Author Topic: level flight attitude in C35  (Read 595 times)

David Schultz

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level flight attitude in C35
« on: April 01, 2011, 02:58:13 AM »
The installation of the KMT-112 flux gate to support a Sandel EHSI requires, "The mounting surface should be such that when the aircraft is in level flight the mounting flange of the KMT-112 will be levelwithin +/- 2 degrees."  My recollection of "level flight" (65% power, 2 people with light baggage, full fuel) places the empennage considerably by appearance higher than the "longitudinally level attitude" obtained by utilizing the leveling plates inside the baggage door.  Does anybody have data that correlates "level flight attitude"

to "longitudinally level attitude"?

 

 

Bob Quinn

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level flight attitude in C35
« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2011, 07:23:28 AM »
There is a leveling screw (phillips pan head) on the port side aft,  up near the rear window. unscrew it hang a (plumb bob string and weight down to the bottom you will find another phillips pan head screw line them up and your airplane will be level...

hope this helps...all the best, BQ