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General Ch1

What is the Max Alt for Intentional stalls? 18,000 feet
What is the wingspan? 63.45 feet
What is the length? 72.33 feet
What is the height? 18.35 feet
Distance between nose wheel and main wheels? 28.67 feet
Distance between main wheels? 10.55 feet
Width of horizonal stablizer? 26.09 feet
Length of cabin? 23 feet
Height of cabin? 5.7 feet
Sweep bank angle of the wing? 40 degrees
Dihedral of the wing? 2 deg
Dihedral of the stabilizer? 0 deg
Sweep bak angle of the horizontal stabilizer? 43 deg
Is the nosecone pressurized? No
Is the baggage compartment pressurized? Yes
Is the tailcone compartment pressurized? No
What is the NORMAL cabine pressure differentia? 9.3 psi
What is the Maximum cabin pressure differential? 9.7 psi
What is the pressure altitude at 51,000 feet? 8000 feet
Created by: cmarshall3050