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Old 04-18-2017, 06:45 AM
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Can anyone point to an official Lycoming definition of "continuous operation"?

Originally Posted by Plummit View Post
As I'm climbing over the runway I start twisting the prop control back to 2500 RPM. At the end of the runway I'll bring the flaps up into reflex and then start pulling the throttle back to 25 inches for the climb. I also lower the nose to get some more speed (read cooling). I'll then bring the mixture back to somewhere around 16 GPH. This is at my home airport which is basically sea level.
Interesting...straight to LOP at 25/2500 to keep CHT down?
Dan Horton
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