CIRRUS SR NORMAL CHECKLIST. BEFORE START CHECK . PAGE 1. The POH remains the official source of information. BEFORE TAXI CHECK. P/N CIRRUS PILOT CHECKLIST. MODEL SR Primary Flight Display. ILS. ILS. TAS KTS. GS 98 KTS. OAT 11°C. SAV. DTK °. ISSUED: March P/N Quick Reference Checklist for. SR20 Serials and Subsequent with Cirrus Perspective+ Avionics.
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Preflight. Complete. Brakes. Hold Altimeter. Set. Documents. A R O W Weight and Balance Within Limits. Doors. Closed Fuel. Correct Tank. Avionics. Off. Cirrus Design. Pilot's Operating Handbook. SR List of Effective Pages. List of Effective . This Pilot's Operating Handbook (POH) has been prepared by Cirrus. Free Cirrus SR20 Checklists to Download. The web's largest collection of checklists.
Model - Serial Num. Supplements are issued individually and are controlled by the Log of Supplements Page in Section 9.
Dates of original issue and revised pages are: Reissue Read this Handbook carefully. However, some deviations from this specification were made for clarity.
The Handbook is presented in loose-leaf form for ease in inserting revisions and is sized for convenient storage. Tabbed dividers throughout the Handbook allow quick reference to each section.
Logical and convenient Tables of Contents are located at the beginning of each section to aid in locating specific data within that section.
The Handbook is divided into ten sections as follows: Section General Section Limitations Section Mild engine roughness in flight may be caused by one or more spark plugs becoming fouled.
A sudden engine roughness or misfiring is usually evidence of a magneto malfunction. Note Low oil pressure may be indicative of an imminent engine failure Refer to Low Oil Pressure procedure in this section for special procedures with low oil pressure. Note A damaged out-of-balance propeller may cause extremely rough operation.
If an out-of-balance propeller is suspected, immediately shut down engine and perform Forced Landing checklist. If a partial engine failure permits level flight, land at a suitable airfield as soon as conditions permit. If conditions do not permit safe level flight, use partial power as necessary to set up a forced landing pattern over a suitable landing field. Always be prepared for a complete engine failure and consider CAPS deployment if a suitable landing site is not available.
If the power loss is due to a fuel leak in the injector system, fuel sprayed over the engine may be cooled by the slipstream airflow which may prevent a fire at altitude.
Typically, a temporary revision is superseded and replaced by the next numbered revision. Numbered revisions are printed on white paper, normally cover several subjects, and are issued as general updates to the Handbook. Identifying Revised Material Each page in the Handbook has revision identification at the lower inside corner opposite the page number.
In the event that the majority of pages in the Handbook are revised, Cirrus may determine that it is more effective to reissue the Handbook.
Revised material on a page can be identified by a change bar located at the outside page margin. See the outside margin of this page adjacent to this paragraph for an example. Revision bars are not used at reissues of the Handbook. Additional copies of the Handbook and revision service can be obtained from Customer Service at Cirrus Design at the address below.
Data in a supplement either adds to, supersedes, or replaces similar data in the basic Handbook. It is not a requirement that owners retain information, such as supplements, that is not applicable to their airplane.
You will find the information useful in acquainting yourself with the airplane, as well as in loading, fueling, sheltering, and handling the airplane during ground operations.