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Engine Ops Limits: TAKEOFF
 Time Limit: 5 min
 Max Observed ITT: 700
 N_{2}%: 96
 N_{1}%: 104
 Oil Px: 60 to 83
 Oil Temp: 10 to 121

Engine Ops Limits: MAX CONTINUOUS
 Time Limit: Continuous
 Max Observed ITT: 680
 N_{2}%: 96
 N_{1}%: 104
 Oil Px: 60 to 83
 Oil Temp: 10 to 121

Engine Ops Limits: IDLE
 Time Limit: Continuous
 Max Observed ITT: 580
 N_{2}%: 52
 Oil Px: 40
 Oil Temp: 40 to 121

Engine Ops Limits: STARTING
 Max Observed ITT: 550  600 4 sec
 600  700 2 sec
 700  720 1 sec
 Oil Temp: 40

Engine Ops Limits: TRANSIENT
 Max Observed ITT: 720 2 sec Max
 N_{2}%: 96
 N_{1}%: 106
 Oil Px: 95 for 90 sec
 Oil Temp: 135 (Max) (15 min Max)

Engine Ops Limits: NOTES
(1) Time limit starts when throttles first advanced for takeoff thrust.

Engine Ops Limits: NOTES
(2) Normal flight: Normal oil pressure is ___ to ___ psi at N_{2} speeds above ___%. Oil pressure below ___ psi is undesirable and should be tolerated only for the safe recovery of the flight, preferably at reduced power setting. Oil pressure below ____ psi is unsafe.
60; 83; 60; 60; 40

Engine Ops Limits: NOTES
(3) Under cold starting conditions, oil pressure between ___ psi and ___psi is limited to ___ seconds.
83; 95; 90

Engine Ops Limits: NOTES
(4) The ITT during ground starts should normally not exceed ___ ^{o}C.
550

Starter/Generator Limits:
GROUND  Max for each generator
280 amps

Starter/Generator Limits:
FLIGHT  Both generators operating
Up to 41,000 ft  280 amps

Starter/Generator Limits:
FLIGHT  One generator operating
Up to 32,500 ft  400 amps

Starter/Generator Limits:
FLIGHT  One generator operating
32,500 ft  41,000 ft  280 amps

Starter/Generator Limits:
Min battery voltage for battery start
22 volts DC

Starter/Generator Limits:
Max generator load prior to starting second engine
150 amps

Starter/Generator Limits:
Motoring of the starter is limited to:
 1st crank 30 sec then 5 min cooling
 2nd crank 30 sec then 15 min cooling
 3rd crank 30 sec then 60 min cooling

Airspeed & Mach Limits:
Extend flaps to 10 degrees
200 KIAS

Airspeed & Mach Limits:
Extend flaps > 10 degrees
170 KIAS

Airspeed & Mach Limits:
Flaps extended > 10 degrees
165 KIAS

Airspeed & Mach Limits:
Aircraft is limited to
 330 KIAS
 .78 MACH, whichever is less

Airspeed & Mach Limits:
Landing gear/lights
200 KIAS / FL200

Airspeed & Mach Limits:
Wipers
200 KIAS

Airspeed & Mach Limits:
Tire
165 KIAS

Fuel Limits:
Min/Max Fuel Temperature
40 ^{o}C / 50 ^{o}C

Fuel Limits:
Emergency Fuel / Min Fuel
300 lbs / 500 lbs

Fuel Limits:
Max Fuel Imbalance  T.O. / Touch & Go
100 lbs

Fuel Limits:
Max Fuel Imbalance  FLIGHT
300 lbs

Fuel Limits:
Max Fuel Imbalance  LANDING
300 lbs

Fuel Limits:
Fuel crossfeed with 2 engines operating is limited to level flight when less than ___ lbs of fuel remains in the wing tank supplying fuel
600

Takeoff & Landing Limits:
Max Crosswind (Icy): ___
10

Takeoff & Landing Limits:
Max Tailwind: ___
10

Takeoff & Landing Limits:
Max Crosswind (Dry): ___
25

Takeoff & Landing Limits:
Max Crosswind (Wet): ___
15

Weight Limits:
Max Takeoff Weight
16,100 lbs

Weight Limits:
Max Landing Weight
15,700 lbs

Enroute Limits:
Max Operating Altitude
FL410

Enroute Limits:
Yaw damper required operable for flight above
FL280

Enroute Limits:
Do not use autopilot below
200 ft AGL

AntiIce Limits:
Except for preflight checks and landing rollout, do not operate antiice systems during ground operations at temperatures above ___ ^{o}C OAT/SAT
10

AntiIce Limits:
Reduce throttles below ___N_{1}, prior to turning on engine or wing antiice.
90

AntiIce Limits:
Do not operate surface antiice systems inflight at ram air temperatures above ___ ^{o}C
10

AntiIce Limits:
To ensure proper wing antiice operation, the throttles must be kept at ___% N_{2} minimum
70

