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Approach Checklist Question…(PA-34)

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Hi!

In the POH PA-34 200T, Normal Procedures, Approach Checklist there´s a point in the list that indicates that the propellers must be at 2250 RPM during the approach, someone knows the reason?

 

¨PROPELLERS _________ 2250 RPM¨ ? 

Best Regards
Emiliano

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  1. Drew on Feb 14, 2015

    testing

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  2. Mark Kolber on Feb 18, 2015

    Since no one has answered this, I’ll take a stab – is there anything in the Limitations, expanded Normal Operations, or Systems sections of the POH that, if not explaining it, at least gives a clue? Any limitations at all with respect to RPM? For example, some POH have a limitation as to RPM at certain manifold pressures.

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