Limitations. For purposes of Basic Instrument training in the T34C, the unusual
attitudes will be entered from normal cruise. The instructor will perform the Stall Checklist and
clearing turns prior to initiating any unusual attitude maneuver. The instructor shall observe the
following limitations while performing unusual attitudes in full panel:
Not to exceed 50º nose high.
Not to exceed 40º nose low.
Not to exceed 90º of bank.
On all unusual attitudes, the aircraft will be trimmed for straight and
level flight with power set at 650700 ftlbs. of torque.
Nose Low Attitude
The aircraft is in a nose low unusual attitude any time the nose is below the horizon,
regardless of airspeed. (Figure 311.)
Immediately check gyro for nose and wing position.
Glance at airspeed, then the turn needle. If airspeed is fast (approaching 200
knots), reduce power to idle. Steps i and ii are accomplished almost
Maintain nose attitude as you level the wings on the attitude gyro and center
After the wings are level, raise the nose to the level flight attitude. (NOTE:
Level flight attitude is dependent upon airspeed.)
Return power to normal cruise power when gyro is indicating the level flight,
and 2 to 3 knots prior to 150 knots.
Allowing nose to rise while rolling wings level, thus effecting a "rolling
Not recognizing need for power reduction, not returning power to
normal cruise setting upon recovery.
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