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TOPIC: TLS Bravo engine management

TLS Bravo engine management 1 month 4 weeks ago #385

Hi everyone,
as a new TLS owner and new member of this community, I have a first question.
I'd like to have some feedback from fellow owners on their favorite/optimal settings for managing the engine in the different flight configurations (climb, cruise, descent).
Thank you.
Jérôme
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TLS Bravo engine management 1 week 6 days ago #386

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hi. do U have digital engine management and/or gamijectors? if so, U could fly lop.
if not, fly always peak tit around 1650 f. for long distance (2_5h) i fly 30 inHg, = approc. 70%hp.
for short flights (1-2h) i fly 27-29 in Hg
at all altitudes.
i consider this efficient/economical. the gain of speed at map >32 in Hg is not worth the fuel consumption, shorter travel time nor engine wear. considering different wind speeds/directions at different altitudes optimises travel time/ fuel consumption. my longest regular distances flown weekly were scotland and northern spain. goint to higher teens (fl160+) for speed efficiency is worth only for trips longer than 3 hrs. (time+fuel for climb vs. speed gain at levels).
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TLS Bravo engine management 1 week 6 days ago #387

Thank you. What about the mixture during a cruise climb at 34/2400?
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TLS Bravo engine management 1 week 5 days ago #388

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during enroute climb: it‘s all about keeping the cylinders at 400F or below: either full rich or U can slowly lean: but U have to observe cylinder head temperature of all 6 cylinders and egt: keep cylinders at 400 F or below and avoid egt range peak egt minus 100F ROP (risk of detonation=hammer of Thor to the cylinders). in cruise: keep cylinders at 380F or below for longevity: tit or reduce throttle or fly lean of peak (if U have balanced gamijectos+digital engine monitoring) or richer than -100F ROP or open the the cowl flaps .
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