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  1. (T/F)  The aircraft shall be flown
    solo from the rear cockpit only?
    False
  2. Amber markings on engine instrumentation indicate:
    • Range where special
    • attention should be given
  3. The maximum allowable airspeed is:
    316 KIAS/ .67 MACH
  4. (T/F)  The maximum allowable
    airspeed (red striped) pointer is self adjusting for altitude on the Electronic
    Airspeed indicator?
    True
  5. (T/F)  The maximum allowable
    airspeed (red striped) pointer is not self adjusting for altitude on the
    Standby airspeed indicator?
    False – on the electronic airspeed indicator
  6. The “Green Arc” on the angle of attack indicator indicates:
    10-11 units
  7. The “White triangle (max range)” on the angle of attack indicator
    indicates:
    4.9 units
  8. The “Red Arc” on the angle of attack indicator indicates:
    18 units
  9. The “White Diamond (max endurance)” on the angle of attack indicator
    indicates:
    8.8 units
  10. If the maximum allowable airspeed limit is exceeded what will occur?
    • A red arc will appear between the indicated airspeed and the maximum
    • allowable airspeed pointer
  11. With the PMU OFF, permissible maximum Np is?
    100 ± 2%
  12. The oil quantity operating range is between full and ?
    • One quart low for normal
    • operation.
  13. What is the critical altitude, which is the altitude at which maximum
    sea level horsepower is no longer available?
    12,000 – 16,000 feet MSL
  14. With the PCL at MAX, the engine is rated to produce at least _______shp
    and indicate ____% torque below critical altitude on a standard day?
    1100, 100
  15. What is the time limit for operation at maximum power?
    No limit
  16. (T/F)  Sustained operation at
    maximum power may significantly reduce engine service life?
    True
  17. Maximum cruise power is the PCL position which yields an ITT ____°C below the observed
    maximum ITT at critical altitude, not to exceed 780°C.
    40°C
  18. Do not attempt a battery powered ground start if the battery voltage is
    below ____volts.
    23.5
  19. (T/F)  The starter duty cycle is
    limited to three 20 second cycles?
    False (four 20 second cycles)
  20. What is the cooling period for the first starter duty cycle?
    30 seconds
  21. What is the cooling period
    for the second starter duty cycle? (Dash 1, 5-8)
    2 minutes
  22. What is the cooling period
    for the third starter duty cycle? (Dash 1, 5-8)
    5 minutes
  23. What is the cooling period
    for the forth starter duty cycle? (Dash 1, 5-8)
    30 minutes
  24. Sustained propeller operation
    on the ground between _________Np is prohibited to prevent damage from ground
    resonance. (Dash 1, 5-8)
    62-80%
  25. The propeller overspeed limit
    is ____Np. (Dash 1, 5-8)
    110%
  26. What is the Maximum operating
    airspeed (Vmo) at and below 18, 769 feet MSL? (Dash 1, 5-8)
    316 KIAS
  27. Above 18, 769 feet MSL, what
    is the Maximum operating airspeed (Vmo)? (Dash 1, 5-8)
    .67 MACH
  28. What is the maximum airspeed
    with the flaps extended? (Dash 1, 5-8)
    150 KIAS
  29. What is the maximum airspeed
    during flap operation? (Dash 1, 5-8)
    150 KIAS
  30. The maximum airspeed with the landing gear extended (VLE) or
    during landing gear operation is?
    150 KIAS
  31. Maximum airspeed for flying
    through turbulence is _____KIAS. (Dash 1, 5-8)
    195
  32. (T/F)  Operating maneuvering speed (Vo) is the speed
    above which full or abrupt control movements can result in structural damage to
    the aircraft. (Dash 1, 5-8)
    True
  33. Operating maneuvering speed
    (Vo) is ______KIAS. (Dash 1, 5-8)
    227
  34. (T/F) 5 seconds is the
    inverted flight time limit? (Dash 1, 5-8)
    False (15 seconds)
  35. (T/F) 5 seconds is the
    Intentional zero-G flight time limit? (Dash 1, 5-8)
    True
  36. (T/F) Intentional spins are
    prohibited? (Dash 1, 5-8.1)
    False (intentional inverted spins are prohibited)
  37. (T/F) Intentional inverted
    stalls are not prohibited? (Dash 1, 5-8.1)
    False (they are prohibited)
  38. (T/F)  Spinning with the speed brake extended is
    prohibited? (Dash 1, 5-9)
    True
  39. What are the symmetric clean
    acceleration limits? (Dash 1, 5-9)
    +7.0 to –3.5 G’s
  40. What are the asymmetric clean acceleration
    limits? (Dash 1, 5-9)
    +4.7 to –1.0 G’s
  41. What are the asymmetric gear
    and flaps extended acceleration limits? (Dash 1, 5-9)
    +2.0 to 0.0 G’s
  42. What are the symmetric gear
    and flaps extended acceleration limits? (Dash 1, 5-9)
    +2.5 to 0.0 G’s
  43. For uncoordinated rolling maneuvers initiated at –1 G, the maximum bank
    angle change is _____ degrees.
    180
  44. (T/F)   If the rear pilot weight exceeds 250 lbs
    (including gear) the weight and balance of the aircraft shall be checked? (Dash
    1, 5-9)
    False (260 lbs)
  45. The weight and balance of the
    aircraft shall be checked to determine that gross weight and CG limitations are
    not exceeded for which of the following? (Dash 1, 5-9)
    • Baggage compartment is used.
    • Overwing refueling.
    • Both cockpits occupied
  46. What is the maximum takeoff
    weight? (Dash 1, 5-10)
    6500 lbs
  47. What is the maximum landing
    weight? (Dash 1, 5-10)
    6500 lbs
  48. The maximum weight in the
    baggage compartment is _____lbs. (Dash 1, 5-10)
    80
  49. (T/F) Use of the nose wheel
    steering for takeoff or landing is acceptable? (Dash 1, 5-10)
    False
  50. (T/F) Canopy defog must be
    off for takeoff and landing. (Dash 1, 5-10)
    True
  51. Maximum rate of descent at
    touchdown is _____ feet per minute. (Dash 1, 5-10)
    780
  52. Maximum crosswind component
    for takeoff and landing is ____knots. (Dash 1, 5-10)
    25
  53. (T/F) Maximum crosswind
    component for wet runway is 5 knots. (Dash 1, 5-10)
    False - 10kts
  54. Maximum tailwind component
    for takeoff is ____ knots. (Dash 1, 5-10)
    10
  55. Maximum permissible crosswind
    for and icy runway is ____ knots. (Dash 1, 5-10)
    5
  56. Taxi over raised arresting cables
    (such as BAK 9, BAK 12, and /or BAK 13) at? (Dash 1, 5-10)
    • As slow a speed as
    • possible.
  57. (T/F)  Operations in known icing conditions is
    permitted provided it is only trace icing. (Dash 1, 5-12)
    False  -  may not operate in any known icing conditions.
  58. (T/F)  Aerobatic operation is prohibited with
    indicated fuel quantities below 150 lbs total fuel (yellow arc on gage)? (Dash
    1, 5-12)
    False (150 lbs per side)
  59. Maximum lateral fuel
    imbalance is _____lbs. (Dash 1, 5-12)
    50
  60. The cockpit pressurization
    schedule limit is _________psi. (Dash 1, 5-12)
    3.6 ± .1
  61. (T/F) The cockpit P
    display changes to red and overpressurization safety valve opens at 3.9 psi.
    False (4.0 psi)
  62. The canopy shall not be opened on the ground when the surface winds
    exceed ___________.
    40 knots
  63. The ejection seat pilot weight limits of 121 minimum and 271 maximum
    include the following.
    Equipment and flight gear
  64. (T/F)  The aircraft is cleared to operate on soft
    surfaced runways (grass, gravel or similar). (Dash 1, 5-12)
    False (hard surfaced runways)

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