Got a student who owns a Cessna 182T. He is doing his instrument rating in it. What power settings for approaches have you guys used in this plane that worked for you?
Yep it's not that different than a normally aspirated 182.Flaps 10, power to 13 inches will settle in close to 100
Yep it's not that different than a normally aspirated 182.
182T is normally aspirated.
Yep. My mistake. I forgot about where the "T" is located. Thanks for the catch.182T is normally aspirated.
The turbo claims 200ktas @ fl240.
???? A turbo what?
I can believe it'll make it to FL240, but the only way it'll do 200 is in pieces. I think the mid-160's was the top published speed.
I can't wait to see how the diesel work out.
T182T has a maximum operating altitude of FL200...The turbo claims 200ktas @ fl240. Good luck getting one up there!
T182T has a maximum operating altitude of FL200...
I regularly take it up there with customers that want high altitude training. Does just fine, even at max gross. Why you'd take it up there beats me unless there's an insane tailwind, but it does it without breaking a sweat.My bad, just remembered it being very unlikely that it would operate anywhere near there