searching for 421 operators manual ..

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In trying to find some basic T/O, climb out, cruise and descent, approach settings. Even an old dream fleet or Flight1 manual for 'general' references.

Like others ...I agree Leaning is a b*tch. Additional fuel flow gauges would be helpful. [Control X doesn't auto adjust mixtures...which I don't normally use]

 I DID come across this RW owners comment in a 421 pilot forum. 

......."with 500 hours in both B and C models. I never had a problem with them. BABY the engines. factor 40 GPH even 50 GPH for conservatism"

 "Start pulling back power at 25 miles to 23 MP, then 20 miles out to 20-21MP, 15 miles at 18 MP and so forth. I believe you should be landing over the numbers with about 17 MP. I also had ballast in the nose as well."

"Oh be careful with ice. The leading edge on the elevator is too thin for the boot. They are prone to tail stalls."

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Thanks.. however I'm getting a warning on that site "redskyadventures"

I read on other forums people that did risk it said the forms were blurry and not lined up on the pages....

Thanks for the response though.



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Yeo I get warnings too. Free stuff usually is not free. I do wish there was some way to remove the word "free" from the english language. As as an old wise guy said "Son...the world is frull of "Free stuff" and you can not afford any of it".

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