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  1. time for ITT to start rising after fuel flow indication during start
    10 sec
  2. minimum speed to maintain while maneuvering to intercept ELP
    120 kias
  3. N1 with engine flameout (speeds below 8% not indicated)
    0% within 5 seconds
  4. altitude lost during airstart procedure (at 125 KIAS glide)
    1200 feet
  5. airstart not recommended below
    2000 AGL
  6. airstarts are demonstrated below
    20,000 feet MSL
  7. time to complete airstart sequence
    40 seconds
  8. airstart envelope (above 15,000 feet MSL)
    135-200 KIAS
  9. airstart envelope (at or below 15,000 feet MSL)
    125-200 KIAS
  10. time for prop to unfeather after N1 reaches approximately 45%
    15-20 seconds
  11. – PCL to idle for PMU off airstart (look for ITT rise w/in 10 seconds or abort)
    13% N1
  12. initial fuel flow during airstart
    75- 80
  13. – amp reading after airstart
    Above 30 Amps
  14. time for starter to drain battery if generator is not reset
    10 minutes
  15. – time for prop to come out of feather after prop sys CB is pulled
    15-20 seconds
  16. minimum altitude uncontrolled ejection
    6000 feet AGL
  17. time standby attitude indicator will provide accurate info after loss of power
    9 minutes
  18. – time aux battery provides stby instruments/lighting, fire 1 and standby UHF
    30 minutes
  19. torque max with CHIP or OIL PX lights illuminated
    60%
  20. normal sustained oil pressure limits
    90-120 psi
  21. time battery will last with bus tie open
    30 minutes
  22. – generator is considered inoperative
    25 volts and ammeter discharging
  23. reading if battery bus fails
    0 volts 0 amps
  24. engine feed fuel pressure below causes boost pump to automatically engage
    10 psi
  25. max engine time with high pressure fuel pump suction feeding
    10 hours
  26. auto fuel balancing keeps fuel balance within
    20 lbs
  27. fuel imbalance for two minutes triggers FUEL BAL light (fault in auto system)
    30 lbs
  28. – level of fuel that triggers L or R FUEL LO annunciator
    110 lbs (16 gallons)
  29. – EHYD PX LO light illuminates below
    2400 ± 150 psi
  30. – HYDR FL LO light illuminates below
    1 qt
  31. pressure hydraulic system functions at a reduced capacity & speed
    1800 psi - 2880psi
  32. hydraulic pressure w/in green arc
    2880-3120 psi
  33. minimum altitude for controllability check
    6000 ft AGL
  34. – minimum speed during controllability check (or stick shaker or max deflection)
    90 KIAS
  35. add to minimum controllable speed on final with structural damage
    20 KIAS
  36. touchdowns in landing configuration have been accomplished up to this
    110 KIAS
  37. touchdowns above this cause increased directional sensitivity & longer landing
    100 KIAS
  38. in environmental systems or defog duct triggers the DUCT TEMP light
    300 degrees F
  39. descend below with environmental system/pressurization failure
    25,000 feet MSL
  40. – speed to attain with runaway trim
    110-150 KIAS
  41. stick pressure at approach speed with elevator trim failure at high speed cruise
    10 lbs
  42. stick pressure at approach speed with aileron trim failure at high speed cruise
    5 lbs
  43. – stick pressure at approach speed with rudder trim failure at high speed cruise
    20 lbs
  44. max speed with canopy shattered/damaged/gone or CANOPY light on
    150 KIAS
  45. – CKPT PX light illuminates with this pressure differential
    3.9± 0.1 psi
  46. – cabin alt triggers CKPT ALT annunciator
    19,000 MSL
  47. decompression above may trigger OBOGS light due to mode compensation
    20,000 feet MSL
  48. recommended minimum ejection altitude (controlled)
    2000 feet AGL
  49. recommended minimum ejection altitude (uncontrolled)
    6000 feet AGL
  50. – Use MOR handle to deploy parachute & separate from seat in mtns.
    >8,000 feet AGL
  51. – speed range for controlled ejection
    125-180 KIAS
  52. Ejection seat time to full chute
    • 4.37 sec (FRONT)/4.00 sec (REAR)
    • (based on ISS BOTH, 271 pound pilots, 250 KIAS)
  53. – min altitude/airspeed for successful ejection with up to a 10,000 fpm sink rate
    0/0
  54. – min ejection altitude with 90 degree dive and 250 KIAS
    850 feet AGL
  55. min ejection altitude inverted (level flight) with 250 KIAS
    180 feet AGL
  56. additional terrain clearance to above numbers for each 1000 ft MSL of altitude
    Add 1%
  57. ejection seat chart not accurate above
    8000 feet MSL
  58. min speed on final during ELP
    110 KIAS
  59. ditch into the wind instead of parallel the swells
    Above 25 knots
  60. – add to high, low, and base key with engine in idle due to no feathering
    500 feet
  61. max descent rate for 125 KIAS glide, 4-6% torque, clean
    1350 fpm
  62. base key
    600-800 feet AGL
  63. minimum fuel to burn down to for landing with gear malfunction
    100 lbs
  64. – set PCL to fuel flow indication (expect 70-80 pph) for PMU off ground start
    13% N1 minimum
  65. if no rise in ITT, place PCL off and abort start
    10 seconds after fuel flow indications
  66. approximate idle for PMU off ground start
    67% N1
  67. – approximate idle for PMU off ground start
    67% N1
  68. FUEL PX light illuminates
    <10 psi fuel px
  69. – OIL PX light illuminates
    <40 psi above idle or 15 psi at idle
  70. – OBOGS TEMP light illuminates
    200 degrees F
  71. fuel level which triggers L/R FUEL LO
    110 lbs or 16 gallons (respective tank)

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