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Wingspan
25 Feet 3 Inches
HUD Field of View/Instantaneous FOV From Combat Eye and Design Eye
24 Degrees/ 17 Degrees/ 15 Degrees
Gross Weight
12,700lbs
MIL/MAX Thrust
2,050/2900lbs
Length of Ignition
30 Seconds (Indefinite if Button is Held)
Avoid Throttle Bursts From IDLE to MIL in How Many Seconds
1 Second
EED Displays at Max Brightness
If Battery Has Less Than 22 Volts
T Button Held on EED Selects Calibration After How Many Seconds
15 Seconds
RPM Indicator Range
0-110%
EGT Indicator Range
0-1200 Degrees
NOZ Indicator Range
0-99%
Oil Indicator Range
0-80 PSI
MAX Fuel Flow at Sea Level on Standard Day
7300lbs/hr
MAX Fuel Flow at Sea Level on Standard Day at Mach 1
11,400lbs/hr
AC Generator Output
320-480 Cycles Per Second
Gearbox Shift Range
65-75%
Maneuvering Between __ and __ Increases Susceptibility to Stall/Flameout
28,000ft and 0.6 IMN
Grey Area on Flameout Susceptibility Restrict Throttle Movements To How Quick
1 Inch in 3 Seconds
EGT Droop Conditions and Indications
Low Altitude/500kts/3% Nozzle
Idle Decay Prevention
Maintain 80% When Less Than 200 KCAS and Above 20,000ft
Gravity Feed Provides Sufficient Fuel to MAX at What Altitude
25,000ft (6,000 Guaranteed/15,000 Occurences)
Fuel Low When EITHER System INDICATES
250 +- 25 For More Than 7.5 Seconds
Fuel Imbalance Indications Begin at ___lbs With White and Greater Than ___lbs with Red
60lbs and >200lbs
If One Fuel System Has Less Than ___ Boost Pump Output is Reduced ____
650lbs and 40%
Voltage of AC System
115/200
Transformer Rectifier Amperage
50amps
Voltage of Battery
24 Volts
Generator Cut-In Speed
43-48%
Oil System Contains ___qts of Oil, With Expansion of ___qts
4qts and 1qt
Oil May be Burnt Up to ___pints per Hour
1 Pint
Pressure of Hydraulic Systems
3,000 PSI Each
Hydraulic Lights Come on At ___ and Go Out at ___
1,500PSI and 1,800PSI
Landing Gear Extension/Retraction Time
6 Seconds
Landing Gear Warning System Activates When
210kts or Less, 10,000ft +-750ft, Both Throttles Below 96%
Landing Gear Warning Tones Don't Deactivate Until Accelerating Through
240kts
Landing Gear Alternate Release Handle Extension Length and Time
10 Inches; 15-35 Seconds
Nose Gear Extended __ Provides ___ Rudder Deflection (Both Answers)
Less Than 3/4; 6 Degrees and 3/4 or More; 30 Degrees
The Majority of Slab Compensation Occurs in the First ___ % of Flap Movement
35%
Pressurization Schedule
<8,000 = Ambient; 8,000-23,000 = 8,000 +-1,000; >23,000 = Alt-6,000 / 2 +-2,000
Engine Anti Ice On/Off Schedule
Requires 80%, Turns on Below 65% Automatically
At Engine Speeds of __ Anti-Ice Increases EGT ___
94-98%; 15 Degrees
Loss Of Thrust at MIL and MAX Due to Anti-Ice
9% Loss in MIL; 6.5% Loss in MAX
All AOA Lights May Light, No Maintenance is Required Unless They Stay On For ___
2 Minutes
Birdstrikes at ___ Can Damage Windscreen and Hit the HUD
400kts
Avoid Opening the Canopy When Relative Wind Exceeds __
30 kts
Front Canopy Jettisons First Then __ Seconds Later the Rear Canopy With the D-Handle
1 Second
Aneroid Delays Parachute Opening Until Between
15,000ft and 11,500ft
Canopy is Jettisoned During Ejection Sequence After ____ Seconds
0.3 Seconds
Seat Can Be Adjusted __ Inches
5 Inches
Seat Kit is Automatically Released After a ____ Second Delay
4 Seconds
Oxygen Low Level Light Illuminates at ___, Blinking May Occur at ___ Due to Sloshing
1 Liter, 3 Liters
MDP Power Up Requires ___ Seconds
45 Seconds
MDP Warm Boot Requres ___ Seconds While a Cold Boot Requires ___ Seconds
10 Seconds/45 Seconds
Warm Boot Occurs If Power Loss is Between ___ and ___ Milliseconds
50 to 300
EED and HUD May Disagree on Fuel, When Greater Than ___ the EED is Correct
20lbs
ILS Commands are Optimized for GS Interception at ___ and ___ Ft Above Touchdown
6NM and 1800ft
Pitch Ladder on HUD Displayed at ___ the Pitch Angle
One - Half
RALT Readings Only Available Below ___
5,000
Section II
Main Gear Strut Extension
4 to 4 3/4 Inches (4 3/8 +- 3/8)
Nose Gear Strut Extension
5 3/4 to 6 1/8 Inches
Oxygen Hose Disconnection Tension
12 - 20lbs
When Battery is Less Than ___ Volts, EED Defaults to Max Day Mode Brightness
22 Volts
Ignition Should Occur Before ___ Fuel Flow
360lbs/hr
If Ignition Does Not Occur Wait How Long Before Attempting Second Start
2 Minutes with Air
EGT Should Rise Within __ Seconds of Fuel Flow, If Not Abort Start
12 Seconds
With Normal Movement, Hydraulic Pressure Should Not Drop Below ___ PSI
1500 PSI
If DTS Is Reporting NO CASSETTE, How Long Should You Wait Before Restarting Engines
30 Seconds
MDP Must be On For ___ Seconds Before Testing Lights
45 Seconds
Oxygen Quantity Light Illuminates at ___ Liters
1 Liter
Nosewheel Tires are Severly Damaged When Max Deflection Turns are Attempted in Excess of ___ kts
10kts
Main Nosewheel is Rated to ___kts But Has Been Tested Up to ___% of That
174 and 120%
Delay ___ Minutes for Large Aircraft and ___ Minutes for Heavy Aircraft
2 Minutes/4 Minutes
Wake Turbulence Time Limits May be Reduced if Crosswind Is More Than ___ kts
5kts
Abort Takeoff if AB Fails to Light After ___ Seconds
5 Seconds
Nosewheel Should Lift Off Runway at ___kts and The Aircraft Should Lift Off at ___kts
150kts and 165kts
Aerobraking Until Loss of Elevator Authority, Then Applying Brakes Increases Chart Landing Distance By ___ %
50%
Extreme Caution Must be Used When Apply Wheel Brakes Above ___kts
120kts
Use Caution When Braking at Speeds Above ___kts
100kts
Aerobraking Using Full Back Stick Will Cause a Hard Nosewheel Impact at ___kts
100kts
Rubber Deposits on Wet Runways Make Direction Control Difficult on Last ___ ft of Runway
2,000ft
Closed Pattern Requires ___lbs of Fuel
150lbs
Main Wheel Touchdown Should Occur at ___kts Below Final Approach Airspeed
25kts
Minimize Landing Roll by Decreasing Final Approach Airspeed ___kts
10kts
Charts Figure a Landing Attitude of ___ Degrees Nose High, Then Optimum Braking
12 Degrees
Land on Upwind Side of Runway if Crosswind Exceeds ___kts
15kts
Do Not Aerobrake if Crosswind Exceeds ___kts
15kts
Landing Distance Without Aerobraking May be Increased ___ %
50%
Chances for Optimum Braking are Greatly Increased Below ___kts
100kts
Pressure Equalization After Selecting Ram Dump May Take ___ Seconds
Several
Operate Engines Below ___% RPM For ___ Minutes Prior to Shutting Down
70%/ 1 Minute
Landing/Taxi Light Requires ___ Seconds to Retract Prior to Engine Shutdown
10 Seconds
Ram Dump Door May Require ___ Seconds to C lose Prior to Engine Shutdown
10 Seconds
Instrument Climb Minimum of ___fpm
1,000fpm
Power Settings Between ___ and ___ Will Provide Comfortable Climb Rates For Intermediate Level-Offs
90% and 95%
Maintain ___ Pitch Attitude For MAX Thrust Climb Once Reaching Desired Mach
20-25 Degrees
Holding Airspeeds
250 - 265kts
SE Holding at ___ ft or Above With More Than ___lbs of Fuel is Impossible
20,000ft and 1800lbs
Recommended RPM For Anti-Ice Operation
80% RPM
Circling Approach Minimum Airspeed and Configuration Prior to Final
180kts + Fuel and 60% Flaps
Straight-In Approach Minimum Airspeed
160kts + Fuel
Base Leg Minimum Airspeed
180kts + Fuel
Radar Pattern Requires ___lbs of Fuel
325lbs
Missed Approach Airspeeds
240-300kts
Bank Angles in Excess of ___ Degrees May Make Level Turns Impossible Under Some Heavyweight Conditions
45 Degrees
Adjust Final Approach and Touchdown Speeds by ___% the Gust Factor
50%
Crossfeed When Fuel Imbalance Exceeds ___lbs
200lbs
Main/Nosewheel Tire Pressure
250 PSI/ 75 PSI
Section III
Chopping for ___ Minutes May be Necessary to Open the Rear Canopy Manually
Several
Maximum Decceleration Can Be Obtained by Maximum Braking Below ___kts
130kts
Optimum Braking Should Not be Attempted Above ___kts
100kts
Use Aerodynamic Braking to the Maximum Extent Possible During Any Abort Over ___kts
100kts
Aerodynamic Braking Pitch Attitude
12 NH
Extreme Caution Must Be Excercised When Applying Brakes Above ___kts
120kts
SETOS Ensures ___fpm Climb Gradient
100fpm
Each Knot Above SETOS Provides ___fpm Up to SETOS +10
60fpm
When SE, Restrict Climb Until Airspeed Reaches ___kts and Flaps are Retracted
190kts
Do Not Retract Flaps During SE Takeoff Until Reaching ___kts
190kts
SE Takeoff is Impossible Above ___TOF and ___lbs
4.0 and 12,500lbs; 3.9 and 12,700lbs
With Left Engine Windmilling, Gear Retraction Between SETOS +10/Final Approach Speed and 190kts, Time?
1 Minute
Gear Down, Best Level Flight/Climb is ___kts With 60% and ___kts No Flap
190 and 220kts
With High Gross Weight and Gear Down, Do Not Retract Flaps Until ___kts
220kts
Tire Failure Effects Most Pronounced Below ___kts
100kts
If Engine is Shutdown in Flight, Wait ___ Seconds Before Attempting a Restart
10 Seconds
During SE Operations, Turn Both Boost Pumps On and Crossfeed On When Below ___lbs in Either Fuel System
250lbs
Zoom Maneuver Should Be ___ Degrees Nose High
20 Degrees
Minimum RPM For Restart During Flight (To Provide Fuel Flow Through PVC Valves)
12-14%
Heart of Airstart Envelope
18-20%
Leave Throttle at Idle for ___ Seconds Before Aborting a Start
30 Seconds
If Loss of Canopy May Occur or Has Occur, Slow Below ___kts
300kts
Minimum Drag Airspeed
225kts
Nozzle Stuck Open Range
20-100%
Controlled/Uncontrolled Ejection Minimums
2,000ft AGL and 15,000ft AGL
Medium/Severe/Excessive Wind Blast Forces During Ejection at What Airspeeds
<450/450-600/>600
Emergency Minimum Ejection Conditions
Ground Level and 50kts
Ejection Seat Weight Capabilities
140-211lbs
Seat Clears Aircraft in ___ Seconds
0.5 Seconds
Man-Seat Separation Occurs at ___ Seconds
1.22 Seconds
Parachute Opening is Delayed Until Between ___ft and ___ft
15,000ft and 11,500ft
Handgrips to Chute Deployment at 160kts (Without/With One Second Delay)
3.42 Seconds/4.12 Seconds
Bank Angles Up to ___ Degrees Are Safe For Level Flight At All Airspeeds Up to ___kts
60 Degrees and 500kts
SAS Can Fail With a Maximum of ___ Degrees Rudder Deflection
4 Degrees
Yaw Damper Switch May Only Be Reset ___ Times In Flight
1 Time
Fuel Low When EITHER System INDICATES
250lbs +-25 For More Than 7.5 Seconds
Battery Life
15 Minutes
Momentary Drops in Hydraulic Pressure Below ___ PSI May be an Indication of an Unpressurized System
1500 PSI
If Hydraulic Pressure in One System Reads 0, Transfer May Occur and Limit Flight Time to ___ Minutes
35 Minutes
Toucdowns Greater Than ___kts Should be Avoided
200kts
Execute Controlability Check Above ___ft AGL
15,000ft AGL
Maintain ___kts Above Minimum Controllable Airspeed
20kts
Touchdown ___kts Above Normal Approach Speed or MCA Whichever is Higher
10kts
Maintain ___kts Above Final Approach Speed When Flaps are Assymetric
20kts
Do Not Touchdown Below ___kts With Assymetric Flaps
165kts
Flap-Slab Malfunction, and Must Use Flaps, ___ to ___ Will Provide Adequate Nose Down Control
30-45%
With Flaps Down and Flap-Slab Malfunction, Pilot has ___ Seconds to React
3 Seconds
With Less Than Full Flaps, Landing Distance Will Increase by ___ft, Roll to Full If More Than ___ of RWY
500ft and 2/3
Maximum Airspeed During SE Approaches
300kts
Left Engine Windmilling, Gear Retraction Between Final Approach Speed and 190kts May Require ___ Minutes
1 Minute
Increase Final Approach and Touchdown Speeds by ___ the Gust Factor
One-Half
Increase Final Approach and Final Turn Airspeeds by ___kts if No-Flap
15kts
Land ___kts Above Normal Touchdown Airspeed When Landing With Gear Up
10kts
Aerobraking, Then Optimum Braking May ___ the Normal Landing Distance When Performing No-Flap Landing
Double
Landing Gear Alternate Extension Length and Time
10 Inches; 15-35 Seconds
PFR Lost for ___ Seconds and ___ Seconds Signifies a MDP Warm/Cold Reboot
10/60 Seconds
FULL GPS Includes a Drift Rate of Up To ___ NM/Hr
0.8 NM/Hr
HUD May Blank for ___ to ___ Seconds if Generator is Reset or Crossover Has Occurred
3 to 5 Seconds
Section V
Normal Thrust is Obtained at ___% or ___Degrees Whichever Occurs First
98% or 630 Degrees
MIL Thrust is Obtained at ___% RPM
100%
MAX Thrust is Obtained at ___% RPM With Afterburner Operating
100%
Afterburner Augmentation is ___ to ___%
5 to 40%
Flap Limits
1-45 - 300; 46-60 - 240; >60 - 220
Gear and Gear Doors Limiting Airspeed
240kts
Do Not Extend Gear at Bank Angles Greater Than ___ Degrees OR More Than ___g's
45 Degrees and 1.5 Gs
Oxygen Pressure Operating Range
50-120 PSI
Hydraulic Pressure Operating Range
1500 Minimum; 2850-3200 Normal; 3200 Maximum
Abort Start if EGT Reaches ___ Degrees, Abort Jet if EGT Reaches ___ Degrees
845/925 Degrees
Total EGT Fluctuations of ___ Degrees Permitted, Mean within the Green
15 Degrees
Maximum Allowable Transient RPM
107%
Rapid Throttle Movements, Nozzle Should Stabilize Within ___ Seconds
10 Seconds
Nozzle Position May be Less Than ___ % When Operating in Less Than MAX AB
50%
During Cold Weather Starts, Run Engines at ___ For ___ Minutes
MIL and 6 Minutes
Oil Pressure Indication Change of ___PSI at Stabilized RPM, Reference Checklist
10 PSI
Nose Wheel Steering Limitation
65kts
Canopy Limitation
50kts
Symmetrical Flight Load Factors for 3500/3000/2000/1000
Neg 2.3-5.7/-2.4-5.9/-2.6-6.5/-2.9-7.2
Unsymmetrical Flight Load Factors for 3500/3000/2000/1000
0 to 4.1/4.3/4.7/5.0
Continuous Aileron Rolls Can Only Be Accomplished At ___g and ___ or Less Stick Deflection
1.0g and 3.4 or Less
Maximum G's
7.33 and -3.0 Gs
To Prevent Flameout Due to Fuel Starvation Avoid MAX Thrust Dives With Less Than ___lbs
650lbs
To Prevent Flameout Due to Fuel Starvation Avoid MAX Thrust in Zero or Neg G Flight Exceeding ____
10 Seconds at 10,000ft and 30 Seconds at 30,000ft
Oil Supply and Pressure Requirements Restrict Zero G Flight to ___ Seconds and Neg G Flight to ___ Seconds
10 Seconds and 60 Seconds
After 0 or Neg G Flight, If Oil Pressure Does Not Recover Within ___ Seconds, Return to Normal Flight Conditions
10 Seconds
Full Stop Landings Time Intervals if Gear is Retracted In Flight/if Gear is Left Extended
45 Minutes/15 Minutes
Maximum Nosewheel Tire Speed
174kts
Maximum Main Wheel Tire Speed
220kts
Sink Rates Should Not Exceed ___ for Normal and ___ for Crab When Less Than 1700lbs
590fpm and 395fpm
Sink Rates Should Not Exceed ___ for Normal and ___ for Crab When Greater Than 1700lbs
340fpm and 200fpm
WSSP Airspeed Limitations Normal/Severe Turbulence (SB)/Abrupt Control Movements
400/350/240kts
WSSP G Limitations
0-4 Symmetric and 0-3 Unsymmetric
Section VI
Ejection from a Spin Must be Accomplished if Recovery is Not Completed by ___ft AGL
15,000ft
G Overshoot May Occur If Pulsing the Stick Between ___ and ___ Mach
0.80 and 0.95 Mach
The First ___ Inches of Stick Travel Provide ___ Aileron Deflection
4.5 Inches and 1/2 Aileron Deflection
Minimum Stick Forces Occur Per G at ___ Mach
0.9 Mach
Section VII
EED Fuel Quantity Displays Near Thunderstorms Vary Up to ___lbs
200lbs
Thunderstorm Penetration Airspeed
280kts
Engine Damage May Occur if ___Inches of Ice Accumulates on Engine Inlet Duct Lips
0.25 Inches
Engine Anti-Ice Requires ___ % RPM
80% RPM
At Temperatures Below ___ Degrees, Allow Engines to Run at Idle for ___Minuts
Negative 30 F/ 2 Minutes
During Cold Weather Ops, Cycle Flight Controls ___ to ___ Times
4 to 6 Times
At Temperatures Below ___ Degrees, Low Idle RPM May be Observed, Increast RPM for Generators to Cut In
Negative 16 F
With Canopy Closed in Hot Weather, Cockpit Damage May Occur Above ___ Degrees
110 F