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 Post subject: Re: MU2 Pre-buy speed 36 ktas below book
PostPosted: 10 Jan 2022, 13:17 

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For those of us in warmer climates, don’t try to make book numbers.
They’re based on ideal conditions, which we never see.
I’ve never seen ISA temperatures and humidity alone can rob you of up to 10% horsepower.

Uh. You just have to use the right page in the book. Usually ISA+10 or ISA+20 as appropriate.

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