Actually LOP at 15.6 GPH was only giving me 75% rated power. I wasn't really looking to break records at the time. If I had been, I would have boosted FF up to about 17GPH for 80% power. CHTs would still have been under 380 and I'd have had more speed.LOP and with the cowl flaps 1/4 open.
You gave away 10 kts right there.
To my knowledge there are no rules. My particular record was in level flight. There is a straight leg 182 record that many have pointed to as being hinkey...338 Kts.That's a great website; I've never seen it before. Are there any parameters (like level flight, cruise configurations) that have to be met or can you just point the nose down and shock-cool the core of it while you snap the photo?
You know, its funny how people don't believe what 210s are capable of.It's a 210.
As Loubetti pointed out a 67 T-210G once made it to 43,699'. I thought that record still stood for a piston single.You know, its funny how people don't believe what 210s are capable of.
Mine (1967 T210G) is certified to 30,200 feet, but I have to show people the POH before they will believe me.
Or that I can true out at 200+ in level flight below 12000 feet.
Or that with the right conditions I can peg the VSI in a climb.
It's nothing official, just the internet equavilant of guys sitting around a hangar telling stories.This website is based upon photos people took of handheld GPS's while in flight? What other verification is required? Time over a course or what?