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Your planning on slinging some plywood, and the examiner asks, how much does 1 inch of dry, 4x8, plywood weigh?

 

For the Bell Med. crowd.

 

What are the 4 functions of the T handle?

What are the 4 functions of the fuel valve?

 

 

The T handle- indicates engine fire, shuts particle sep door, shuts off fuel to the selected engine, aims bottles, and arms bottles

 

The fuel valve one alludes me at this point. I have to think about it for a bit.

 

 

With a grease lubricated main rotor head, how many oil levels should be checked on a 212 preflight?

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For the Bell Med. crowd.

 

What are the 4 functions of the fuel valve?

 

 

1 Controls Fuel Valve

2 controls ignition circuit power

3 powers P3 air heater

4 does some PFM to the fuel drain circuit (PFM = Pure F*&%ing Magic)

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Tuff one

 

Does the tail rotor thrust of a CH-53 Super Stallion at max gross in zero wind and in a stationary OGE hover exceed the main rotor thrust of a Robinson R44 climbing at Vy?

 

Does the question pertain to the D model or E model?

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you have your engine out light comes on in a 206 and of course along with it, the engine out horn, but your engine is still running just fine, what happened??...................... easy one............ but could be deadly if you react too fast to it.........

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With a grease lubricated main rotor head, how many oil levels should be checked on a 212 preflight?

 

Hyd 1, Hyd 2, Eng 1, Eng 2, CBox, Xmsn, 42, 90.

One that should be checked more often than it is = rotor brake. Always muddy. H

 

Trying to remember does the shut off valve throw the interconnect?

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you have your engine out light comes on in a 206 and of course along with it, the engine out horn, but your engine is still running just fine, what happened??..

 

 

...and no N1.

 

N1 tach drive failure. Always cross reference to oil pressure.

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Tuff one

 

Does the tail rotor thrust of a CH-53 Super Stallion at max gross in zero wind and in a stationary OGE hover exceed the main rotor thrust of a Robinson R44 climbing at Vy?

 

Does the question pertain to the D model or E model?

 

 

E Model.

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