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Questions about Piper Seminole PA-44-180

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I have several questions about this airplane, I really need help.

- what type of flaps does the Seminole have ?!
- what is the direction of each propeller ?! (Ex. right is clockwise, left counterclockwise) 
- how many magnetos for each engine ?!

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    Jay on Apr 01, 2012

    The Seminole has manually operated, four position, single slotted flaps.
    The propellers are counter-rotating, with the left engine rotating clockwise, and the right engine rotating counterclockwise (hence it is an LO-320-A1H6; the left engine is an O-360-A1H6). 
    Each engine has two magnetos. Each powers four spark plugs per engine, for a total of eight spark plugs on each engine (two spark plugs per cylinder).

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  2. Jay on Apr 01, 2012

    I apologize for the typo. The right engine is an LO-360-A1H6, not 320. 

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  3. tamim.aflah@gmail.com on Apr 01, 2012

    thanky you Capt.Jay, I really appreciated .. 

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