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[[circled]] b. [[circled]] 5.88 degrees may be maintained regardless of gross weight if the appropriate indicated speed for the gross weight is maintained.  5000 feet altitude at 20,000 lbs, gliding range is 14 miles at 106.  10,000 feet altitude at 23,000 lbs, gliding range is 20 miles at 114.

[[underlined]] SMOKE AND FLAME IDENTIFICATION [[/underlined]]

9.  Puffs of black smoke from exhaust indicates ^[[detonation backfire]] and/or ^[[carburetor failure]]

10.  Variable grey smoke and possible light flame from cowl flap and exhaust areas is indicative of ^[[cyl head]] or ^[[exhaust stack]] Failure.

11.  Black smoke from accessory section indicates ^[[oil leak]] and ^[[oil fire]].

[[underlined]] SINGLE ENGINE PROCEDURES [[/underlined]]

12.  Minimum control speed in flight is ^[[88]] MPH.  Single engine speed is never less than ^[[88]] MPH, of 110% of power-off stall speed (Clean configuation) for the given gross weight, WHICH EVER AIRSPEED is GREATER.  On single engine after take-off, to clear immediate obstacles, it is recommended to climb out at ^[[100-110]] MPH.

13.  The procedure on encountering engine failure or fire in flight is:  
Maintain Control and Airspeed
a.  ^[[Mixtures - Auto Rich]]
b.  ^[[Props full in [[?reverse]] RPM]]
c.  ^[[Throttle - fwd enough to maintain safe A.S. & directional control]]
d.  ^[[Hyd pump set to op engine]]
3.  ^[[Gear up]]
f.  ^[[Flaps up]]
g.  ^[[S[[kis]] - down]]
a.  ^[[Throttle - close]]
b.  ^[[Prop - feather]]
c.  ^[[Mixture - Idle Cut-off]]
d.  ^[[Pull firewall shut off valve handle]]
e.  ^[[Fire extinguisher sw - if fire.]]
f.  ^[[Carburetor de-ice OFF]]
g.  ^[[Prop de-ice OFF]]
h.  ^[[ [[?g]] OFF]]
i.  ^[[Fuel boost OFF]]
j.  ^[[Cowl flaps - as required]]

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