I have a 2002 SR22. During the taxi process if we turn off the boost pump like it states to do on the checklist the engine dies. 2 CFI’s with lots of Cirrus time have told me they have seen this before, and to just leave the boost pump on after landing to prevent the engine from dying. Have you heard of this, or experienced this?
Another CFI with a good amount of Cirrus time said this isn’t right and we will eventually burn out our boost pump. Any comments or suggestions ? Thanks
We are landing in the pattern with full mixture. Some replies I have already received said my mixture is too lean. Once we pull off the runway we typically pull the mixture back to the “t” in mixture.