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    S model also incorporated all stainless cables, different markings on the airspeed indicator, and a nifty bolt on step that picked up the forward gear bolt( I have never seen one), lets see...lots of other goodies.

    The Cawl scoops were only used if the Hartzell CS prop was used per my parts book but I am sure they would come in handy down in America where it gets hot.

    From the TCDS:


    V. - Model PA-22S-150, 3 PCSM (Normal Category), Approved September 3, 1954
    Engine
    Fuel Engine Limits
    Airspeed Limits CAS
    C. G. Range
    Empty Weight C. G. Range Maximum Weight Number Seats Maximum Baggage
    Fuel Capacity
    O-320-A2A Lycoming (Carburetor setting #10-3678-11, #10-3678-12) or O-320-A2B (Carburetor setting #10-3678-32) (See Item 106 for optional engines)
    80/87 minimum grade aviation gasoline For all operations, 2700 r.p.m. (150 hp)
    Vne Vno Vp
    Vfe
    (never exceed) (maximum structural cruising) (maneuvering) (flaps extended)
    158 mph 126 mph 111 mph
    80 mph
    (137 knots) (109 knots) (96 knots) (70 knots)
    (+14.0) to (+12.0) to (+10.0) to Straight line variation between points given.
    (+20.0) (+20.0) (+20.0)
    at 1950 lb. at 1800 lb. at 1500 lb. or less
    2000
    1800 Gross Weight 1600
    Rear Limit
    F
    ront Limit
    (lb.)
    1400 1200 1000
    8
    10 12 14 16 18 20 22 Inches Aft of Datum
    None 1950 lb. 4 (2 at +21 and 2 at +49) 100 lb. (+67) 36 gallons (2 wing tanks at +24). See Item 104 for reserve tank.1A6
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    Control Surface Movements
    Serial Numbers Eligible Required Equipment
    Oil Capacity 2 gallons (-29) Stabilizer 1 Up
    61⁄2 Down 12 Down 15 Down 16 Left
    Elevator Aileron Rudder Flap
    24 Up 15 Up 16 Right 40 Down
    22-2378, 22-2425 and up.
    In addition to the pertinent required basic equipment specified in CAR 3, the following Items of equipment must be installed: Items 5, 103, 209 and 401(i).

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    Here is a question that has been on my mind sence my last wheel to float change.

    Without the air dam bolted across the lower nose gear mount what was one to do in its stead?

    Rocket

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    Hi, where can I find drawings for adding the seaplane cowl vents you mentioned? Or have you got details on adding gills like on a Husky?

    Seaplane cooling3.JPG

    Quote Originally Posted by rocket View Post
    S model also incorporated all stainless cables, different markings on the airspeed indicator, and a nifty bolt on step that picked up the forward gear bolt( I have never seen one), lets see...lots of other goodies.

    The Cawl scoops were only used if the Hartzell CS prop was used per my parts book but I am sure they would come in handy down in America where it gets hot.

    From the TCDS:


    V. - Model PA-22S-150, 3 PCSM (Normal Category), Approved September 3, 1954
    Engine
    Fuel Engine Limits
    Airspeed Limits CAS
    C. G. Range
    Empty Weight C. G. Range Maximum Weight Number Seats Maximum Baggage
    Fuel Capacity
    O-320-A2A Lycoming (Carburetor setting #10-3678-11, #10-3678-12) or O-320-A2B (Carburetor setting #10-3678-32) (See Item 106 for optional engines)
    80/87 minimum grade aviation gasoline For all operations, 2700 r.p.m. (150 hp)
    Vne Vno Vp
    Vfe
    (never exceed) (maximum structural cruising) (maneuvering) (flaps extended)
    158 mph 126 mph 111 mph
    80 mph
    (137 knots) (109 knots) (96 knots) (70 knots)
    (+14.0) to (+12.0) to (+10.0) to Straight line variation between points given.
    (+20.0) (+20.0) (+20.0)
    at 1950 lb. at 1800 lb. at 1500 lb. or less
    2000
    1800 Gross Weight 1600
    Rear Limit
    F
    ront Limit
    (lb.)
    1400 1200 1000
    8
    10 12 14 16 18 20 22 Inches Aft of Datum
    None 1950 lb. 4 (2 at +21 and 2 at +49) 100 lb. (+67) 36 gallons (2 wing tanks at +24). See Item 104 for reserve tank.1A6
    Page 6 of 15
    Control Surface Movements
    Serial Numbers Eligible Required Equipment
    Oil Capacity 2 gallons (-29) Stabilizer 1 Up
    61⁄2 Down 12 Down 15 Down 16 Left
    Elevator Aileron Rudder Flap
    24 Up 15 Up 16 Right 40 Down
    22-2378, 22-2425 and up.
    In addition to the pertinent required basic equipment specified in CAR 3, the following Items of equipment must be installed: Items 5, 103, 209 and 401(i).

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