*Do Not Use This Information For Flight Planning
Oil Type (>16°C)
Engine Type: Four cylinders, direct drive, horizontally opposed, air cooled, carburetor-equipped.
Propeller Type: two blades, fixed pitch.
System Description: The airplane is equipped with a standard fuel system consisting of two vented fuel tanks, a fuel tank selector valve, fuel strainer, manual primer, and carburetor. Fuel flows by gravity from one or both tanks to the fuel selector, through a fuel strainer to the carburetor. From the carburetor, the fuel/air mixture flows to the cylinders. The fuel selector should be in the BOTH position for takeoff, climb, descent, landing, and maneuvers that involve prolonged slips or skids. Operation from either the LEFT or RIGHT position is reserved for level cruising flight only
|Alternator||14 vlot, 60 amp||Battery||12 volt, 25 amp hour|
System Description: Power is supplied to most general electrical items through the primary bus. All avionics are powered by the avionics bus. The two busses are tied together through the avionics power switch, which also functions as a circuit breaker for the avionics bus. The avionics power switch should be turned off prior to starting the engine to prevent harmful transient voltages from damaging the avionics equipment. The ammeter shows a charge or discharge on the battery and should remain at or near the zero indication after a brief charging period.
|Main Tires||29 psi.||Nose Tire||31 psi.|
|Never Exceed Speed
Max. Structural Cruising Speed
Max. Flaps extended Speed
|BEST GLIDE SPEED
Stalling Speed, Flaps Up
Stalling Speed, Landing Configuration
Best Angle-of-Climb Speed, Sea Level
Best Rate-of-Climb Speed, Sea Level
Normal Approach, Flaps Up
Normal Approach, Flaps 40°
Soft Field Approach, Flaps 40°
Max. Demonstrated Crosswind Component