Airspeed, and Altitude Limits | |
Maximum Operating Cruise Speed | Mach 2.04 (around 1350MPH) |
Maximum Permissible Range | 4500 Miles (3900 Naut' Miles) |
Average Take-off speed | 250MPH |
Average Landing speed | 185MPH |
Maximum landing gear speed | 270Kts (Mach 0.7) |
Maximum operating altitude | 60,000Ft |
Normal type pressure | 230 PSI |
Maximum visor down speed | 325Kts (Mach 0.8) |
Maximum nose down (5 degrees) speed | 325Kts (Mach 0.8) |
Maximum nose down (12.5 degrees) speed | 270 Kts (Mach 0.7) below 20,000ft |
Maximum speed for landing light extention | 270 Kts |
Maximum fuel jettison speed | Mach 0.93 |
Maximum speed for windscreenwiper operation | 325Kts (Mach 0.8) |
Maximum positive incidence (angle of attack) | 16.5 Degrees |
Maximum negative incidence (angle of attack) | -5.5 Degrees (Above Mach 1.0) |
Temperature and pressure limits | |
MaximumTotal Temperatire (TMO) | 127 Degrees Celcius (on nose) |
Maximum Oil temp for start and takeoff | 125 Degrees Celcius |
Maximum Oil temp for takeoff and 5min transient | 195 Degrees Celcius |
Maximum Oil temp Continuous operation | 190 Degrees Celcius |
Minimum Oil temp for starting | -35 Degrees Celcius |
Minimum Oil temp for advance above idle | -20 Degrees Celcius |
Minimum Oil Pressure for contiunued operation | 5 PSI |
Minimum Oil Pressure for take off | 10 PSI |
Minimum Fuel temp for start up | -40 Degrees Celcius |
Minimum Fuel temp for advance above idle | -40 Degrees Celcius |
Maximum Fuel temp for contiunued operation | 50 Degrees Celcius |
Maximum Fuel pressure at Engine inlet | 20 PSIA |
Maximum Fuel pressure at Engine inlet | 7 PSI |