Oil temperature indicator 6 cylinder head temperature

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Oil Temperature Indicator 6. Cylinder Head Temperature Gauge 7. Fuel Quantity Indicator 8. Voltmeter 9. Standby Compass 10. Two seats, restraint harness 11. Loading Plan 12. Data Plate 13. Flight Handbook 6.5 Additional Equipment List: Item Arm (mm) weight (kg) Moment (kg/mm) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. l0. 11. . 6—7
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45 7 Hoffmann Systems Description H 36 DIMONA SECTION 7 7.1 Cockpit Description : 1. Instrument board: Is in three sections, the flight instruments are on the left, engine’ instruments on the right, and tilted for better viewing. The center console is for the installation of COM and NAV equipment. The main switch ON position is down and OFF when turned to the right. 2. Control Stick: One stick for each seat, with built-in microphone switch. 3. Air Brakes: The airbrake levers are colored blue and are on the left cockpit side and the middle console. The levers have no down lock due to spring loading. 4. Rudder Pedals: Two seats, left and right. Pulling the adjusting handle forward of the control stick, and pushing with the feet against the pedals permits forward adjustment. To move pedals aft, pull handle and let pedals snap into the desired rear position. 5. Cockpit Heat: Pulling the knob permits heat entry thru the cabin heat duct. 6. Choke: The choke knob closes butterfly valves in both carburetors thru cables. It must not be used to shut down the engine, and under no circumstances should a takeoff be attempted when the choke knob is activated! 7. Throttle Lever: The throttle lever is on the lower middle console next to the Air Brake Lever. Full throttle = Lever full forward. 8. Trim: The trim lever (coloured green) is behind the throttle on the middle lower console. To effect trim move lever to the left to clear locking lugs and move in desired trim direction, i.e. lever forward — nose down, lever aft — nose up. 7—1
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46 Hoffmann. 7 H 36 DIMONA System Description 8. Parking Brake: Is located next to the trim lever on the lower middle console. To engage parking brakes pull firmly on the air brake lever, and move then park brake lever aft. Release air brake lever. To release the park brake, again pull firmly on the air brake lever and move the park brake lever forward. Pulling on the airbrake lever alone will not engage or disengage the brakes, and will damage the partening brake mechanism! 9. Canopy Lock: Are red levers located left and right on the canopy frame. To close the canopy push shut with the black grips located on the canopy frame, then turn the red levers to lock the canopy. To open the canopy reverse the sequence. 10. Emergency jettison: The red levers are located left and right on the canopy frame. use review Emergency Procedures, Par. 3.12. 11. Propeller Control: The propeller control lever is on the upper middle console. For use review Normal Operations, Par. 4.8. 12 Fuel Shut-Off: Located on the lower rear, middle console. The valve is open when positioned to line of flight (fore and aft) 13. Seat Adjustment (special equipment) To adjust for height, pull seat up and reset in lugs to the desired height. To adjust for tilt, seatback pulled forward, and reset the horizontal tube in the desired Lugs. Push seat back to original position.
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