Just received the SR22 “Specifications and Description”, along with a purchase agreement.
Here are numbers (some previously posted) and facts from the book:
Max Gross Wt: 3,400 lbs
Std. Empty Wt: 2,250 lbs
Useful Load: 1,150 lbs
Fuel Cap: 80 gal
Oil 8 qts
Powerplant: TCM IO-550-N, 6 cyl, normally aspirated, 310hp @ 2,700 RPM, TBO 1,700 hrs
Prop: Hartzell, constant-speed, 3-blade, 78 in.
Wing span: 38.5 ft.
Cruise speed, 75% power, 8,000 ft MSL: 180KTAS
Max range, IFR reserves: 1,000 NM
Climb, sea level: 1,400 fpm
Ceiling: 17,500 ft
Takeoff, ground roll @ sealevel: 1,100 ft
Takeoff, over 50ft obstacle: 1,600 ft.
Landing, ground roll @ sealevel: 1,020 ft
Landing, over 50ft obstacle, sealevel: 2,300 ft
Stall speed, flaps up, 70KIAS
Stall speed, flaps down, 59KIAS
Vne: 204 KCAS
Vfe: 104 KIAS
Va: 142 KIAS
Electrical system: 24VDC, 10AH starting batter,
7AH secondary battery, 60-amp primary alternator, 20-amp secondary alternator
Primary alternator charges both batteries, secondary alternator charges secondary battery and powers flight-essential equipment.
Instruments: true ASI, electric AI, altimeter, turn coordinator, electric HSI, VSI
Avionics include a two-axis autopilot. It provides roll stabilization, turn command, heading hold, tracking of both GPS and VHF nav receivers and GPS steering. The second axis provides altitude control, including rate of climb and descent.
Those were the things that caught my eye on the first read through the book.