Cessna, 177 RG, Cardinal, Aircraft, 1971, 1976, ebook, maintenance, pdf, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975
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Production/model years: 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976
Manual size: 39 MB
Model specifications: 177 RG, 177 RG Cardinal
Serial numbers: 0000
Manual Language: English
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Crew: 1 pilot
Capacity: 3 passengers
Length: 27 ft 8 in (8.44 m)
Wingspan: 35 ft 6 in (10.82 m)
Height: 8 ft 7 in (2.62 m)
Wing area: 174 ft² (16.2 m²)
Empty weight: 1,495 lb (680 kg)
Max takeoff weight: 2,500 lb (1,100 kg)
Powerplant: 1× Lycoming O-360-A1F6D flat-4 engine, 180 hp (135 kW)
Maximum speed: 136 knots (157 mph, 250 km/h)
Cruise speed: 124 knots (143 mph, 230 km/h)
Range: 604 nm (695 mi, 1,120 km)
Service ceiling: 14,600 ft (4,450 m)
Rate of climb: 840 ft/min (4.27m/s)
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Cardinal 177 RG Aircraft Main Features And Performance Specifications
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Engine(s) – make/model: Lycoming IO-360-A1B6D
Fuel type: 100LL
Landing gear type: Tri/retr
Max TO weight (lbs): 2800
Empty weight (lbs): 1768
Useful load–std (lbs): 1032
Usable fuel–std (gal/lbs): 60
Payload–full std fuel (lbs): 672
Wingspan: 35’ 6”
Overall length: 27’ 3”
Height: 8’ 7”
Wing area (sq ft): 174
Wing loading (lbs/sq ft): 16.1
Power loading (lbs/hp): 14.0
Seating capacity: 4
Cabin doors: 2
Cabin width (in): 43
Cabin height (in): 43
The Cessna Cardinal's exhibition is sufficient by 1970s principles for 180-HP planes yet more current plans to best it. Book voyage speeds range from 120 to 130 bunches, while the 150-HP 177 is recorded at 115 bunches. Those numbers miss the mark regarding the Grumman Tiger (139 bunches) and are about comparable to the Cherokee 180/Archer and better than the pokey Beech Sundowner. Trendy plans, for example, the Diamond Star and Cirrus SR20—still four-place, fixed-gear cruisers like the Cardinal—clearly improve.
Proprietors report certifiable execution sensibly near book figures, aside from the 1968 model. Ordinary figures: 125 bunches on 9 to 10 GPH. The 1968 model, based on some proprietor reports, is fortunate to voyage at 110 bunches, despite the fact that we presume broken gear has a great deal to do with these low numbers. Climb rate is about normal for this class of airplane—once more, except for the 1968 plane, whose proprietors all around whine about its lazy ascension execution.
Cruise speed (kts–75%): 144
Cruise Fuel Burn (gph/lbs): 10.5
Best rate of climb, SL (fpm): 925
Service Ceiling (ft): 17,100
Stall (Vso – kts): 50
TO over 50 ft (ft): 1645
Ldg over 50 ft (ft): 1370