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High engine temperature Vs High altitude

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Hello,

Lets go scientific...

Im struggling to climb using high performance figures, i got to get the airplane to its maximun temp performance and all i get is a subtile positive VSI to achieve a imperceptible rate of climb....   I feel the new updated plane king of weak... 

This is climbing to F400, going above F380 and engine temperature up to 745(which ive read is max continuous for short periods, also read this article where the Cp explains going to 800ITT to achieve +4500fpm, which is confusing for me according to readings 745 max)....but  anyway i feel like, the aircraft does not climb as expected.  May be if ambient temperature is hot you feel the difference(and actually you do, specially during takeoffs), but its -40 outside.... so...... i dont know, may i im testing the new updated dinamics...

 

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Is this normal?  Have you experienced that with the new updated LJ?  Where can i find some realistic info about performance temperature TO and Climb?....i have read some manuals and i havent read anything about 800 degrees or more but 745 max... In any case i think i was flying a light aircraft, so weight.....may be was not a factor at that time...

Thanks for sharing....

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Posted (edited)

All right, i was confused... 😅  

Found my widely used manual and definitely Max continuous thrust is 832 c and ITT values are over there... 

In any case, definitely feels like more tight to table performance i think.   Will fly a bit more and get the hang of it again...

Happy Flying! 😎

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