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CHAPTER THREE
T-34C INSTRUMENTS
c.
Trim right rudder and nose slightly down (power makes the nose pitch up when
holding constant airspeed).
d.
Start attitude scan.
3.
Level off from Climb
a.
Fifty feet prior to desired altitude, reduce the power toward 550 ft­lbs, adding left rudder.
b.
As the power is reduced, lower the nose to the level VPS attitude.
c.
Trim left rudder, nose up.
d.
Reset power.
e.
Start attitude scan.
4.
Descents
a.
Reduce the power toward 250 ft­lbs; add left rudder.
b.
As the power is reduced, lower the nose to the VPS descending attitude approximately
nose down.
c.
Trim left rudder, slightly nose up.
d.
Reset power.
e.
Start attitude scan.
5.
Level off from Descent
a.
Fifty feet prior to level off altitude, add power toward 550 ft­lbs.
b.
As the power is added, raise the nose toward the VPS level flight attitude.
c.
Trim right rudder, nose down.
d.
Reset power.
e.
Start level flight scan.
6.
When directed by your instructor, return to normal cruise by setting 1015 ft­lbs torque (695º
ITT max). Two to three KIAS prior to 150 KIAS set approximately 650­700 ft­lbs and retrim.
3-16 BASIC INSTRUMENTS FLIGHT PROCEDURES


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