Shotgun Questions Day 13

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  1. 1. What is the torque setting for power on stalls?
    A: 30-60%
  2. 2. What is the pitch attitude for power on stalls?
    A: 15-40 degrees
  3. 3. What is the bank angle for power on stalls?
    A: 20-30 degrees
  4. 4. For ELP stalls set the torque to _____ and fly at _____ knots.
    A: 4-6%, 125
  5. 5. How much altitude does this stall require?
    A: 300 feet
  6. 6. What is the recovery picture for an ELP stall with the gear extended?
    A: prop arc on the horizon
  7. 7. How much altitude will an ELP stall with the gear extended take?
    A: 800 feet
  8. 8. How much altitude will an ELP stall with gear and takeoff flaps extended take?
    A: 900 feet
  9. 9. If you get a stall indication in the traffic pattern, should you comply with normal groundtrack?
    A: No
  10. 10. What airspeed is needed to start traffic pattern stalls in the MOA?
    A: 120 knots
  11. 11. What power setting is used during traffic pattern stalls?
    A: idle
  12. 12. What airspeed is used prior to initiating the landing attitude stall?
    A: 100 knots
  13. 13. What are the airspeeds and flap settings for slow flight?
    A: LDG 80-85 knots, T/O 85-90, UP 90-95
  14. 14. Can the stick shaker be on during slow flight?
    A: Yes
  15. 15. The correct procedure to recover from inverted flight is?
    A: Roll in the shortest direction to the level-flight attitude
  16. 16. Do not apply back-stick pressure during a nose low recovery unless:
    A: the wings are less than 90 degrees
  17. 17. Should a nose low recovery involve max available g loading?
    A: only if altitude is critical
  18. 18. What power setting is used for a nose high recovery?
    A: MAX
  19. 19. What should you do if the aircraft does not immediately respond in a nose high recovery?
    A: recover using OCF procedures
  20. 20. What is the airspeed and torque setting for a stab demo?
    A: 160 knots, 60%
  21. 21. What is the pitch attitude for a stab demo?
    A: 45 degrees
  22. 22. When do you recover from a stab demo?
    A: 80 knots or at first stick shaker
  23. 23. What airspeed should you be at prior to decelerating for a spin?
    A: 120 knots
  24. 24. What is the pitch attitude and airspeed at spin entry?
    A: 15-20 degrees nose high, approximately 80 knots
  25. 25. How many fire detection systems are installed on the aircraft?
    A: 2
  26. 26. Does flattening, denting, kinking, or twisting affect the fire detection system?
    A: No
  27. 27. Where does power for Fire 1 come from?
    A: Battery bus
  28. 28. Where does power for Fire 2 come from?
    A: Generator Bus
  29. 29. Pulling the EMERGENCY FIREWALL SHUTOFF HANDLE does what?
    A: Cuts off fuel flow and hydraulic flow to the engine and cuts off bleed air and hydraulic flow from the engine

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