkride Prep
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  1. Empty Weight
    4900lbs
  2. Max Takeoff Gross Weight
    6500lbs
  3. Max Shaft Horsepower
    1100lbs
  4. Shaft torque at 100% indicated
    2900 ft lbs
  5. Thrust at SL - zero speed
    2750 lbs
  6. Prop in low pitch (degrees from reference pane)
    15 degrees
  7. Prop Feathered (degrees from ref plane)
    86 Degrees
  8. Altitude which 100% torque is available
    12-16,000 MSL
  9. Oil Capacity
    18.5 Quarts
  10. Time which oil level must be serviced within
    30 mins
  11. Time which oil readings are most accurate
    15-20 mins
  12. Red OIL PX annunciator with PCL above idle
    40 psi
  13. Red Oil PX annunciator with PCL at Idle
    15 psi
  14. Amber OIL PX annunciator with PCL above idle
    40-90 psi (10 sec)
  15. Amber Oil PX annunciator with PCL at Idle
    15-40 psi
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  17. Power turbine output shaft speed
    30,000 RPM
  18. Prop operating speed
    2000RPM
  19. Propeller size and material
    97 inches, aluminum
  20. Mechanical overspeed governer w/ PMU
    106%
  21. Mechanical overspeed governer w/ no PMU
    100 +/- 2
  22. Ground mode at idle
    60% N1
  23. Flight Mode at Idle
    67% N1
  24. Np at idle above 10,000 ft MSL
    80% NP+
  25. PMU automatically switches to 28 VDC
    <40-50% Np
  26. PMU auto abort start if light off has not occured within
    10 secs
  27. PMU will abort auto start attempt
    if 940C for 2 sec, 870C for 4 sec, 940 for 19sec
  28. PMU will go offline ( amber dashes in IOAT and ITT counters, Removal of ITT pointers, PMU Fail)
    >121C
  29. N1 acceleration rate at which PMU will abort auto start
    < than 50%N1
  30. Starters and Ignitors are deenergized during auto start
    upon reaching 50% N1
  31. PCL may be advanced during auto start
    when at least 60% N1
  32. Max increase in power with PMU off
    280 SHP
  33. Max decrease in power with PMU off 550 SHP
  34. Usable fuel through single point refueling
    1100lbs
  35. additional fuel available using over the wing refueling
    100 lbs
  36. Ramp slope at which fuel is vented overboard through pressure relief valve
    >1%
  37. Amount and time for auto fuel balancing system before transfer valve closes
    >20 lbs for >30 sec
  38. FUEL BAL annunciator illuminates and auto balance system shuts off
    >30lbs within 2 mins
  39. Red FUEL PX annunciator is activated
    <10 psi
  40. Amber L FUEL LO and R FUEL LO annunciators are activated
    When less than 110 lbs in each/either wing
  41. Number of Fuel Probes
    7 (3 in each wing tank, 1 in the collector)
  42. Fuel Level outer fuel probes reads to...
    445 +/- 50 lbs
  43. Middle fuel probe leads to...
    308 +/- 50lbs
  44. Inner fuel probe reads to...
    20 lbs
  45. Minimum time provided by the fuel system for inverted flight
    15 sec
  46. Start/generator provides
    28VDC 300amp
  47. Battery provides
    24VDC, 42 amp-hr
  48. M
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  49. Auxiliary battery provides:
    24VDC, 5 amp-hr
  50. Battery volts at which external power should not be connected
    you need at least 22 VDC
  51. Time provided by the battery to power all items on the battery bus
    30 mins
  52. Number of hydraulic master cylinders for brake system
  53. Hydraulic system fluid capacity
    5 qts
  54. Pressure relief valve for primary hydraulic system
    3250-3500 psi
  55. Normal Hydraulic pressure
    3000 +/- 120 psi
  56. Minimum hydraulic pressure needed to power components
    1800 psi
  57. Amber HYDR FL LO annunciator illumintaes for primary hydraulic reservior
    < 1 qt
  58. Amber EHYD PX LO annunciator illuminates for the emergency accumulator
    2400 +/-150 psi
  59. Restricted flow rate to the emergency acculmulator
    > .25 GPM
  60. Hydraulic fluid loss limit by the hydraulic fuse
    .5 qts
  61. How long does it take to normally extend/retract the gears?
    6 sec
  62. PCL mid-range position
    87% N1
  63. Nose wheel turn limits (160 deg total)
    80 deg
  64. Takeoff flaps extension
    23 deg
  65. Landing flaps extension
    50 deg
  66. Speed brake extension
    70 deg
  67. Aileron travel limits
    20 deg up/ 11 deg down
  68. Elevator travel limits
    18 deg up/ 16 deg down
  69. Rudder travel limits
    24 deg left/right
  70. TAD provides further trim in addition to weight off wheels
    accelerates to 80 kias
  71. Standby attitude indicator accuracy with complete power loss
    +/- 6 deg for 9 minutes
  72. Accelerometer display range
    -6 to +10 G
  73. Accelerometer tolerance
    +/- .25 G
  74. Allowable difference between accelerometers in front and rear cockpit (notify maintenence if higher)
    <1 G
  75. Stall AOA
    18 units
  76. Normal approach speed AOA (1.3X) stall speed
    10-11 units
  77. Maximum endurance AOA (white diamond)
    8.8 units
  78. Maximum range AOA (white triangle)
    4.9 units
  79. Optimum approach airspeed (amber donut)
    100 KIAS
  80. Optimum approach speed decrease versus fuel used
    1 knot per 100lbs
  81. Stick shaker above stall speed
    5-10 knots
  82. Stick shaker AOA
    15.5 units
  83. Windscreen and front transparency bird strike limits
    4 lbs/ 270 KIAS
  84. Ejection seat capability up to what altitude and what airspeed?
    35,000' / 370 KIAS
  85. Ejection seat/ pilot seperation and parachute deployment delay
    14,000 to 16,000 MSL
  86. Seat/pilot seperation pending completion of TCTO...
    10,000' to 18,000' MSL
  87. Altitude for mountainous terrain which the MOR handle should be used
    8,000' MSL
  88. Emergency oxygen system supply duration
    10 mins (approx)
  89. Minimum oxygen cylinder pressure at 70 deg F
    1800 psi
  90. m
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  91. Front seat ejection delay with ISS both
    .37
  92. SSK lowered after man/seat seperation
    4-6 sec
  93. Inflow valve (bleed air) automatically closed with A/C on
    <7,500' MSL
  94. Amber DUCT TEMP annuciator (ECS)
    above 300 deg F
  95. G-suit safety valve
    >7 psig
  96. Temperature range that is maintained with the TEMP CONTROL set to auto
    60 to 90 deg F
  97. Heat exchanger bypass valve is moved to full close (ECS)
    > 165 deg F
  98. If the DEFOG switch is placed to OFF, how long can it take the electrically controlled defog valve to close?
    40 sec
  99. Altitude which 3.6 +/- 0.2 pressure differential is reached
    18,069 ft MSL
  100. Cockpit pressure altitude at 31,000' MSL
    16,600 ft
  101. Amber CKPT ALT annunciator illuminates if cockpit altitude rises above?
    19,000 ft
  102. Red CKPT PX annunciator illuminates when?
    Cockpit differential pressure exceeds 3.9 to 4.0 psi
  103. Fresh air valve is automatically closed when?
    Approaching 8000 ft pressure altitude
  104. RMU cursor automatically reverts to the top field
    If no inputs are attempted for 20 secs
  105. RMU direct tuning and transponder memory recall
    > 3 sec
  106. UHF/VHF & UHF backup memory capacity
    20 channels/frequencies
  107. NAV memory capacity
    10 channels/frequencies
  108. ELT transmission duration (battery powered)
    50 hrs
  109. EADI unusual attitude declutter > +30 deg NH, -20 deg NL, 65 deg bank
  110. EADI unusual attitude recovery (red chevrons)
    30-90 deg
  111. EHSI VOR CDI 1 dot indicates how many degrees off course?
    5 deg
  112. EHSI localizer & glideslope 1 dot (width of localizer/glideslope)
    0.25 deg x width of localizer
  113. EHSI GPS EN ROUTE, APR ARM, APR ACT 1 dot
    2.5, 0.5, 0.15 NM
  114. NACWS upward/downward pointing triangle with vertical separation displayed
    is +/- 400-900 ft
  115. NACWS upward/downward pointing triangle
    is +/- 1000-2700 ft
  116. NACWS rectangle is
    +/- 300 ft
  117. TAS normal mode range
    is +/- 2700 ft
  118. TAS above/below mode range
    is +/- 2700-8700 ft
  119. TAS tracking range/altitude
    40 NM / 10,000 ft
  120. GPS can store up to how many flight plans?
    25
  121. Max GPS waypoints per flight plan?
    30
  122. When will the GPS will flash prior to beginning of turn anticipation for waypoint
    20 seconds prior to the beginning of turn anticipation
  123. IDARS memory level when Green FDR MAINT illuminates
    80% full
  124. Aux bat capacity when light does not illuminate during aux bat test
    <50 %
  125. Aural tones are inaudible during engine start until engine gas generator indication is above what?
    50% N1
  126. OBOGS warm-up time when OBOGS fail light will be inhibited
    3 min
  127. Amber OBOGS TEMP annunciator
    greater than 200 deg F
  128. Oxygen concentration in NORMAL from sea level to 15,000' MSL
    25-70%
  129. Oxygen concentration in NORMAL from 15,000' to 31,000' MSL
    45-95%
  130. Oxygen concentration in MAX
    95% (5% inert gas)
  131. Maximum weight in baggage compartment
    80 lbs
  132. Main gear tire pressure (max)
    225 +/- 5 psi
  133. Main gear tire pressure
    185 +/- 5 psi
  134. Nose wheel tire pressure
    120 +/- 5 psi
  135. Acceptable external power voltage limits for off-station engine starts
    24.0 to 29.5 VDC
  136. Wind speed which aircraft should be moved to hanger
    >80 knots

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