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Turbo Inlet Temp?

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I've never flown a turbo plane IRL. However, is it normal at 39" man pressure for the t.i.t. Gauge to be well over the red line? (OAT was 31d C)

If no, what are the tricks to maintaining below redline turbo temps on climb out? After 200ish feet I power back to 2400 rpm and around 1k ft I throttle back to 30" man pressure. What am I doing wrong? Or what is wrong with the model... Or is this normal and so long as you don't exceed redline for too long is it ok?


Anyone who can shed some light it would be most appreciative!



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