R44 II Limitations

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R44 II Limitations
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  1. What is the color code for instrument markings?
    • Red
    • Red cross hatch
    • Yellow
    • Green
  2. What does the Red instrument marking mean?
    Indicates operating limits
  3. What does the Red cross hatch instrument marking mean?
    indicates power off Vne
  4. What does the yellow instrument marking mean?
    Precautionary or special operating procedure range
  5. What does the green instrument marking mean?
    Normal operating range
  6. Up to 3000 FT density altitude, what is the max speed for and autorotation?
    100 KIAS
  7. Up to 3000 FT density altitude, what is the max speed for over 2200 IBS TOGW?
    120 KIAS
  8. Up to 3000 FT density altitude, what is the max speed for 2200 IBS TOGW and below?
    130 KIAS
  9. If above 3000 FT density altitude how can you determine your max speeds?
    Refer to the Never Exceed Speed KIAS Placard on page 2-9
  10. When do you not exceed 100 KIAS?
    • With any door(s) removed
    • When operating at power above MCP
    • During an autorotation
  11. What is the minimum and maximum rotor speed limits with power on?
    • Tachometer Reading: 101% - 102%
    • Actual RPM: 404 - 408
  12. What is the minimum and maximum rotor speed limits with power off?
    • Tachometer Reading: 90% - 108%
    • Actual RPM: 432 - 360
  13. What is the maximum engine speed?
    2718 RPM (102%)
  14. What is the maximum cylinder head temperature?
    500° F (260° C)
  15. What is the maximum oil temperature?
    245° F (118° C)
  16. What is the minimum oil pressure during idle?
    25 psi
  17. What is the minimum oil pressure during flight?
    55 psi
  18. What is the maximum oil pressure during flight?
    95 psi
  19. What is the maximum oil pressure during start and warm up?
    115 psi
  20. What is the minimum oil quantity for take off?
    7 qt
  21. Where do you look to see your maximum manifold pressure?
    Refer to Limit Manifold Pressure placard on page 2-9
  22. What is the maximum gross weight?
    2500 ibs
  23. What is the minimum gross weight?
    1600 ibs
  24. What is the maximum weight per seat including the baggage compartment?
    300 ibs
  25. What is the maximum weight in any baggage compartment?
    50 ibs
  26. What is the minimum solo pilot plus forward baggage weight with all doors installed?
    150 ibs
  27. Where is the datum line located?
    100 inches forward of main rotor shaft centerline
  28. What kinds of flight are prohibited with an R44 II?
    • Aerobatic
    • Low-G cyclic pushovers
    • When govoner is selected off, except when in-flight system malfunctions and emergency procedure training
    • Flight in known icing conditions
  29. What is the maximum operating density altitude?
    14,000 FT
  30. What is the maximum operating altitude?
    9,000 FT AGL - to allow landing within 5 minutes in case of fire
  31. What seat can a pilot sit in for solo flight?
    Right seat only
  32. What is the minimum crew?
    1
  33. What systems must be operable for flight?
    • Alternator
    • RPM Governor
    • Low rotor RPM warning system
    • OAT gage
    • Hydraulic control system
    • also the forward seatbelt must be buckled
  34. What must be operational for night flight?
    • Landing lights
    • Anti collision lights
    • instrument lights
    • Navigation lights
  35. How must orientation be maintained during VFR at night?
    by visual reference to ground objects illuminated solely by lights on the ground or adequate celestial illumination
  36. What fuel grades are approved?
    • 100LL grade aviation fuel
    • 100/130 grade aviation fuel
  37. How many gallons of total capacity can the main gas tank hold?
    • With bladder: 30.5
    • Without bladder: 31.6
  38. How many gallons of usable capacity can the main gas tank hold?
    • With bladder: 29.5
    • Without bladder: 30.6
  39. How many gallons of total capacity can the auxiliary gas tank hold?
    • With bladder: 17.2
    • Without bladder: 18.5
  40. How many gallons of usable capacity can the auxiliary gas tank hold?
    • With bladder: 17.0
    • Without bladder: 18.3
  41. How many gallons of total capacity can both tanks of gas combined hold?
    • With bladder: 47.7
    • Without bladder: 50.1
  42. How many gallons of usable capacity can both tanks of gas combined hold?
    • With bladder: 46.5
    • Without bladder: 48.9
  43. What are the limits of the airspeed indicator?
    • Green arc: 0 - 130 KIAS
    • Red line: 130 KIAS
    • Red cross-hatch: 100 KIAS
  44. What are the limits of the rotor tachometer?
    • Green arc: 90% - 108%
    • Lower red line: 90%
    • Upper red line: 108%
  45. What are the limits of the engine tachometer?
    • Green arc: 101% - 102%
    • Lower red line: 101%
    • Upper red line: 102%
  46. What are the limits of the oil pressure gage?
    • Lower red line: 25 psi
    • Lower yellow arc: 25 - 50 psi
    • Green arc: 55 - 95 psi
    • Upper yellow arc: 95 - 115 psi
    • Upper red line: 115 psi
  47. What are the limits of the oil temperature gage?
    • Green arc: 75 - 245° F
    • Red line: 245° F
  48. What are the limits of the cylinder head temperature gage?
    • Green arc: 200 - 500° F
    • Red line: 500° F
  49. What are the limits of the manifold pressure gage?
    • Green arc: 15.0 - 23.3 in. Hg
    • Yellow arc: 19.1 - 26.1 in. Hg
    • Red line: 26.1 in. Hg
  50. What is the recommended speed for takeoff and climbs?
    60 KIAS
  51. What is the recommended speed for maximum rate of climb (Vy)?
    55 KIAS
  52. What is the recommended speed for maximum range?
    100 KIAS
  53. What is the recommended speed for landing approach?
    60 KIAS
  54. What is the recommended speed for autorotation?
    70 KIAS

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