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  1. Hi, Any performance specialists? I'm interested to understand the takeoff performance differences in the J model. Apart form some aerodynamic improvements the sizeable disparity between the attached 1977 and 1996 issued POH in takeoff performance I attribute to A) regulator imposing increased factoring / buffer inbuilt as time went on and/or the 'speed at 50ft'. I note the stall speeds in both books listed as 57kt in takeoff config (Flap 15 deg), yet the speed at 50ft in the 1977 book only 71kts and in the 1996 book 76kts . The lower margin above stall speed will achieve better numbers for takeoff distance I understand but I'm not certain its the only factor at play here in the differences. 71 kts is 24.56% margin above stall and 76 kts is 33.33% margin above 1G stall. Takeoff Safety speed for light aircraft I believe has to be at least 20 percent above stall speed?? Was there an FAA change at some stage on this? Are the 1977 figures allowed to be used... certainly not providing as much margin as later book data in the real world.
  2. Anyone know where I can order a POH binder replacement?
  3. Going through my POH and realized I didn't have several components of AFMS/Supplements in the POH. I reached out to the avionics installer (Thanks for the help Rick McKewon at J&R) and he sent me AFMS/STC for the avionics they installed. But I still didn't have supplements for things like autopilot, speed brakes, oxygen system... Just wondering what most standard Mooneys came with in the POH... and wondering what exactly I SHOULD have in the POH/supplements or AFMS binder... I attached the files that I found online. Oxygen_AFMS.pdf King 150 AP AFMS.pdf GTX330_AFMS.pdf GTN750_AFMS_STC.pdf GTN650_AFMS_STC.pdf G500_AFMS.pdf PreciseFlightSBS_AFMS.pdf
  4. I'm in need of a copy of a STC and POH Supplements for a Short Body Mooney M20C or M20E. I also need a copy of the Installation instructions for the Short Body Mooney M20 Series as well if anyone has a copy. This is for supporting documentation to be submitted for a Field Pre Approval for my M20A with a M20E Wing. I have already purchased a complete S-Tec 30 system and I'm well on my way to applying for the field approval. Any assistance is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance! Carl
  5. I’m upgrading my M20K 252 to an Encore with SB engine and dual caliper brakes. I need an Encore POH in printed or .pdf format. Does any have one to sell or know where I can get one?
  6. Hello All, I'm in need of a POH for the Ovation2 s/n 29-0323 to 29-0332. any ideas?
  7. This site is a great resource to share ideas and experiences. Hope it stays so, but I just read a thread thread this morning about flying above gross weight which was reinvigorated by a person looking for a copy of a Mooney Parts Catalog and Maintenance Manual and it got me thinking about another "technical" or is it "actual" violation of law which may expose this entire site or the culpable individuals to a law suit. I doubt Mooney would actually do it since this site is one of their best advertising streams, but I would say they have all rights to do so to anyone sharing their digital data without permission. Selling an original Mooney bound book or a Mooney thumb-drive bought from the company would be like going to a used book store, but anything else is possibly theft of intellectual property. Did Mooney as corporation give such permission carte blanche to this site? The thumb-drive data I have shows a copyright. Those looking for Mooney Pubs could just call them and have them sent. Service & Parts (830) 792-2901 or email technicalsupport@mooney.com. They tend to be very responsive. It is possible that I am missing a key piece of information on this and I am not a lawyer......I just want to make sure if the data he needs it is not a violation of Copyright Law. Kinda like the Napster thing was. Thoughts?
  8. I'm making up my own checklists for my 1962 M20C, and as I'm writing them up, I'm cross referencing them with the POH. As I read through the manuals they specify running the Carbureted O-360 engine Lean of Peak, as far as I can tell! I have always understood that this was a VERY questionable idea, pretty much asking for trouble. I cross referenced this with the manual for a 1967 M20C, and the advice was the same. Does anyone run 25 Deg LOP as the manual describes? Here is the paragraph in question: Lean the mixture for smooth operation (reference Lycoming's Operators Manual.) The Exhaust Gas Temperature Indicator is to be used only as an aid in setting the mixture during cruse at powers up to 75% power, but not take-off, climb, or descent. For lean-out procedures at 75% power or lower, lean to peak temperature, then lean until temperature drops 25 Deg F. minimum. In the '67 manual, it continues talking about Best Power Setting: To obtain a best power (maximum airspeed) setting, lean to peak temperature and then enrich mixture (push control forward) until the indicator shows a 100 Deg F. drop (four marks on the gauge) from the peak temperature. This has probably been discussed before, but I couldn't find it in a search. Thanks, James
  9. Hi there, does anyone have an electronic version of the POH for an M20E (1966)?
  10. Hi everyone, been a while since i came here ! first time i post on the new board... I was wondering if any of you knew where i could find what's in the title (POH for M20J and 252 in electronic format). I'd like to know these two better Thanks in advance for your help !
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