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TE~CTRON LYCONIING
Aircraft

Engines

SERIES

0-360, HO-360, 10-360, TIG-360 AIO-360, HIO-360

60297-12

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UAL

Lycoming
10-360 T10-360

0-360, HO-360, AIO-360, HIO-360

SERIES AIRCRAFT ENGIN~S

7h Edition

July,

2000

Approved by F.A.A.

Part No. 60297-7 2

Printed in U.S.A.

Lycoming
OPERt~TORS MANUAL
REVISION
REVISION NO. 60297-1 2-6

PUBLICATION

PUBLICATION
NO.

PUBLICATION
DATE

O, HO, 1O, AIO, HIO, TIG-360


SERIES

60297-12

April

1989

The

page(s) in this the operators manual.


PREVIOUS REVISIONS

add to,

or

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CURRENT REVISIONS

July

1989

May

2000

3-5
March 1990

3-12A, Adds

page

3-12B; 3-13

1-5, 1-6; 2-9, 2-10, 2-11, 2-12, 2-13; Added page 3-18A; 3-29;
5-4

May

1996

1-5, 1-6, 1-7; 2-2, Added page 2-2A/B;2-9, 2-10, 2-11, 2-12, 2-13, 2-14; 3-12, Added page

3-12A/B; 3-14, Added page 3-]4A/B; 3-15, 3-16, Added pages 3-16A, 3-16B; 3-17, 3-18, 3-26, Added pages 3-26A/B, 3-40A/B; 3-50, Added pages 3-50A, 3-50B; 3-51

April

1998

3-3, 3-4, Added page 3-4A/B


1-7; 2-2B; 2-10, 2-13, 3-12, 3-15, 3-23, 3-40A, Added page 3-40B; 8-1
December 1999 2-2A, Added page

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WAR RANTY
REPLACEMENT PART

(LIMITE D) RECIPROCATING AIRCRAFT ENGINE

WHAT TEXTRON LYCOMING PROMISES YOU


Lycoming warrantp each new reciprocating aircnft engine replacement part sold by it to be me f~m defects wo~nnanship appearing within one (1) yeat from its date of first operrtion. The date of first operation, must not exceed two (2) years from the date of shipment from Textton Lycoming.
Textron

inmaterial and

Textron Lycomings obligation under this warranty shall be limited to its choice of repair or replacement, on anexchange basis, of the replacement part, when Textron Lycaaning has determined that the part is defective inmaterial or worlannnFhiD. Textron Lycoming will also reimtRlrse you for the costs for labor in connection with the repair or replacement as

provided in Textron Lycomings then cumnt Removal and Installation Labor Allowance Guidebook.

Any pan so repaired or replaced will be warmnted for the remainder of the original warranty period.

YOUR OBLIGATIONS
The

engine in
an

which the

warranty with

replacement part is imtalled must have received normal use and service. You must apply for authorized Textron Lycoming distributor within 30 days of the appearance of tbe defect in material or

worbnanship.
Textron the part

Lycomings warranty

does not

cover

of Textron Lycoming

set forth above are your

nonnal maintenance expenses or consumable items. The obligations on exclusive remedy and the exclusive liability of Textron Lycoming.

This warranty allocates the risk of product failure between you and Textron Textron

Lycoming, as permitted by applicable

law.

Lycoming rrseIves the right to deny any waranty claim if it reasonably determines that the engine orpart has subject to accident or used, adjusted, altered, handled, maintained or stored other than as directed in your operators manual, or ifmn-germine Texuon Lycoming parts are installed in or on the engine and are determiwd to be a possible cause of the incident for which the warmnty application is filed.
been Textron

such alterations in

Lycoming may change the construction of engines at any time engines or pans previously sold.

without

incurring any obligation to incorporate

THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES AND REPRESENTATIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, WHETHER WRI~ITEN OR ORAL, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TOANY WARRANTY OFMERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE,
AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY ARISING FROM ANY COURSE OF PERFORMANCE OR DEALING OR TRADE USAGE. THIS WARRANTY IS ALSO IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER OBLIGATION, LIABILITY, RIGHT OR CLAIM, WHETHER IN CONTRACT OR IN TORT, INCLUDING ANY RIGHT IN STRICT LIABILITY IN TORT OR ANY RIGHT ARISING FROM NEGLIGENCE ON THE PART OF TEXTRON

LYCOMING,

AND

TEXTRON LYCOMINGS LIABILITY ON SUCH CLAM SHALL IN NO CASE EXCEED THE PRICE ALLOCABLE TO THE ENGINE OR PART WHICH GIVES RISE TO THE CWM.

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LIMITATION OF LIABILITY IN NO EVENT, WHETHER AS A RESULT OFA BREACH OPWARRANTY, CONTRA~ OR ALLEGED NEGLIGENCE, SHALL TMTRON LYCOMING BE LIABLE FOR SPECW, OR CONSEQUENTLAL OR ANY OTHER DAMAGES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OFPROE~IS OR REVENUES, LOSS OF USE OFTHE ENGINE OR COST OFA
No agreement varying this warmnty or Textron Lycomings obligations ~mdet it will Lycoming unless in writing signed by a duly authorized representative of Textmn Lycoming. be

binding

upon Textron

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WAR RANTY
(LIMITED)
NEW AND REMANUFACTURED

RECIPROCATING ArRCRAFT ENGINE


WHAT TEXTRON LYCOMING PROMISES YOU
Textron Lycoming wanants each new and remarmfactured reciprocating engine sold by it to be free from defects in materialand worbnanship appearing within one (1) year from the date of first operation, excluding necessary aircraft acceptance testing. The date of first operationmust not exceed two (2) years from the date of shipment from Textron

Lycoming.
Textron Lycomings obligation under this warranty shall be limited to its choice of repair or replacement, on an exchange basis, of the engine or any part of the engine, when Textnm Lycoming has determined that the engine is defective in material or workmanship. Such repair or replacement will, be made by Textron Lycoming at no charge to you. Textron Lycoming will also bear the cost for labor in connection with the repair or replacement as provided in Textron Lycomings then current Removal and Installation Labor Allowance Guidebook.
to be defective in material or workmanship during expiration of Texaon Lycomings recommended Time Between Overhaul(TBO), or two (2) years frmn the date of first operation, whichever occurs first, Textron Lycoming will reimburse you for a pro rata portion of the charge for the repair or replacement (at its choice) with Textron Lycoming parts, of pans required to be repaired or replaced, ora replacement engine, if it determines that engine replacement is required. Textron Lycomings obligation during the proration period extends to major pans of the engine, which are limited to crankcase, crankshaft, camshaft, cylinders, connecting rods, pistons, sump, accessory housing and gears. The proration policy does not extend to labor or to accessories, including but not limited to magnetos, carburetors or fwlinjectors, fuel pumps, starters, alternators and turbochargers and their controllers.

In

addition, ifTextron Lycoming determines that the engine proves


until the

the

period

Any engine

or

part

so

repaired or replaced will be

entitled

to

warimty for the remainder of the original waranty

period.

YOUR OBLIGATIONS
The engine must have received normal use and service. Youmust apply for warranty with Lycoming distributor within 30 days of the appearance of the defect in material or worlonanship.
an

authorized Textron

Textron Lycomiys warranty does not cover normal maintenance expenses or consumable items.Ihe obligations on the pan of Textron Lycoming set fonh above are your exclusive remedy and the exclusive liability of Texton Lycoming. This warranty allocates the risk of product failure between you and Textron Lycoming, as permitted by applicable law.

LycominC: -reserves the right to deny any warranty claim if it reasonably determines that the engine or part has subject to accident or used, adjusted, altered, handled, maintained or stored other than as directed in your operators manual, or if non-genuine Textron Lycoming parts are installed in or on the engine and are determined to be a possible cause of the incident for which the warranty application is filed.
been Textron

Textron

such alterations in

Lycoming may change the consauction of engines at any time without incurring engines or pans previously sold.

any

obligation to incorporate

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THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES AND REPRESENTATIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, WHETHER WRI?TEN OR ORAL, ~NCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY WARRANTY OFMBRCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY ARISING FROM ANY COURSE OF PERFORMANCE OR DEALING OR

TRADF.USAGE. THIS WARRANTY IS ALSO IN LIEU OFANY OTHER OBLIGATION, LIAB~LITY, RIGHT OR CLAIM, WHETHER IN CONTRACT OR IN TORT, INCLUDING ANY RIGHT IN STRICT LIABILITY IN TORT OR ANY ARISING FROM NEGLIGENCE ON THE PART OF TEXTRON LYCOMING, AND TEXTRON LYCOMINGS LIABILITY ON SUCH CLAIM SHALL IN NO CASE EXCEED THE PRICE ALLOCABLE TO THE ENGINE OR PART WHICH GIVES RISE TO THE CLAIM.

LIMITATION OF LIABILITY IN NO EVENT, WHBIHER AS A RESULT OF A BREACH OF WARRANTY, CONTRACT OR ALLEGED NEGLIGENCE, SHALL TEXTRON LYCOMING BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL OR ANY OTHER DAMAGES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OF PROFITS OR REVENUES, LOSS OF USE OF THE ENGINE OR COST OF A REPLACEMENT.
No agreement varying this warranty orTextron Lycomings obligations under it will Lycoming unless in writing signed by a duly authorized representative of Textron Lycoming. be

binding

upon Textron

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WAR RANTY
(LIMITE D) OVE R HAU LE D RECIPROCATING AIRCRAFT ENGINE
WHAT TEXTRON LYCOMING PROMISES YOU
Textron

Lycoming

warrants

each overhauled

reciprocating engine sold by it

to be free from defects in

material and

worlrmnnship appearing withinone (1)

testing.

year from the date of firstoperation, excluding necessary aircraft acceptance The date of first operation must not exceed two (2) years from the date of shipment from Textron Lycoming.

Textron Lycomings obligation under this warmnty shall be limited to its choice of repair or replacement, on an exchange basis, of the engine or any partof the engine, when Textron Lycoming has determined that the engine is defecti~e in material or worlrmanship. Such repair or replacement will be made by Textron Lycoming at no charge to you. Textron Lycoming will also bear the cost for labor in connection with the repair or replacement as provided in Texton Lycomings then current Removal and Installation Labor Allowance Guidebook.

Any engine

or

paa so repaired or replaced will be entitled to warranty for the remainder of the

original wafidnty period.

YOUR OBLIGATIONS
The

engine mustbave received normal

use

and service. You

must

Lycoming distributor within 30 days


Textr(,n

of the appeamnce of the defect in material

apply far warranty with or worlrnanship.

an

authorized Texcron

Lycomings warranty does not cover normal maintenance expenses or consumable items. The obligations on Lycoming set forth above are your exclusive remedy and the exclusive liability of Textron Lycoming. This warranty allocates the risk of product failure between you and Texaon Lycoming, as permitted by applicable law.
the part of Textron

Lycoming reserves the right to deny any warranty claim if it reasonably determines that the engine orpart has subject to accident or used, adjusted, altered, handled, maintained or stored other than as directed in your operators manual, or ifnon-genuine Textron Lycoming parts are installed in or on the engine and are determined to be a possible
Textron been
cause

of the incident for which the warranty

application is filed.

Textron

such alterations in

Lycoming may change the constnrtion of engines at any time without incurring any obligation to incorporate engines orparts previously sold.

THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES AND REPRESEN-

TATIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, WHETHER WRI?TEN OR ORAL, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE,
AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY ARISING FROM ANY COURSE OF PERFORMANCE OR DEALING OR TRADE USAGE. THIS WARRANTY IS ALSO IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER OBLIGATION, LIABILITY, RIGHT OR CLAIM, WHETHER IN CONTRACT OR IN TORT, INCLUDING ANY RIG~ STRICT LIABILITY IN TORT OR ANY RIGHT ARISING FROM NEGLIGENCE ON THE PART OF TEXTRON LYCOMING, AND
TEXTRON LYCOMINGS LIABILITY ON SUCH CLAIM SHALL IN NO CASE EXCEED THE PRICE ALLOCABLE TO THE ENGINE OR PART WHICH GIVES RISE TO THE CLAIM.

LIMITATION OF IlABIIlTY IN NO EVENT, WHFI~R AS A RESULT OF A BREACH OPWARRANTY, CONTRA~T OR ALLEGED NEGLIGENCE, SHAtLTE]CTRON LYCOM[NG BE L[ABLB tcOR SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL OR ANY OTHER DAMAGES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIhaBD TO LOSS OFPROPITS OR REVENUES, LOSS OF USIEi OFTHE

BNGINB OR COST OFA REPLACEMENT.


No agnement varying this w9rraay or Tcxtnm Lycomiqgs oblieatioas under it will Lycoming unless in writing signed by a duly authorized npcscntative of Tatron Lycomiqg. be

binding

upon Textron

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ATTENTION
OWN E RS, OPE RATORS, AN D MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL

operators specifications, and


This

manual

contains

description
on

of

the

engine,

its

detailed information

how to

operate;~d-maintain

procedures that may be required in conjunction with periodic inspections are also included. This manual is intended for use by owners, pilots and maintenance personnel responsible for care of Lycoming powered aircraft. Modifications and repair procedures are
it. Such maintenance

contained in

should refer to

Lycoming overhaul manuals; these for such procedures.


SAFI~ TY WARNING;

maintenance

personnel

folluu, the operating instructions and to carry out periodic maintenance procedures can result in poor engine perJbrmance and power loss. Also, if power and speed limitations specified in this manual are exceeded, jor any reason; damaKe to the engine and personal injury call happc?n. Consult your local ~An approved maintenance facility. Nc~lectinl:
to

SERVICE BULLETINS, INSTRUCTIONS, AND LETTERS

Although the information contained in this manual is up-to-date at time of publication, users are urged to keep abreast of later information Lycoming Service Bulletins, Instructions and Service Letters through which are available from all Lycoming distributors or from the factory by subscription. Consult the latest edition of Service Letter No.
L114 for subscription information.
SP~CIA L NO TIS

7;be illustrations, pictures and drawings shown in this publication are typical of the subject matter they portray; ill no instance are they to be

interpreted

as

e~camyles of any specific engine, equipment

or

part thereof.

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE

Proper service and repair is essential to increase the safe, reliable operation of all aircraft engines. The service procedures recommended by Textron Lycoming are effective methods for performing service operations. Some of these service operations require the use of tools specially designed for the task. These special tools must be used when
and
as

recommended.

important to note that most Textron Lycoming publications contain various Warnings and Cautions which must be carefully read in order to~ minimize the risk of personal injury or the use of improper service methods that may damage the engine or render it unsafe.
It is

understand that these Warnings and Cautions are not all inclusive. Textron Lycoming could not possibly know, evaluate or advise the service trade of all conceivable ways in which serIt is also

important

to

vice

might

be done

or

of the

possible hazardous

Acordingly, anyone who uses a satisfy themselves thoroughly that neither their safety nor aircraft ty will be jeopardized by the service procedure they select.
be involved.

consequences that may service procedure must first

safe-

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page
SECTION 1

DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATIONS OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS PERIODIC: INSPECTIONS MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES

1-1

SECTION 2
SECTION 3

2-1 3-1
4-1

SECTION 4 SECTION 5 SECTION 6 SECTION 7


SECTION 8

5-1 6-1
?-1 8-1

TROUBLE--SHOOTING
INSTALLATION AND STORAGE
TABLES

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IO-360-A1A

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ORIGINAL As 8eceived By
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SECTION

DESCRIPTION

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL

DESCRIPTION

Page
General

............1-1
...........1-1 .1-1
..........1-1

Cylinders Valve Operating Mechanism


Crankcase

Crankshaft

..........1-2 Rods

Connecting
Pistons

.1-2
............1-2 .1-2 ...........1-2 .1-2 .1-2 .1-4

Accessory Housing Oil Sump Cooling System Induction System Lubrication System Priming System Ignition System Model Application Table

.1-4 .1-4
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0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS
SECTION 1 DESCRIPTION
The O, HO, IO, AIO, HIO, LIO and TIG-360 series
direct drive, In
are

SECTION 1

are

four

cylinder,

horizontally opposed,

air cooled

engines.

referring

to the location of the various

described

as

installed in

engine components, the parts the airframe. Thus, the power take-off end is

the front and the accessory drive end the rear. The sump section is the bottom and the opposite side of the engine where the shroud tubes are

located the
observer

top. Reference
the
rear

to the

left and The

facing

of the
on

front to rear, odd numbers

the

engine. right. The

right side is made with the cylinders are numbered from


direction of rotation of the

crankshaft,

the rear, is clockwise. Rotation for accessory drives is determined with the observer facing the drive pad.
NOTE

viewed from

The letter "L" in the

model pY~fir

denotes the

reverse

rotation

basic model.

Exanzple:

n?odel IO-360-C has clockwise! rotation

the LIO-360-C has counter-clockwise rotatio~l crankshaft. tlje the rotatiolz drives LIO-360-C Likewise, crankshaft. of of t~e accessory are opposite those of the hasic nrodel as listed in Section 2 of this ntartual.
The letter "D" used denotes that the
as

of of of

the the

the 4th

or

flaYtiCLllaY single housiztg. Example: nll iltJbrmatiorz pertinent will apply to 0-360-A 1F6L). Operational aspects of el7gil?es are the same specifications for the basic Inon~l will apply.
Cjllinders
the two and

nrodel

5th character in tlJe nzodel suffix employs dual masletos housed in a


to

the 0-360-AI~6

performance

curves

arzd

The cylinders are of conventional air cooled construction with major parts, head and barrel, screwed and shrunk together. The heads are made from an aluminum alloy casting with a fully machined combustion chamber. Rocker shaft bearing supports are cast integral with the head along with housings to form the rocker boxes. The cylinder barrels have deep integral cooling fins and the inside of the barrels are ground and honed to a specified finish.

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SECTL.ON 1
Valve

0-360 and ASSOCIATEa MODELS


Mecl,anism

A conventional type camshaft is located above and parallel to the crankshaft. The camshaft actuates hydraulic tappets which operate the valves through push rods and valve rockers. The valve rockers are supported on full floating steel shafts. The valve springs

OperntinR

against hardened means of split keys.


Crankcase

bear

steel seats and

are

retained

on

the valve stems

by

assembly consists of two reinforced aluminum alloy castings, fastened together by means of studs, bolts and nuts. The mating surfaces of the two castings are joined without the use of a gasket, and the main bearing bores are machined for use of precision type main bearing inserts.
steel

The crankcase

Cmltksbnft forging.

Tile crankshaft is made from

chrome nickel

molybdenum

All

bearing journal
The
steel

surfaces

are

nitrided.

connecting rods are made in the form of "H" alloy forgings. They have replaceable bearing inserts in the crankshaft ends and bronze bushings in the piston ends. The bearing caps on the crankshaft ends are retained by two bolts and nuts through
sections from each cap.

Connecting

Hens

Pistons

The pistons are machined from an aluminum alloy. The piston pin is of a full floating type with a plug located in each end of the pin. Depending o? the cylinder assembly, pistons may be machined for either three or four rings and may employ either half wedge or full wedge rings.

Consult the latest revision of Service Instruction No. 1037 for proper piston and ring combinations.

Accessory Housing The accessory housing is made from an aluminum casting and is fastened to the rear of the crankcase and the top rear of the sump. It forms a housing for the oil pump and the various accessory drives.
Oil Sump (Except -AIO Series) The sump incorporates an oil drain plug, oil suction screen, mounting pad for carburetor or fuel injector, the intake riser and intake pipe connections.

Crankcase Covers (-AIO Series) Crankcase covers are employed on the and of bottom the engine. These covers incorporate oil suction top screens, oil scavenge line connections. The top cover incorporates a connection for a breather line and the lower cover a connection for an oil suction line.

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TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

SECTION 1
to be cooled

Coolinl: Systeln
Baffles
are

These

engines

are

designed

by air

pressure.

provided

to build up a pressure and force the air

cylinder fins. The air is then exhausted to augmentor tubes usually located at the rear
Iirnuctio,i

through the the atmosphere through gills or of the cowling.


engines
are

Systeri?
with either
a

Lycoming
float type
or

0-360 and MO-360 series

pressure type carburetor. See Table 1 for model application. Particularly good distribution of the fuel-air mixture to each cylinder is obtained through the center zone induction system, which is integral with the oil sump and is submerged in oil,

equipped

insuring
in

more

the sump.

cylinder by

uniform vaporization of fuel and aiding in cooling the oil From the riser the fuel-air mixture is distributed to each individual intake pipes.

Lycoming 10-360, AIO-360, HIO-360 and TIG-360 series engines are equipped with a Bendix type RSA fuel injector, with the exception of model ~0-360-B1A which is equipped with a Simmonds type 530 fuel injector. (See Table 1 for model application.) The fuel injection system schedules fuel flow in proportion to air flow and fuel vaporization takes place at the intake ports. A turbocharger is mounted as an integral part of the TIG-360 series engines. Automatic waste gate control of the turbocharger provides constant air density to the fuel injector inlet from
seal level to critical altitude. A brief

description of the carburetors and fuel injectors follows:


HA-6 carburetors are of the single manual mixture control and an idle

The Marvel-Schebler MA-4-5 and

float type equipped with cut-off.


barrel

The Marvel-Schebler MA-4-5AA carburetor is of the single barrel float type with automatic pressure altitude mixture control. This carburetor is equipped with idle cut-off but does not have a manual mixture control.
The

horizontal

Bendix-Stromberg PSH-5BD is carburetor, incorporating

pressure
an

enrichment valve and an automatic mixture with an idle cut-off and a manual mixture control. The AMC unit works independently of, and in parallel with, the manual mixture control.

operated, single barrel airflow operated power control unit. It is equipped

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TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


SECTION 1
0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

The Bendix RSA type fuel injection system is based on the principle of measuring air flow and using the air flow signal in a stem type regulator to convert the air force into a fuel force. This fuel force (fuel pressure

differential)

when

makes fuel flow

applied across the fuel metering proportional to air flow.

section

(jetting system)

The Simmonds type 530 is a continuous flow fuel injection system. This continuous flow system has three separate components:

i. A fuel pump assembly. 2. A throttle body assembly.


3. Four fuel flow nozzles.

This system is throttle actuated. Fuel is injected into the engine intake valve ports by the nozzles. The system continuously delivers metered fuel

port in response to throttle position, engine speed and mixture control position. Complete flexibility of operation is provided by the manual mixture control which permits the adjustment of the amount of injected fuel to suit all operating conditions. Moving the mixture control to "Idle Cut-Off" results in a complete cut-off of fuel to the engine.
Lubrication
wet

to each intake valve

System (All models except AIO-360 series). The full pressure lubrication sump system is actuated by an impeller type pump contained within the accessory housing.
(AIO-360 series). The AIO-360 series is designed for aerobatic flying dry sump type. A double scavenge pump is installed on the

and is of the
accessory

housing.
primer system is provided on all engines carburetor. Fuel injected engines do not require a priming
a

Priming System
employing
system.
a

Provision for

Ignition Systenz
Consult Table 1 for

Dual

ignition is furnished by model application.


Models

two Bendix

magnetos.

Countenueight System
of the
model

crankshafts with

designated by the numeral 6 in the suffix number (example: 0-360-A1G6) are equipped with pendulum type counterweights attached.

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TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS
TABLE

SECTION

MODEL APPLIC~ION
Model

Left""

Right**

Carburetor

0-360

-A1A, -A2A, -A3A,


-A4A

-A~C,-C2D -A1D, -A2D, -A3D, -A4D, -A2E -A1F, -A2F, -A~F6 -A1G, -A2G, -A4G,
-A~G6

S4LN-21 S4LN-200
S4LN-200

S4LN-20
S4LN-204

MA-4-S

PSH-SBD
MA-4-5
MA-4-S HA-6 HA-6 HA-6

S4LN-204

S4LN-~227 S4LN-~209 S4LN-~227 S4LN-~209 S4LN-21 S4LN-204


4273 4373
4270

-A1H, -A2H, -A4J


-A~H6

-A1P, -A4P, -B2C,


-C4P 4370 4370
4370

MA-4-5 HA-6 MA-4-5 MA-4-5 M;A-4-5

-A4K, -C~F,
-A4M -A4N

-C4F

437~

4371
4251

4251

-B1A, -B2A, -C~A, -C~G,-C2A -B1B,-B2B,-C1C,


-C2C

S4LN-21

S4LP~-20

S4LN-200
4051

S4LN-204
4050

MA-4-5
MA-4-5

-C~E, -C2E, -A4M


-C2B

S4LN-2~
S4LN-2~

S4LN-20 S4LN-20 S4LN-204


419~

-D1A, -D2A
-D2B -F1A6

S4LN-200
4191

PSH-SBD MA-4-5 MA-4-5 HA-6


MA-4-5

-A~AD, -A3AD,
-ASAD
D4LN-302~

Models with counterclockwise rotation employ S4RN series. See latest edition of Service Instruction No. ~443 for alternate
netos.

mag-

Revised

May

1996

1-5

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SE~TION 3L
0-360 and ASSOCIAPE~ MODELS
TABLE 1

(CONT.)

MODEL APPLIC~ION

Model
0-360 (Cont.)

Left""

Right""

Carburetor

-A~F6D, -AlLD
-A1G6D -G1A6
-J2A MO-360

D4LN-3021

MA-4-5 HA-~

D4LN-302~ 4251
4347

4251
4370

HA-6 MA-4SPA

-A1A
-B~A -B1B
-C~A HIO-360

S4LN-200 S4LN-200 S4LN-200


4347

S4LN-204
S4LN-204

MA-4-5AA
PSH-SBD PSH-SBD HA-6

S4LN-200 4370

Fuel Iniectop
S4LN-200
S4LN-200

-A~A, -B~A, -BlB


-A1B,-C1A
-C1B -D~A

S4LN-200
S4LN-204

RSA-SAB~
RSA-SAD1

SLhN-~208 S4LN-1209
IS4LN-~208
S4LN-~208 D4LN-302~
D4LN-3200

RSA-SAD1

RSA-7AA~

-E~AD

RSA-SAB~
RSA-SAB1.

-E~BD, -F1AD
10-360

-A1A, -A2A, -B~B,


-B~C S4LN-200 S4LN-~227 S4LN-~208 S4LN-204 S4LN-1209 S4LN-1209 S4LN-1209

-A1B, -A2B, -A~B6 -A1C, -A2C, -C1B -A1D6, -BlE, -B2E


-A3B6 -B~A

RSA-SAD1 RSA-SAD~ RSA-SAD1 RSA-SAD1 RSA-SAD~ 530 RSA-SAD1

S4LN-1227
4372

4370 S4LN-204

S4LN-200
-ClA

-B~D,

S4LN-200

S4LN-204

Models with counterclockwise rotation


netos.

employ

S4I~N series.

See latest edition of Service Lnstruction No. 1443 for alternate mag-

~-d

Revised

May

1996

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL 0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

SECTION 1

TABLE

I(CONT.)
Ri t** Fuel Iniector

MODEL APPEICATION

Model
10-360 (Cont.)
-B 1 F,

Left""

-B2F, -B2F6

S4LN-1227 S4LN-21

S4LN-1227 S4LN-20

RSA-SAD 1 RSA-SAD 1

-B4A, -K2A -C 1 C, -C 1 C6, -C1D6 -C I E6, -C 1F, -FIA -D 1 A, -E IA


-A ID
-L2A

S4LN-1227 S4LN-1227 S4LN-1208


S4LN-21 4371 4371
4345

S4LN-1209 S4LN-1209 S4LN-1 209

RSA-SAD1 RSA-SADI
RSA-SADI

S4LN-204
4371 4370 4345

RSA-SADI
RSA-SADI RSA-SAD1 RSA-SAD1 RSA-SAD I

-M 1 A, -B 1G6

-C 1G6

-A1B6D,-A3B6D, -J 1 AD, -J 1 A6D -AID6D, -A3D6D


AIO-360

D4LN-3021

D4LN-3000

RSA-SAD1

A, -A2A -A 1B,.-A2B, -B 1B
-A 1

S4LN-1208 S4LN-1 227

S4LN-1 209

RSA-SAD 1 RSA-SAD1

S4LN-1209

TIG-360
-A 1 A, -A 1B, -A3 B6

S4LN-1208

S4LN-1209

RSA-SADI

-C 1A6D

D4LN-3021

Models with counterclockwise rotation

employ

S4RN series.

See latest edition of Service Instruction No. 1443 for alternate

magnetos

Engine

models with letter "D"


rn

as

4k

or

5"

character in suffix denotes

dual magnetos 1227 (impulse

models
D4LN

single housing. Basic models employing -21 or coupling magnetos) use D4LN or D4RN-3021. Basic employing -200 and -1208 (retard breaker magnetos) use Basic model 1O-360-C1C uses or D4RN-3000. Example
D4LN-3021.

S4LN-1227 and S4LN-1209, therefore model IO-360-C1CD would

employ

Revised December 1999

1-7

SECTION

SPECIFICATION

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL

SPECIFICATIONS

Specifications
F
2-1

.2-2

IOI3601A,-B,IC,ID,~E AI01360~A,IB HI013601A,IB HI013601C,ID HI013601E,~F T101360~A,IC Accessory Drives Detail Weights Engines
Dimensions

2-3

2~4
2-4

2~5
2~6

217
...2-8

..........2-9 .......2110

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OL360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS
SECTION 2

SECTION 2

SPE CI F I CAT IONS 0-360-A, -C, -F SERIES"


286 180 .2700 ............5.125 ...........,4.375 inches Stroke, 361.0 Displacement, cubic inches 8.5:1 ratio Compression 1-3-24 Firing order .....~.25 Sparkoccurs,degreesBTC Valve rocker clearance (hydraulic tappets collapsed) ........028-.080 .1:1 Propeller drive ratio .Clockwlse Propeller drive rotation (viewed from rear) "0-360-C2D only. Take-off rating 180 HP
2900 RPM and 28 in.

FAA Type Certificate Rated horsepower Rated speed, RPM Bore, inches

hg.

SPECIF=ICATIONS
0-360-B, -D SERIES
FAA Type Certificate Rated horsepower Rated speed, RPM Bore, inches Stroke, inches Displacement,cubic inches

Compression ratio Firing order 25 Spark occurs,degreesBTC Valve rocker clearance (hydraulic tappets collapsed) ........028-.080 .1:1 Propeller drive ratio .Clockwise from rotation drive rear) (viewed Propeller

286 168 .2700 .............5.125 ...........4.376 361.0 7.2:1 1-3-24

2-1

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SECTION 2

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS


SPECIFI C~I ON S
0-360-J2A

FAAType Certificate. Rated horsepower. Rated speed. RPM,


Bore, inches. Stroke, inches.....

286
145

.2400 thru 2700

5.~25
3.875

.............361,0 Displacement. cubicinches. ratio 8.5:~ Compression ~-3-2-4 Firing order .........,,.25 Sparkoccurs, degrees ETC. Valve rocker clearance (hydraulic tappets collapsed) .028-.080 1:1 Propellerdrive ratio Clockwise Propeller drive rotation (viewed from rear),

SPE CIFI C~I ON S

I
FAA Type Certificate.

HO-360-A,

-C

286 180
2700

Rated

horsepower. Rated speed, RPM

Bore, inches Stroke, inches.

,,,,,,,5,125
4.375 361.0

Displacement, cubic inches Compression ratio. Firing order. Sparkoccurs, degreesBTC,


Valve rocker clearance (hydraulic tappets collapsed)

8.5:1
1-3-2-4

25

.028-.080 1:1
Clockwise

Propeller drive ratio Propeller drive rotation (viewed from rear),

2-2

Revised

May

~996

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

SECTIOIY 2

SPECIFICATIONS
HO-360-B SERIES

Type Certificate. Rated horsepower Rated speed, RPM


FAA

286
..180

2900 5.125 ...4.375

Bore, inches Stroke, inches

361.0 Displacement, cubic inches 8.5:1 Compression ratio 1-3-2-4 Firing order ..............25 Spark occurs, degrees ETC Valve rocker clearance (hydraulic tappets collapsed) .028-.080 I:I Propeller drive ratio Clockwise Propeller drive rotation (vie\Ned fiom rear)

SPECIFICATIONS

I
Type Certificate Rated horsepower Rated speecf, RP~ Bore, inches
FAA

10-360-L2A*
1E10

.....160
2400

.....5.125

Stroke, inches.........................................4.375

Displacement, cubic inches Compression ratio Firing order Spark occurs, degrees ETC Valve rocker clearance (hydraulic.tappets collapsed) Propeller drive ratio Propeller drive rotation (viewed from rear)
This

361.0
8.5:1

1-3-2-4
25

........028-.080
1:1

Clockwise

engine

has

an

alternate

rating

of 180 HP at 2700 RPM. 2-2A

Revised December 1999

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SECTION 2

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS SPECIFICATIONS

10-3 60-B I G6, -M 1 A

Type Certificate Rated horsepower Rated speed, RPM


FAA

1E10

180 2700
....5.125

Bore, inches

Stroke, inches

...4.375 361.0 8.5:1


1-3-2-4

Displacement, cubic inches Compression ratio Firing order Spark occurs, degrees ETC Valve rocker clearance (hydraulic tappets collapsed) Propeller drive ratio Propeller drive rotation (viewed from rear)
This

25
........028-.080 I:1

Clockwise

engine has

an

alternate

rating

of 160 HP at 2400 RPM.

1O-360-C 1 G6

Type Certificate Rated horsepower Rated speed, RPM


FAA

1E10

..200 .2700 ....5.125 ...4.375

Bore, inches Stroke, inches

...........361.0 Displacement, cubic inches .8.7: 1 Compression ratio ...1-3-2-4 Firing order 20 Sparkoccurs, degrees ETC Valve rocker clearance, (hydraulic tappets collapsed) .......028-.080 I: I Propeller drive ratio Clockwise Propeller drive rotation (viewed from rear)

2-2B

Added December 1999

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

SECI~ION 2

SPE CI F I CATI ONS

IO-360-A,-C,-D,-J,-K SERIES
FAA Type Certificate. Rated horsepower Rated speed, RPM Bore, inches Stroke, inches... T)isplacement, cubic inches Compression ratio Firing order Spark occurs, degrees BTC...................................250** Valve rocker clearance (hydraulic tappets collapsed) Propeller drive ratio Propeller drive rotation (viewed from rear)

..1E10
......200 .....2700 .........5,125 ....4.375 .361.0 .....8.7:1 .........1-3-2-4

.028-.080 .....1:1 Clockwise

IO-360-B,-E,-F SERIES*
FAA Type Certificate. ..1E10 Rated horsepower ......180 Rated speed, RPM .....2700 .........5.125 Bore, inches ........4.375 Stroke, inches cubic inches...................................361.0 Displacement, .....8.5:1 Compression ratio .........1-3-2-4 Firing order Spark occurs, degrees I3~C... Valve rocker clearance (hydraulic tappets collapsed).............028-.080 .....1:1 Propeller drive ratio drive rotation from rear)..................Clockwise (viewed Propeller
.................................250

IO-360-B1C only. Rated

177 HP

**NOTE On the following model engines, the magneto sult nameplate before timing magnetos.

spark

occurs

at 200 ETC. Con-

Models

Serial No.
L14436-51 and up L14436-51 and up L13150-51 and up L14446-51 and up G1064-67 and up G220-63 and up G14436-n and up All Engines All Engines
2-3

IO-360-A Series (Except -A1BGD) IO-360-C,-D Series (Except -C1C,-C1F,-C1CG,-C1D6) IO-360-C1C,-C1F


IO-360-C106 LIO-360-C1E6

AIO-3~0-A1A,-A1B,- B1B HIO-360-C1A,-C1B


IO-360-C1C6

IO-360-J1AD, -K2A

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SECTION 2
0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

SPECI FICATIONS
AIO-360-A, -B SERIES
FAA Type Certificate Rated horsepower Rated speed, RPM
1E10

Bore, inches Stroke, inches Displacement, cubic inches

Compression Firing order


Spark
occurs,

ratio

200 .2700 .............5.125 ............4.375 361.0 8.7:1 1-3-2-4


..028-.080
.1:1

degrees Bn=

Valve rocker clearance

(hydraulic tappets collapsed)

Propeller drive Propeller drive

ratio

rotation

(viewed

from

rear)

.Clockwise

SPECIFICATIONS HIO-360-A, -B SERIES


FAA Type Certificate Rated horsepower Rated speed, RPM
1E10 .180" .2900

............5.125 Bore, inches inches ...........4.375 Stroke, 361.0 Displacement, cubic inches 8.7:1 Compression ratio, -A series 8.5:1 Compression ratio, -B Series 1-3-2-4 Firing order ETC Spark occurs, degrees Valve rocker clearance (hydraulic tappets collapsed) ..028-.080 drive ratio .1:1 Propeller .Clockwise Propeller drive rotation (viewed from rear)
.......................25
_

HIO-360-A has a rating of 180 HP at 26.1 in. Hg. manifold at standard sea level conditions to 3900 feet standard altitude with 25 in. Hg. manifold pressure.
See Note 2-4

Page

2-3.

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS
SECTION 2

SPECIFICATIONS
HIO-360-C SERIES

TSpe Certificate Rated horsepower Rated speed,RPM


FAA

1E10
305

.%900

Bore, inches Stroke, inches...

.............5.125 .........~.375
361.0 8.7:1 1-3-2-4
.25""

Displacement, cubic inches Compression ratio Firing order Spark occurs,degrees ETC
Valve rocker clearance

(hydraulic tappets collapsed)


(viewed from rear)
SPEC(FICATIONS
HIO-360-D SERIES

..028-.080
.1:1 .Clockwise

Propeller Propeller drive

drive ratio
rotation

Type Certificate Rated horsepower Rated speed, RPM Bore, inches Stroke, inches Displacement, cubic inches Compression ratio Firing order Spark occurs,degrees ETC
FAA Valve rocker clearance

IE10 190

.3200 ..............5.125 ~..........3.375 361.0


.10.0:1
1-3-2-4

20

(hydraulic tappets collapsed)


(viewed
Bulletin
from No.

".028-.080
.1:1

Propeller drive Propeller drive


Consult HIO-360-D1A.
See Note

ratio rotation

rear)
402 for valve
rocker

.Clockwise
clearance

Service

of

Page

2-3.

2-5

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SECTION 2

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS SPECIFICATIONS


HIO-360-E SERIES

FAA

Type Certificate Rated Horsepower Rated Speed RPM


BoreInches
Stroke Inches

1E10
...r90 ..2900 .......5.125 ......4.375

................._

................._

Displacement, Cubic Compression Ratio

Inches

.............361.0
..8.1:1
................._

Firing Order Spark occurs, Degrees ETC


Valve Rocker Clearance

................._

1-3-2-4

........._,,20"

(hydraulic tappets collapsed) Propeller Drive Ratio Propeller Drive Rotation


(viewed from rear)
HIO-360-E has
a

........028 -.080
.1:1

Clockwise
and 36.5 in.

manifold pressure
or

rating of 205 HP at 2900 RPM when equipped with turbocharger


HIO-360-F1AD SERIES

Hg.

kit SK-28-121000

equivalent.
..1E10
...190

TypeCertificate Rated Horsepower Rated Speed RPM


BoreInches
Stroke Inches

FAA

..3050
.....4.375 .............361.0 ..8.0:1 1-3-2-4
........._,,,,

Displacement, Cubic Inches Compression Ratio Firing Order Spark occurs, Degrees ETC
Valve Rocker Clearance

.........,,,20" ........028

(hydraulic tappets collapsed) Propeller Drive Ratio Propeller Drive Rotation


(viewed from rear)
.........,,,_,

.080
.1:1

Clockwise

TEXTRON LYCOIMING OPERATORS MANUAL


0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

SECTION 2

SPECIFICATIONS
TIG-360-A SERIES
FAA

Type Certificate....................................E1GEA Rated Horsepower Rated Speed RPM


Bore Inches

...200 ..2575 .......5.125 .....4.375 .............361.0 ..73:1

Stroke Inches.

Displacement, Cubic Inches Compression Ratio Firing Order Spark occurs, Degrees BTC.................................200
Valve Rocker Clearance

.....1-3-2-4

(hydraulic tappets collapsed) Propeller Drive Ratio.......................................1:1 Propeller Drive Rotation (viewed from rear)
TIO-360-C SERIES FAA

.........028-.080

Clockwise

?ype Certificate Rated Horsepower Rated Speed RPM.


Bore Inches Stroke Inches

E1GEA
...210

..........__.,

....2575

.......5.125

......4.375 .........,..361.0

Displacement, Cubic Inches Compression Ratio Firir!g Order Spark occurs, Degrees BTC.................................200
Valve Rocker Clearance

..73:1
.....1-3-2-4

(hydraulic tappets collapsed) Propeller Drive Ratio.......................................1:1 Propeller Drive Rotation


(viewed from rear)

.........028-.080

Clockwise

2-7

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SECTION 2

0360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

"Accessory Drive Starter

Drive Ratio 16.556:1


1.910:1
2 .500:1

**Direction of Rotation

Counter-Clockwise
Clockwise Clockwise Clockwise Clockwise
Clockwise

Gene~ator Gene~ator

Alternatort
Tachometer

3.20:1
0.500:1 1.000:1 1.300:1 0.866:1 0.895:1 0.866:1

Magneto
Vacuum Pump Propeller Governor

Counter-Clockwise
Clockwise
Clockwise

(RearMounted)

Propeller Governor
(Front Mounted)
Fuel Pump AN20010 Fuel Pump AN20003*** Fuel Pump-Plunger

Counter-Clockwise Counter-Clockwise

1.000:1
0.500:1

operated
Dual Dri~es

Vacuum- Hyd. pump Vacuum- Prop. Gov.

1.300:1
1.300:1

Counter-Clockwise

Counter-Clocicwise

NOTE

E~zgines unth letter 2" in ~reftx utill


When applicable Viewed facing drive pad

have

~posite

rotation to the above.

TIO-360-C1A6D, HIO-360-E,
t
HIO-360-D1A

-F have clockwise fuel pump drive Alternator drive is 2.50:1

2-8

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS.MANUAL 0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS


DETAIL ~IEIGHTS
i,

SECTION 2

ENGINE, STANDARD,DRY WEIGHT.


Includes carburetor
or

injector, magnetos, spark plugs, ignition harness, intercylinder baffles, tachometer drive, starter and generator or alternator drive, starter and generator or alternator with mounting bracket.

fuel

Turbocharged

models include

turbocharger, mounting bracket,


and baffles.

ex-

haust

manifold, controls, oil lines


Model

Lbs.

0-360 Series

JI-C4P*.
-D2A.

I
a

-B2A, -B2C. -C1E, -C2E, -A1AD, -A3AD, -C1F, -C2D. ,.,,,..,,288 -A1C,-A1D,-A2D, -A3D, -C2B, -C2C, -J2A.....,....,.. 289 -A~A, -A2A, -A3A, -A~LD, -C~A, -C2A, 290
-A2F,

-A1P,-C1G. -A~G, -A2G.

293

-A4M, -A4P, -A~F6D, -C4E -A4K, -A4N, -ASAD.

..........295
296

-A4D, -A1G6D, -A4A, -A~F6, -A1H6


-A4J, -A~G6, -F~A6.
-G~A6.

297
,,,,,,..........298 ................300 ......,~303

1~(

Weight does

not include

alternator.

Revised

May

1996

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SECTION 2

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS


DETAIL WEIGHTS

(CONT.)
Lbs.

Model HIO-360 Series


-A 1A

........285
................288 10-360 Series

-BIA, -BIB, -CIA

-L2A -B 1C

........278

........289

-BIA -BIE..............................................296
-B 1D -B 1B

..........295
........297

........299 .......300

I I

-M IA

-BIF,-B2F.........................................301
-B1G6.............................................305
-B4A...

....307

-B2F6
-K2A

.......308 ........311
...........319

-AITj6D, -A3D6D, -CIA


-C 1B

........320
..322 .......323 ..........324 ................325

-CIC, -DIA
-JIAD

-AIA, -A2A, -CIF, -C1G6 -AICI-A2C, -AID -a 1B, -A2B


-C 1 D6

..326
.......328

-C1C6.............................................329

-AIB6D, -A3B6D, -JIA6D -A1B6, -A3B6


-A I D6

.........330
333

.......335

-CIE6 2-10

.......337

Revised December 1999

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS


DETAIL WEIGHTS
Model ATO-360 Series

SECTION 2

(CONT.)
Lbs,

-A~A, -A2A, -AlB, -A2B, -B1B,


HIO-360 Series

332

-A1B.

-D1A, -E1AD, -E1BD,


-C1A, -C1B. -F1AD.

TIG-360 Series
-C~A6D. ,,,,,,,379

-A1A, -A~B.
-A3B6,

,,,386
,,,,.,,,,407

Revised

May

1996

TEXTI~ON LYC~IMING OPERATORS IMANUAL


SECPION 2
0-360 and ASSOCIA~IED

MODE~S
LENGTH

DIMENSIONS, INCHES
MODEL
0-360

HEIGHT

WIDTH

)I-AIA, -A1P, -A2A


-Al C

24.59 19.68

33.37 33.37 33.37 33.37 33.37


33.37 33.37

29.56 30.67

-A1D, -A2D -A1F, -A2F


-A1F6

24.59
24.59 24.59 19.22 19.22

29.81
30.70
30.70 31.82 31.82

-AlG, -A2G -A1H, -A2H


-A1H6

19.33
24.59
24.59

33.38
33.37
33.37

31.81
29.56 29.81 31.82

-A3A, -A4A, -A4M, -A4P -A3D, -A4D, -A2E -A4G, -A4J, -A4K -A1G6, -A1G6D, -ClF,
-C4F -A4N

19.22
19.22

33.37
33.37 33.37 33.37

31.82 29.05
31.33

24.59
-ASAD 24.59

(l-BIA,

-AlAD, -~3AD, -A1ASD, -A1F6D, -AlLD -B2A, -B2C -BlB, -B2B -ClA, -C2A -C1C,-C2C,-C4P -C~E, -C2E

24.59 24.68
24.68

33.37 33.37
33.37

31.33

29.56
29.81

24.72 24.59 24.59

33.37
33.37 33.37 33.37
33.37

29.56
29.81 29.05

-C2B, -C2D
-C1G, -DIA, -D2A
-I)2B

19.68
24.59

30.67
29.56

24.59 22.99
19.96

33.37

29.81

II -J2A
-F1A6 -G1A6

32.24
33.38 33.37

29.81
31.81

19.96

31.83

2-12

Revised

May

1996

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0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS SECTI~N 2

DIMENSIONS, INCHES (CONT.)


MODEL

HEIGHT

WIDTH

LENGTH

MO-360
-A 1A -B 1 A, -B 1B

24.59 19.68

33.37

29.81 30.67

33.37 33.37

-C 1A

1 10-360

19.22

31.82

A, -A2A, -A 1D -A 1 B, -A2 B -A 1 B6, -A3 B6 -A 1C, -A2C


-A I

19.35 19.35 19.35


19.35 19.35 19.35 19.35 22.47

34.25 34.25

29.81

30.70 30.70
29.30 30.70
3 1 .33

34.25
34.25
34.25 34.25

-A I D6

B6D, -A 1 D6D, -A3 D6D


-BIA

-A 1

-A3 B6D, -J I AD

34.25
33.37 33.37 33.37 33.37
33.37

31.33 32.81 29.81

-BIB, -B 1 D, -L2A
-B 1C
-BIE

24.84 20.70
20.70 24.84
24.84 1().48

30.68
32.051
30.70 29.56 31.14 33.65 33.65 31.14

-BIF. -B2F, -B2F6


-B4A

33.37 34.25
34.25

-C 1A, -C 1B -C I C, -C 1 C6 -C 1 E6, -C 1F

19.48 19.48 19.48 20.70 19.35


20.26

34.25 34.25

-DIA, -C 1 D6, -C1G6 -EIA, -FIAI -BIG6


-K2A

33.37
34.25
33.38

32.09
29.8 1 32.75

I j-MA
AIO-360
-A

1A, -A2A -A IB, -A2B


Revised December 1999

20.76
20.76

34.25 34.25

30.08
30.08

2-13

TEXTRON LYCOIMING OPEBATOII~S 1MANUAL SECIION 2


0-360 and ASS~CIATED IMODELS

DIMENSIONS, INCHES (CONT.)


MODEL
AIO-360 (Cont.

HEIGHT

WIDTH

LENGTH

-B~B
HIO-360

20.76

34.25

30.08

(I-A1A, -AIB
-B~A -B~B

~9.48 19.38
19.38
19.48

35.25
33.37

33.65 32.09 30.68 31.14

33.37 34.25

-C1A, -C1B -D1A

19.48 19,97

35.25
34.25

35.28
31.36

-E~AD, -E~BD, -F~AD


TIG-360

-A~A

2~.43
19.92 2~.65

34.25
34.25 ~9.09

45.4~
45.41 35.82

-A~B, -A3B6
-C~A6D

2-14

Added

May

1996

SECTION

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

TEXTRON tYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

Page

General

,,,3-1

Prestarting Items of Maintenance., Starting Procedures Cold Weather Starting Ground Running and Warm-Up...........................314
Ground Check

....311 312
314

.....3~4

Operation in Flight......................................3-6 Engine Flight Chart............,.......................3-12 Operating Conditions


Skut Down Procedure
Performance @urves

3-13

3-17 3-19

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


0-360 and ASSOCIAVED MODELS
SECTION 3

SECTION 3 OP E RAI I N G I N ST R UCT IONS


I.

GENERA L.

Close

adherence
economy and

to

contribute to

long life,

greatly satisfactory operation of the engine.


these
ins tru ction s

will

NOTE YOUR ATTENTION THE


AND IS

DIRECTED
SPIS CI Flf3D

TO

THE

WARRANTIES
AND

THAT

APPEAR 1N THE FRONT OF THIS MANUAL REGARDING ENGINE

SPEED,
REPAIRS ENGINE

USE

OF

FUELS

L UBRICA NTS, ITEM OF

ALTI3RATIONS.

PERHAPS

NO

OTHER

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE CONTRIBUT~S

OUITE
O1L,

SO MUCH TO SATISI;ACTOR Y PIRFORMANCE AND LONG LIFE AS


THE CONSTANT USE OF CORRECT GRADES OF FUEL AND

CORRECT ENGINE
THE

TIMING, AND
NOT

FL YING THE AIRCRAFT AT A LL

TIMES WITHIN THE SPEED AND POWI~R RANGE SPECIFIED FOR

ENGINE.
WILL

DO
NOT

FORGET VOID

THAT YOUR

VIOLATION

OF

THE

OPERATION ENGINE

AND

MAINTENANCE

SPECIFICATIONS

FOR

YOUR

ONLY OF

WARRANTY BU? WILL

SHORTEN THE LIFE PERIOD HAS PASSED.

YOUR ENGINE AFTIR ITS WARRANTY

Lycoming and engines have been carefully run-in by therefore, no fu rther break-in is necessary insofar as operation is concerned; however, new or newly overhauled engines should be operated on straight mineral oil for a minimum of 50 hours or until oil consumption has stabilized. After this period, a change to an approved additive oil may be made, if so desired.
New
NOTE

Cnrising should be done at 65% to 75% po~wer until a total of 50 hours has accumulated or oil consumption has stabilized. This is to ensure proper of the vings and is applicable to neul engines, and engines in smvice follozulng cylinder replacement or toj, overhaul of one or more cylinders.

seating~

The minimum fuel octane rating is listed in the flight chart, Part 8 of this section. Under no circumstances should fuel of a lower octane rating or automotive fuel (regardiess of octane rating) be used. Before starting the aircraft engine for the first flight of the day, there are several items of maintenance inspection that should be performed. These are described in Section 4 under Daily Pre-Flight Inspection; They must be observed before
2. PRESTARTING ITI3MS

OF MAINTENANCE.

the

engine

is started.

3-1

TEXTRON LVCOMIN~ OPERATORS MANUAL


SECTION 3
3.

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MOBELS

STARTIN~

HIO-360,
The

PROCEDURES TIG-360 Series.

0-360, 110-360, 10-360, AIO-360i recommended, however,


will
necessitatt~ the

following starting procedures

are

starting characteristics of various variation from these procedures.


a.

installations

some

Engines Equipped 2ujth


(1)
(2)
Perform

Float

Type

Carburetors.

pre-flight inspection.
position.
position (where

Set carburetor heat control in "off"

(3) Set propeller applicable).


(4)

governor control in "Full RPM"

Turn fuel valves "On". Move mixture control to "Full Rich". Turn
on

(5) (6)

boost pump.

(7) Open

throttle

approximately 1/4 travel. priming


pump
or

(8) Prime with 1 to 3 strokes of manual electric primer for 1 or 2 seconds.

activate

(9) Set magneto selector switch handbook for correct position).


(10) Engage
starter.
move

(consult airframe manufacturers

(11)

When

engine fires

the

magneto

switch to "Both".

(12) Check oil indicated within


b.

pressure

gage.

thirty seconds,
zujth

If minimum oil pressure is not stop engine and determine trouble.

Engines Equipped Injectors. (1)


(2)
3-2
Perform

Pressure

Carburetors

or

Bendix

Fuel

pre-night inspection.
or

Set carburetor heat

alternate air control in "off"

position.

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS It2ANUAL


0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

SECTION 3

(3)

Set

propeller

governor control in "Full RPM"

position (where

applicable).
(4)
(5)
Turn fuel valve "On"
Turn boost pump "On"

(6) Open throttle wide open, move mixture control to "Full Rich" until a slight but steady fuel flow is noted (approximately 3 to 5 seconds) then return throttle to "Closed" and return mixture control to
"Idle Cut-Ofjr. Turn boost pump "Off.

(7)

(8) Open
(9)

throttle 1/4 of travel.

Set magneto selector switch handbook for correct position).

(consult

airframe manufacturers

(10) Engage
(11)

starter.

Move mixture control

slowly and smoothly

to "Full

Rich"

(12)

Check oil pressure gage. If minimum oil pressure is not indicated within thirty seconds, stop engine and determine trouble.
with Simmonds

c.

Engines Equipped

Type 530 Fuel Injector.

(1)

Perform

pre-flight inspection.

(2) (3)

Set alternate air control in "Off Set

position.
position.

propeller governor control


fuel valve "On"

in "Full RPM"

(4) Turn

(5)

Turn boost pump "On" throttle

approximately 1/4 travel, move mixture control to "Full Rich" until a slight but steady fuel flow is noted (approximately 3 to 5 seconds) then return throttle to "Closed" and return 6) Open
mixture control to "Idle Cut-Of~.

Revised

April

1998

3-3

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS M[ANUAL

SECTION 3 (7)

0-360 and ASSOCLATED MODELS

Turn boost pump "Off. throttle 1/4 travel.

(8) Open
(9)

Move combination
as a

magneto switch

to

"Start", using accelerator

pump

primer engine

while

cranking engine.

(10)
(11)

When

fires allow the switch to return to "Both".

Check oil pressure gage. If minimum oil pressure is not indicated within thirty seconds, stop engine and determine trouble.
4. COLD W~ATHER
be necessary to

During
the

extreme cold

weather, it may

preheat

engine

and oil before

starting.

5. GROUND RUNNING AND WARM-UIT

The

engines

covered in this manual

are

air-pressure

cooled and de-

pend on the forward speed of the aircraft to maintain proper cooling. Particular care is necessary, therefore, when operating these engines on the ground. To prevent overheating, it is recommended that the following precautions be observed.
NOTE

Any ground check that requires full throttle operation must be limited to three minutes, or less ifthe cylinder
head temperatures should exceed the maximum stated in this manual.
a.
as

Fixed

Wing.

(1)

Head the aircraft into the wind. Leave mixture in "Full Rich".

(2)

(3) Operate only with the propeller in minimum blade angle setting. (4) Warm-up to approximately 1000-1200 RPM. Avoid prolonged idling and do not exceed 2200 RPM on the ground.

3-4

Revised

April

1998

LYCOMING OPERATORS IMANUAL


0-360 and ASSOCLATED MODELS SECTION 3

(5) Engine is warm enough for take-off when the throttle can be opened without the engine faltering. Take-off with a turbocharged engine should not be started if indicated lubricating oil pressure,
due to cold temperature is above maximum. Excessive oil pressure can cause overboost and consequent engine damage.

b.

Helicopter.
(1) Warm-up at approximately
2000 RPM with
rotor

engaged as di-

rected in the airframe manufacturers handbook.


6. GROUND CHECK.
a.

Warm-up as

directed above.

b. Check both oil pressure and oil temperature.


c.

Leave mixture control in "Full Rich"

WingAircraF (where applicable). Move the propeller control through its complete range to check operation and return to full low pitch position. Full feathering check (twin engine) on the ground is not recommended but the feathering action can be checked by running the engine between 1000-1500 RPM, then momentarily pull the propeller control into the feathering position. Do not allow the RPM to drop
d. Fired
more

than 500 RPM.

Added

April

1998

3-4AjB

TEXTIRO~al L~COMING ~OPERATORS MANUAL


01360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

SECTION 3

e. A proper magneto check is important. A magneto preflight test is useful to determine that both magnetos are functioning properl~i and that no spark plug is misfiring. Additional factors, other than the ignition system, affect magneto drop-off. They are load-power output, pro-

peller pitch, and mixture strengtl~. The important thing is that the engine runs smoothly because magneto drop-off is affected by the variables listed above. Make the magneto check in accordance with the following procedures:
(I) Fixed Wirtg Aircraft.

(Controllable ~itch propeller) With propeller in minimum pitch angle, engine to produce 50 65% power as indicated by manifold pressure gage. At these settings, the ignition system and spark plugs
set the

of the greater pressure within the cylinders. Under these conditions, ignition problems, if they errist, will occur. Magneto checks at low power settings will only indicate air distribution quality. fuel
must work harder because

(Fixed Pitch pro~eEler). Aircraft that are equipped with fixed pitch propellers, or not equipped with manifold pressure gage, may check magneto drop-off with engine operating at approximately 1800 RPM (2000 RPM maximum).
Switch from both magnetos to one and note drop-off; return to both until engine regains speed and switch to the other magneto and note

drop-off. Magneto drop-off at 2000 RPM should not exceed 200 RPM on either magneto; but under some conditions; i.e., field elevations, temperature and carburetor characteristics, a drop in excess of 200 RPM (plus 25 RPM) may be experienced. If engine speed stabilizes and if the engine continues to operate smoothly, the ignition system is operating satisfactorily.
(2) Helico~ter.
Raise collective 2000 RPhI.

pitch stick

to obtain 15 inches

manifold pressure at

Svr;itch fi~om both magnetos to one and note drop-off; return to both until en~ine regains speed and switch to the other magneto and note drop-off. Drop-off should not exceed 200 RP1M. Drop-off between magnetos should not exceed 50 RPM. A smooth drop-off past normal is usually a sign of a too lean or too rich r_ixture. f. Do not operate on a single magneto for too long a period; a few seconds is usually sufficient to check drop-off and to minimize plug fouling.
Revised

July, 1989

3-5

TEXTRON LYCORIING OPERATORS IMANUAL


SECTION 3
7. OPERA TION IN FLIGHT.

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

a.

See airframe manufacturers instructions for recommended power

settings.
smoothly. In particular, avoid rapid on engines with counterweighted opening closing crankshafts. There is a possibility of detuning the counterweights with subsequent engine damage.
and
of the throttle
c.

b. Move the controls

slowly

and

Fuel Mixture

L~aning Procedure.

Improper fuel/air mixture during flight is responsible for engine problems, particularly during take-off and climb power settings. The procedures described in this manual provide proper fuel/air mixture when leaning Lycoming engines; they have proven to be both economical and practical by eliminating excessive fuel consumption and reducing damaged parts replacement. It is therefore recommended that operators, of all Lycoming aircraft power-piants, utilize the instructions in this publication any time the fuel/air mixture is adjusted during flight.
temperature indication, engine ipeed and/or airspeed. However, whatever instruments are used in monitoring the mixture, the following general rules should be observed by the operator of Lycoming aircraft engines.
L R ULES

Manual

leaning

may be monitored by exhaust gas fuel flow indication, and by observation of

Never exceed the maximum red line

cylinder head temperature

limit.

For maximum service life, cylinder head temperatures should be maintained belozu 4350F. (2240C.) during high performance cruise operation and belozu 4000F. (2050C.) for economy cruise pozuers.

36

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


0-360 and ASSOCIATE D MODELS
J)o 11ot

SECTIOIV 3
with

manually

lean

engines equipped

autozl2aticall_y

controlled

fuel systc~n.
ev~ines with manual mixture control, maintain nzixturu colltvol "Full Hich position for voted take-off, climb and nzaxirnutll cvr~ise pozucrs (above clf~PYOXil"ately 75%). However, during take-offJiOm high clevatioll airport or during climb, roughness or loss of pozuer ma3r result froln over-richness. In such a case adjust mixture control only enough to obtqiil smooth operatio~l not for economy. Observe instruments for tempeuature rise. Hough optvatiol? due to over-rich J~el/air mixture is most likely to be encountered in carbureted engglzes at altitude above 5, 000 feet.
On

Always
Operate

return

the mixture

to

full

rich

before incrtrasillg pozuer scttil?gs.

engine at maximum pozuer mixture for performance cruise and best economy mixture fbr economy cruise power; unless at powers otherwise specified in the airplane owllers manual. Duvi~R let-down flight operations it may be necessary to manually lean unconzpensated carbureted or fuel injected engines to obtain smooth operation.
On

the

turbocharXed

e~gines

never

exceed

165 00 t;,

turbine

inlet

temperature (TI?~.
I.
a.

TO EXHA I/ST T;AS TEMPERA TUBE GAGE.

Normally aspirated engines with fuel injectors

or

uncompensated

carburetors.

(I) Maximum Yower Cruise (approximately 75% power) Never lean beyond 1500F. on rich side of peak EGT unless aircraft operators manual shows otherwise. Monitor cylinder head temperatures.

(2) Best Economy Cruise

(approximately

75% power and below)

Operate
b.

at

peak EGT.

Turbocharged engines.
(I) Best

Economy Cruise

-Lean to
occurs

peak
first.

turbine inlet

temperature
3-7

(TIT)

or

16500F., whichever

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


SECTION 3
w
REST ECONOMY RANGE

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS


MAX POWER RANGE

u.

+10
5
03

PEAK

OR Tn

Y
rr

MAX TEMP

~i

Q
I-i
PC W

O
a

i
o

-100

-200

i -300

C3
W P

3
01

90lioo
I

....i......
I:::::

4M)

~i

mW
LLPC

FZ
to
wa

OW

BO
I

:::::I:::::

85
I I~

o LIC
a a

:::::r::::

80

:::::r::::

F
a

I
""I""

d
O

O
W

TOO LEAN

BEST ECONOMY CRUISE

MAX POWER CRUISE LEAN MIXTURE


RICH

FULL RICH TAKE OFF

Figure Representative Effect of Fuel/Air Ratio on Cylinder Head Temperature, Power and Specific Fuel Consumption at Constant RPM and Manifold Pressure in Cruise Range Operation
3-1.

58

TEXTB8N LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


0-360
a nd

ASSOC IATE D MO D E LS

SECTION 3

(2) Muximum Iozoer Cn~ise


the

rich

side

of

peak

The engine must always be operated on EGT or TIT. Before leaning to obtain
to establish
a

maximum

point.

power mixture it is necessary This is accomplished as follows:


a

reference

(a) Establish
the

peak EGT

or

TIT for best economy

highest

economy cruise power without

operation exceeding 16500F.

at

Deduct 1250F. from this temperature and thus establish the temperature reference point for user when operating at maximum

(b)

power mixture.

(c)

Return mixture control to full rich and

adjust

the RPM and

manifold pressure for desired

performance

cruise

operation.
in

(d) Lean out mixture until EGT or TIT is the value established Step b. This sets the mixture at best power.
2. L,I:ANIN(; 70 II,OWMI:T~I:K.

Lean

to

correct fuel flow for each power

applicable fuel-flow tables setting.

or

lean

to indicator marked

for

3.

LIIANING WIIIII MANC~31, MIXTUHI~ CONTHOL..


or

(Economy cruise,

75r~ power
n.

less)

wi thou t flowmeter

or

EGT

gage.)

Cnv~Nrrten

Ijv~il?cs.
mixture control from "Full Rich"

lean

(1) Slowly move position.


Continue

position toward

(2)

leaning

until

engine roughness

is noted.

(3) Enrich
h. ~=ucl

until

engine

runs

smoothly and

power is

regained.

Irljcctc~ I~i7Kines.
mixture control from "Full Rich"

(1) Slowly move lean position.

position toward

(2) Continue leaning until slight loss of power is noted (loss of power may or may not be accompanied by roughness). (3) Enrich until engine
runs

smoothly and

power is

regained
3-9

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


SECTION 3
Usc o~ conditions at
c.

0-360 and ASSOCLQTED MODELS


Herrt Contr~l Under certain moist

atmospheric temperatures of 200 to 900, it is possible for ice to form in the induction system, even in summer weather. This is due to the

high

air velocity through the carburetor venturi and the absorption of heat from this air by vaporization of the fuel. The temperature in the mixture chamber mav drop as much as 700F. below the of

temperature

incoming air. If this air contains a large amount of moisture, the cooling process call cause precipitatioii in the form of ice. Ice formation of the butterfl\ and ma\~ build generally begills in the up to such an extent that a drop in power output could result. A loss of power is reflected by a drop in manifold pressure in installations
equipped with
constant speed propellers and a drop in manifold and in installations equipped with fixed pitch RPM pressure propellers. If Inot corrected, this coi~dition may cause complete

the

stoppage.

this, all installations are equipped with a system for preheating incoming air supply to the carburetor. In this way sufficient heat is added to replace the heat loss of vaporization of fuel, and the mixing chamber temperature cannot drop to the freezing ~oint of water. This air preheater is essentially a tube or jacket through which the exhaust pipe from one or more cylinders is passed, and the air flowing over these surfaces is raised to the required temperature before entering the carburetor. Consistently Iligh temperatures are to be
the

To

avoid

avoided because of

High charge
which
are

loss in power and a decided variation of mixture. temperatures also favor detonation and preignition, both of
a

to be avoided if normal service life is to be

expected from the

engine. The following outline


carburetor heat control.

is

the

proper method of

utilizing

the

(I) Grounn

Use of the carburetor air heat on the ground absolute an minimum. On some installations the air does not pass through the air filter, and dirt and foreign substances can be taken into the engine with the resultant cylinder and piston ring wear. Carburetor air heat should be used on the ground only to make certain it is functioning properly.
must be held to

Operation

Take-offs and full throttle operation should be made heat in full cold position. The possibility of expansion or throttle icing at wide throttle openings is very remote, so remote in fact, that it can be disregarded.
with

(2)

Take-Off

carburetor

3-10

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


0-360 and ASSOCI ATE D MODE LS
(3)

SECTION 3

climbing at part throttle power settings of 80~e above, the carburetor heat control should be set in the full cold position; however, if it is necessa~ to use carburetor heat to prevent icing it is possible for engine roughness to occur due to the over-rich fuel/air mixture produced by the additional carburetor heat. When this happens, carefully lean the mixture with the mixture control only enough to produce smooth engine operation. Do not continue to use carburetor heat after flight is out of icing conditions, and
or

Climbing

When

return mixture to full rich when carburetor heat is removed.

(4) Flight Operation During normal flight, leave the carburetor air heat control in the cold position. On damp, cloudy, foggy or hazy days, regardless of the outside air temperatures, loo;< out for loss of power. This will be evidenced by an unaccountable loss in manifold
or RPM or both, depending on whether a constant speed or fixed pitch propeller is installed on the aircraft. If this happens, apply full carburetor air heat and open the throttle to limiting manifold pressure and RPM. This will result in a slight additional drop in manifold pressure which is normal, and this drop will be

pressure

regained

the ice is melted out of the induction system. When ice has been melted from the induction system, the carburetor heat
as

control should be returned to the cold position. In those aircraft equipped with a carburetor air temperature gage, partial heat may be used to keep the mixture temperature above freezing point (320F.).
WA K NINC;

Caution must be exercised when operating with partial heat on aircraft that do not have a carburetor air temperature gage. It is advisable, to use either full heat or no heat in aircraft that are not e~uipped with a carburetor air temperature gage.

making a landing approach, the generally be in the "Full Cold" position. However, if icing conditions are suspected, the "Full Heat" should be applied. In the case that full power need be applied under these conditions, as for an aborted landing, the carburetor heat should be returned to "Full Cold" after full power application. See the aircraft flight manual for specific instructions.

(5)

Landing Approach

In

carburetor heat should

3-11

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL

SECTION 3
8. ENGINE FLIGHT CHART

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

FUEL AND OIL

Model Series

"Aviation Grade Fuel Minimum Grade

0-360-B,

-D

80/Sj
91/96
91/96
91/96
or

0-360-A I P, -C 1 F, -C4F; HO-360-C 1A

0-360-C, -F; HO-360-A, -B; IO-360-B, -E; H1O-360-B


0-360-52t2

100/130
100LL

I I

or

100/100LL
or

1O-360-L2A, -MIA 0-360-A, -C I G, -C4P, -A I H6; TIO-360-C 1 A6D 1O-340-B 1 G6, -C 1 G6, -J, -K2A, -A 1 D6D, -A3B6, -A3D6D; H1O-360-A 1B AIO-360-A, -B; IO-360-A, -C, -D, -F H1O-360-A, -C, -D, -E, -F
TIG-3 60-A NOTE

91/96

100/100LL

100/100LL
100/130

100/130
1 00/ 1 J 3

Aviation grade IOOLLfuels in which the lead


is

content

limited

to
use

c.c.

per

gal.

continuous

in the above listed

approved Sor engines.


are

Refer

to

latest edition of Service Instruction No. 1070. Fuel

Pressure, psi
Desired Min.

Model 0-360 Series

Max.

(Except -A 1 C, -C2B,
8.0 3.0 0.5

-C2D); HO-360-A, -C Series


Inlet to carburetor

0-360-A 1C, -C2B, -C 1D; HO-360-B Series Iniet to carburetor


18
13 9.0

3-12

Revised December 1999

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPIEIPATORS MANUAL 8-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

SECTION 3

Model

Fuel Pressure, Desired Max.

psi
Min.

Hi0-360-A1B
inlet to fuel pump 10-360 Series (Except -B 1A, -F I A) AIO-360 30 -2

Series, HIO-360 Series (Except -A IB)


Inlet to fuel pump 10-3 60-F I A
35 -2 -4

Inlet to fuel pump 10-360 Series (Except -B 1A),


AIO

35

Series; HIO Series


Inlet to fuel

injector
injector

45
2

14
-2

IO-360-B 1A Inlet to fuel

HIO-360-E,

-F Series

Inlet to fuel pump Inlet to fuel injector TIG-360-A Series Inlet to fuel pump Inlet to fuel injector

55 55

-2

27
-2

50
45 65 65

20
-2 22

TIG-3 60-C 1 A6D


Inlet to fuel pump Inlet to fi~el injector

Revised

May

2000

3-12A

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL

SECTION 3

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS ALLMODELS,

"Recommended Grade Oil


MIL-L-22851

Average
Ambient Air
All

MIL-L-6082B Grades

Ashless

Dispersant

Grades
SAE 15W50

Temperature
SAE 60

or

20W50

Above 80"F. Above 60"F. 30"F. to 900F.


O"F. to 700F. Below 100F.

SAE 60 SAE 40 SAE


or

SAE 50 SAE 40
SAE 30 SAE 20

SAE 50 20W40

SAE 40

40, 30

or

SAE 30

or

20W30

Refer to the latest edition of Service Instruction No. 1014.


OIL SUMP CAPACITY All Models

Minimum

(Except AIO-360 Series) Safe Quantity in Sump (Except -MIA)

IO-360-M1A AIO-360 Series

Quarts ......2 U.S. Quarts ...............4 U.S. Quarts Dry Sump

8 U.S.

OPERATING CONDITIONS

Average
Ambient Air
Above 80"F. Above 60"F.
30"F. to 90"F.

Oil Inlet Desired

Temperature
Maximum
245"F. 245"F. 245"F. 245"F. 245"F.

O"F. to 700F.

Below 10"F.

(82"C.) 180"F. (82"C.) 180"F. (82"C.) 170"F. (770C.) 160"F. (71"C.)

180"F.

(118"C.) (118"C.) (118"C.) (1180C.) (118"C.)

oil temperature should not be below 140"F. continuous operation.

Engine

(60"C.) during

3-12B

Added

May

2000

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL 0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS OPERATING CONDITIONS

SECTION 3

(CONT.)
Minimum

Oil Pressure, Normal

psi (Rear)

Maximum

Idling

Operation, All Models (Except Below)


TIO-360-C 1 A6D Oil Pressure,

95 95

55 50

25

25

psi (Front)
90 50 20

0-360-A4N, -F1A6
Start, Warm-up, Taxi
and Take-Off

(All Models)

115

Revised

May 2000

3-13

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL

SECTION 3

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS


OPERATDNG CONDITIONS Fuel
Cons.

Max. Oil Cone.

*Max.

Operation

RPM

HP

Gal./Hr.

Qts./Hr.

Cyl. Head Temp.

0-360-P~ -C* I Series


Normal Rated
2700
180 .80

500" F.

(2600 C.) C.)

Perfonnance Cruise

(75% Rated)
Economy (65% Rated)
Cruise

2450
2350

135
117

10.5
9.0

.45
.39

500" E (260"

500"E(260" C.)

0-360-B, -D Series
Normal Rated 2700
168 126
109

.75

500"E(260" C.)
5000 E
5000 E -G Series

Performance Cruise

(75% Rated) Economy Cruise (65% Rated)

2450
2350

11.0
9.0

.42
.37

(260 "C.) (2600 C.)

0-360-A~P, -A4D, -A4P, -C4P, -F,


Normal Rated
2700 2450 2350 180 135 117 9.7 8.3
.80 .45 .39

500"E(260" C.) 500"E(260" C.) 500"E(260" C.)

Performance Cruise

(75% Rated) Economy Cruise (65% Rated)


tain

At Bayonet Location

For maximum service life of the

cylinder head temperature between 1500F. tinuous operation. O-360-C2D Only Take-off rating 180 HP at 2900 RPM, 28 in.Hg.
Revised

engine mainand 400aF. during con-

3-~4

May

1996

~EXTRON LYCOMING OPERAT~rORS MANUAL


0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS SECTION 3

OIERATIN~ CONDITI<)NS (CONI:) Fuel


Cons.

Max. OiI Cons.

*Max.

Operation

RPM

HP

Gal./Hr. Qts./Hr.
0-360-52A

Cyl. Head Temp.

Normal Rated

24001
2700

145

500"

(260" C.)

Performance Cruise

(75% Rated)

1800/
2025

109

9.3

.36

500" F.

(260" C.)

Economy Cruise 1560/ (65% Rated)


1755

94

6.8

500"

(260 "C.)

MO-360-A, -C Series
Normal Rated
2700
180

.80

500"E(260 "C.)
500" 500"
E

Performance Cruise

(75% Rated) Economy Cruise (65% Rated)

2450
2350

135

9.7

.45

(260" C.)

117

9.0

.39

F.(260 "C.)

HO-360-B Series
180 .80

Normal Rated

2900

500"E 500" 500"

(260" C.)

Performance Cruise

(75% Rated) Economy Cruise (~5% Rated)


At

2700

135

10.5
9.0

.45

F.(260" C.)

2700

117

.39

F.(260" C.)

Bayonet Location For maximum service life of the engine anaintain cylinder head temperature between 150"E and 400"E during continuous operation.
Added

May

1996

3-14A/B

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS


OPERATING CONDITIONS

SECTION 3

(CONT.)
Max.

Fuel

Max.

Cons.

Oil Cons.

Cyl.

Head

Operation

RPM

HP

Gal./Hr.

Qts./Hr

Temp.

1O-360-A, -C, -19, -J, -Kr AIO-360 Series


Normal Rated
2700 2450 200 150 12.3 .89 .50

500"F.

(260"C.)

Performance Cruise

(75% Rated)

500"F. (260"C.) 500"F.

Economy Cruise
(65% Rated)
2350 130 9.5
.44

(260"C.)

10-360-B1 -E, -F Series (Except -B IC); 10-360-M 1A**


Normal Rated
2700 180 135
117 11.0 .80

500"F. 500"F. 500"F.

(260"C.) (260"C.)

Performance Cruise
2450 (75% Rated) Economy Cruise 2350 (65% Rated)

.45
.39

8.5

(260"C.)

1O-360-B IC Normal Rated


2700
177 133 115 11.0 8.5 .79 .45

500"F. (260"C.)
500"F.

Performance Cruise
2450 (75% Rated) Economy Cruise 2350 (75% Rated)
Ar

(260"C.) (260"C.)

.39

500"F.

For maximum service life of the engine Bayonet Eocation maintain cylinder head temperature between 150"F. and 400"F during

continuous
This

operation.
has
an

engine

alternate

rating

of 160 HP at 2400 RPM.

Revised December 1999

3-15

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL

SECTION 3

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

OPERAT~G CONDITIONS (CONT.)


Fuel Cons.

Max. OilCons.

*Max.

Operation

RPM

HP

Gal./Hr. Qts./Hr.

Cyl. Head Temp.

IO-360-L2A Normal Rated


2400 160

.52 8.8
7.6
.39

500"F.
500"E 500"E

(260"C.)
(260"C.) (260"C.)

Performance Cruise

(75% Rated) Economy Cruise (65% Rated)

2180

120

2180

104

.34

HIO-360-A Series Normal Rated


2900

180t
135
117

.80

5000F. 500"E 500"F.

(2600C.)

Performance Cruise

(75% Rated) Economy Cruise (65% Rated)

2700
2700

11.0
9.5

.45
.39

(2600C.)
(260"C.)

HIO-360-B Series

Normal Rated

2900

180
135 12.0 10.0

.80

500"E

(260"C.) (260"C.)

Performance Cruise

(75% Rated) Economy Cruise (65% Rated)


tain

2700

.45

500"E

2700

.39

500"E

(260"C.)

At Bayonet Location

tinuous

cylinder operation.
inches

For maximum service life of the engine mainhead temperature between 150"E and 400"E during con-

at 26

Hg. manifold

pressure.

3-16

Revised

May

1.996

TEXTRON LYCBMING OPERATOII~S MANUAL

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS


OPERATING CONDIIIONS Fuel
Cons.

SECTION 3
(CONT.)

Max.

*Max.

Oil Cone.

Operation

RPM

HP

Qts./Hr.

Cyl. Head Temp.

WIO-360-C Series Normal Rated


2900

205
154

.91 12.5 .52

5000F. 500"E

(2600C,) (2600C.)

Performance Cruise

(75% Rated) Economy Cruise (65% Ratedj

2700

2700

133

10.5

.45

500"F.

(260"C.)

HIO-360-D Series
Normal Rated
3200

190

.85

5000F.
500" F.

(260"C.)
(260 C.)
O

Performance Cruise

(75~G Rated) Economy Cruise (65~c. Rated)

320()

142

12.0

.48

3200

123

10.0

.41

5000F.

(2600C.)

HIO-360-E Series
Normal Rated
2900 190

.85
11.8 .47

500"E

(260"C.)
(2600C.) (260"C.)

Performance Cruise

(75cio Rated) Economy Cruise (65% Rated)


At

2700

142

500"F.
500"E of the

2700

123

10.0

.41

Bayonet Location For maximum service life tain cylinder head temperature between 150"F. and tinuous operation.

engine main400"F. during con-

Added

May

1996

3-16A

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


SECTION 3 0-360 and ~SSOCIATED MODELS

OPERATING CONDITIONS (CONT.)


Fuel
Cons. Max.

*Max.

OilCons.

Operation

RPM

HP

Gal./Hr.

Qts.Mr.

Cyi. Head Temp.

HIO-360-F Series

Normal Rated

3050
2700

190

.84
.47

500"E
500"F.

(260"C.) (260"C.)
(260"C.)

Performance Cruise

(75% Rated) Economy Cruise (65% Rated)

142

2700

123

10.0

.46

500"F.

At Bayonet Location

For maximum service life of the

tain

cylinder head temperature tinuous operation.

between 150"F. and

engine main400"E during con-

3-16B

Added

May

1996

TEXTRON LYCOIMING OPERATORS MANUAL

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS


OPERATING CONDITIONS Fuel Cone.

SECTION 3
(CONT.)

Max.

*Max.

Oil Cons.

Operation

RPM

HP

Gal./Hr.

Qts;/Hr.

Cyl. Head Temp.

TIG-360-A Series**
Normal Rated
2700

200
150 14.0

.89

500"F.

(260"C.)
(260"C.) (260"C.)

Performance Cruise

(75% Rated) Economy Cruise (65% Rated)

2450

.50

500"F.
500"F.

2350

130

10.2

.44

TIO-360-C Series** Normal Rated 2575


2400

210

.70
13.2 .53

500"F.
500"F.

(260"C.) (260"C.)

Performance Cruise

(75% Rated) Economy Cruise (65% Rated)


At

157.5

2200

136.5

10.2

.46

500"F.

(260"C.)

Bayonet Location For maximum service life of the engine maintain cylinder head temperature between 150"F. and 400"E during continuous operation.
MAXIMUM TURBINE INLET TEMPERATURE

~650"E

(898.8"C.)
9. SHUT DOWN PRO@EDURE
a.

Fixed

Wing
control for minimum blade

(1) Set propeller governor applicable,


(2) Idle until there
Revised
is
a

angle

when

decided

drop in cylinder head temperature.


3-17

May

1996

TEXTRON LYCOIMING OPERATORS RZ~IUYUAL


SECTION 3
9. SHUTDOWN PROCEDURE
a.

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

(CONT.)

Fixed

Wing (Cont.)
mixture control to "Idle Cut-O~.
turn off switches.

(3) Move

(4) When engine stops,


b.

Helicopters

(1) Idle as directed in the airframe manufacturers bandboolt, until there is a decided drop in cylinder head temperature.

(2) Move mixture

control to "Idle Cut-O~.


turn off switches.

(3) When engine stops,

3-~8

Revised

May

~996

TEXTRON LYCOhaING OPERATORS MANUAL


0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS
SECTION 3

NOTE

Figure 3-2 (Power Czcrue


editions
on

()-360-A-C

Senes)

mnnunl hns been


3-50.

Previous by Ftgure 3-34,


in

Added March, 1990

3-1SA

TEXTRON LVCOMIING OPERATORS MANOAL


03~0 and ASSOCIATED MODELS
SECTION 3
CURVE NO. 10818

se

Figure 3-3. Power Curve

0-360-B,

-D Series

3-~9

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


SECTION 3
0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS
CURVE Ne 12121-8

Figure 3-4. Part Throttle Fuel Consumption 0-360-C2B,-C2D


3-20

TEXTRON LYCOMING BPERATORS MANUAL


0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS
PART THROTTLE FUEL CONSUMPTION LYCOMING ENGINE MODEL

SECTION 3
CURVE NO 12880

HO-360-BSERIES
8.5:1 25" ETC BENDIX PSH 5BD FUEL GRADE, MINIMUM 91/96 OR 100/130 OPERATION CONDITIONS STANDARD SEA LEVEL OPERATION WITH EXTERNAL COOLING SUPPLY MIXTURE FULL RICH

COMPRESSION RATIO SPARK TIMING CARBURE1OR

17

16~

14 13

12
11 10

~4#9
5uj
LLj

8ai
~JI

.40

80

100 120 140 160 ACTUAL BRAKE HORSEPOWER

180

Figure

3-5. Part Throttle Fuel

Consumption
3-21

HO-360-B ,Ceries

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATOR)S MANUAL


SECTION 3

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

CURVE NO. 126998

PART THROTTLE FUEL CONSUMPTION LYCOMING ENGINE MODEL IO-360-A,C,D AND -J SERIES AIO-360-A SERIES COMPRESSION RATIO
SPARK TIMING FUEL INJECTOR, FUEL GRADE MINIMUM

8.70:1
25" ETC

MIXTURE CONTROL-

BENDIX RSA-SAD1 1001130 MANUAL TO BEST ECONOMY OR BEST POWER AS INDICATED

85
PERCENT RATED POWER

75

I~

BESTPOWER

Pd 70

65 55

t
O

O
O
W

3
u.

SETTING
ECONOMY

100

120

140

160

180

200

ACTUAL BRAKE HORSEPOWER

Figure 316. Part Throttle Fuel Consumption IO-380-A, -C, -D, -J, -K; AIO-360 Series
3-22

TEXTRON LYCOIMING OPERATORS MANUAL


0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

SECTIOIY 3
CURVE NO 12849-A

PARTTHROTTLE FUEL CONSUMPTION LYCOMING ENGINE MODEL IO-360-B,-E,-F AND MIA SERIES COMPRESSION RATIO SPARK TIMING FUEL INJECTOR, MIXTURE CONTROLFU EL GRADE MINIMUM

8.50:1
25" ETC PAC TYPE RSA-SAD1

MANUAL TO BEST ECONOMY OR BEST POWER AS INDICATED


91/96

PERCENT RATED POWER

85

ld0~

hl__ I
ai
o

75

55

~I

/u/Z

u)l
z

45

OYr"~n
~J

,g

iL1

3~
~JB
30
rg

80

100

120

140

160

180

ACTUAL BRAKE HORSEPOWER

Figure

3-7. Part Throttle Fuel

10-360-B. -E, -F. -M 1A Series


Revised December 1999

Consumption (Escepting IO-360-B 1 A.

-B

1C)
3-23

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


SECTION 3 0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS
CURVEIJO. 12731

11111~
Figure 3-8.
3-24
Part Throttle Fuel IO360-B~A

Consumption

TEXTRON LYCOMING:~PERATORS MANUAL

0-360 and ASSOCIATED I~ODELS


PARTTHROTTLE FUEL CONSUMPTION LYCOMING MODEL IO-360-B1C SERIES

SECTION 3

BENDIX MODEL RSA-SAD1 MIXTURE CONTROL-MANUAL TO BEST ECONOMY OR BEST POWER AS INDICATED 100/130 FUELGRADE, MINIMUM
CURVE NO. 12952

COMPRESSION RATIO SPARK TIMING FUEL INJECTOR

8.5:1

250 ETC

90

O0~
80
i

PERCENT RATED

M
m

70

65

O
ca

60

oo~
50
o
z

O
o
W 51) u.

ts:
W-m V)

40

w~
ct

~o

Xo

30

80

100

120

140

160

180

ACTUAL BRAKE HORSEPOWER

Figure

3-9. Part.Throttle Fuel 10-3 60-B 1 C

Consumption

3-25

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


SECTION 3
0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS
CURVE N013518
PART THROTTLE FUEL CONSUMPTION

LYCOMING MODEL: 10360-L


COUPRESslON RATIO: sF~RK TIMING: 15 ETC FUU E3JECTDR: PAC RSAMDI YUCNRE COHIROL: LMNUM TO BEsT ECONOMY OR 8E8T PO\NER As INDICATED
FUEL

GRADE,

MINIMVM:

OllPa

Cro
IE
o
50

PERCENT RATED POWER

85

"I~

etl
EE
80
100

l40

180

ACTUAL BRAKE HORSEPOWER

Figure
3-26

3-9A. Part Throttle Fuel

Consumpti~n
Revised

IO-360-L2A

May

1996

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

SECTIBN 3

FUEL FLOW

vs PERCENT RATED POWER LYCOMING MODEL TIO-360d SERIES

COMPRESSION RATIO 7.30:1 SPARI< ADVANCE 250sTC FUEL INJECTOR BENDIX RSA-5AD1 TURBOCHARGER AIRESEARCH TE04 MIXTURE CONTROL-MANUAL TO FLOWMETER GAGE FUEL GRADE, MINIMUM 100/130
CURVE NO. 13078

130

L
m
90

O
-J

LL

I~
LL

70

50

30

50

60

70

80

90

100

PERCENT RATED POWER

Figure

3-10. Fuel Flow

Percent Rated Power TIG-360-A Series


vs

Added

May

1996

3-26A/B

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL 0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

SECTION 3

FUEL FLOW vs PERCENT RATED POWER

LYCOMING HIO-360-D SERIES ENGINE SPEED 3200 RPM MANUAL MIXTURE CONTROL TO FLOW METER GAGE
CURVEN0.13063A

100

90

I
00

80

70

O
u,

d
LL

60

L~i

50

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

PERCENT RATED POWER

Figure

3-11. Fuel Flow

Percent Rated Power HIO-360-D Series


vs

3-27

~WET I OF? CURIF WO. ISOII-~

cn

cl M d
g

X
c3

36 WO
Z

S
180

I~

O
~60

51
C,
o\

a
140

~d
a ~n C"

B
TJg

~3

Y
120

ti5
-sx

*so

e
a

Z d
r

Figure 3-12.

Sea Level and Altitude Performance

HIO-360-D

Sheet

of 2

m r

~d
(p

CURVE NO- 13444-0

SHEET 2

O
W Q, O

C
r

NOMINAL SEA LEVEL PERFORMANCE


F.HP.~D 3200 RPM
F.HP. O 3000 RPM
r

NOMINAL ALTITUDE PERFORMANCE

V,

42

Nominal Max.

Lvcoming Helicopter Engine


Performance Data

(D a

37

Cent. Power

.50 B.S.F.C.

Pressure

In.
_

Hg.

DPV

10.0:1 Compression Ratio: Fuellnjealor: Bendi. RSA-7*PII

4
a

B
190

Fuel Grade:

Min. 1001130

C--C- --c---r-- c

:I.

TO FIND ACTUAL HORSEPOWER FAOM

S
SP

AND AIR INLET TEMPERATURE.


-~ta
i. LOCATE A ON FVLL THROTTLE ALTI.TVDE

t~
tQ O

CURVE FOR GIVEN R.P.M. MANIFOLD PRESS

O
Z
r

180
c

2. LOCATE B DN SEA LEVEL CURVE FOR

R.PM. a MANIFOLD PRESSURE a TRANSFER

.t

t~l

TOC. a c sv STRAIGHT LINE ANO READ HORSEPOWER AT GIVEN ALTITUDE D. 4. MODIFY HORSEPOWER ~T D FOR VARIATION
OF AIR INLET TEMPERATURE T FROM 3. CONNECT A

~5!
170

I~
n

It

S"NDARD*LTI~UDE
eY FORMULA.

TEMRRATURE~TB

O
FHp.

I
1BO

[IBH.P FHP)(~PO=T: )08)


I

t
,7,
I 1

ncTunL B.H.P
l\r
1 I

e~
M r
r/l

I-1

Correct ForDilterence Bet~vreen Std


Alt. Tem,

TS

And Actual Inlet Ai.

For Continuous

Temp.

In AEcortiance Wtth Note 4.

150

Operation

I
a 140rtt
i

O
ttr
I

~FI

H
130

25~
g
249.

--I

Y
o

58

120

23-

2I9

E_ 150
r

E
m
c4

TS

sEn STANDARD ALTITUDE TEMPERATURE TS


17

OF 11

LEVEL 13
14 15 16
17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

10

12

Is

19 2021222324

50

Z C
r

ABSOLUTE MANIFOLD PRESSURE. IN. HG.

PRESSURE ALTITUDE IN THOUSANDS OF FEET

W co

Figure 3-13. Sea Level and Altitude Performance

HIO-360-D

Sheet 2 of 2

O
w

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


SECTION 3 0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS
CURM: N0.12944

FUEL FLOW VS. PERCENT RATED POWER TEXTRON LYCOMING MODEL HIO-3s0-A SERIES
FUEL INJECTOR BENDIX RSA-5AB1 ENGINE SPEED 2900 RPM MANUAL MIXTURE CONTROL TO FLOW METER GAGE

110

100

90

i"
w io

so

so

40 50 60
70

80

90

100

PERCENT RATED POWER

Figure 3-14.
330

Fuel Flow

prs

Percent Rated Power

HIO-360-A Series

TEXTRON LYCOMING OIPERATORS MANUAL


0360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

SECTION 3

FUEL FLOWVS. PERCENT RATED POWER

LYCOMING MODEL HIO360-B SERIES FUEL INJECTOR BENDIX RSILSAB1 MANUAL MIXTURE CONTROL TO FLOW METER GAGE ENGINE SPEED

2500, 2700, 2900 RPM

100

90

B
80

70

IL

60

50

40 50

70 80 90 PERCEIVT RATED POWER


3-15. Fuel Flow

60

100

Figure

Percent Rated Power HIO-360-B Series


vs

3-31

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


SECTION 3

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS


CURVE NO. 12972

FUEL FLOW vs PERCENT RATED PC~NER


AVCO LYCOMING ENGINE NOOa

FUEL INJECTOR ENGINE SPEED

HIO-360-C SERIES BENDIX

RSA-SADI 2900 RPM

MANUAL MIXTURE CONTROL TO FLOWMETER GAGE

Ls~h)

49

50

(iO

lo

so

PERCENT ~TED POWER

100

Figure 3-16.
3-32

Fuel Flow

vs

Percent Rated Power

HIO-3~0-C Series

~II1I

~7 8~
z

t
t~l

II

II11I~IIP1IBII 18111I~I%Bll

O 3
z

181~1111
1

8"

5S
%Btlil~
;4
Figure 3117. Sea Level and Altitude Performance 0-360-A, -C Series (except those listed for Figure

P
5:

6
z

3-35);t:m

r
cu (p
CUM FI# ONER RP$L LLAF(FOU) PRESI. toum~on LOCATE B 43 8EALElfiLCURIIE FOR RPY A YAHOU) PwESSRIETRRA#FFRTO C. 8T~UIOHTUNEAH)-READ CONNCTAIC
D.

v, 02
LYCOMPn~3AIACRAFT HEUCOPIER ENGINE PERFORMANCE DATA
ALTITUDE PERFORYAWCE
ABs.DRYLUHMLD PRESSURE W Ri
TRROTRE RPY.

Y001FvHoRsEPCm~R
T FROM 8TANLIIRD Kmu#

MAWMUM POWER MUCTURE UNLESS OMERIMSE NOTED

O
Z
W

00

X
1

B
II

ENGINE MODU 0200020,- C2D COMPRESSION RATIO B.5:~ BENMX FUEL GRADE, MINIMUM 21101
NO DC~ERNAL MUCNRE HEATERUSED

TEUPBUTIFIE
BYMRUM

Ts

O
Z
1

HP.ATDX IACTUAL KP. 1)C

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CURVE NO.12881
TO FINDACTUM HORSEPOWER FROMALTITUDE, R.P.M., MANIFOLD PRESSCIRE

AIRPILETTMPE6ATURE.
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LYCOMING AIRCRAFT HELICOPTER ENGINE PERFORMANCE DATA MAXIMUM PO\IMR MDCTURE UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED ENGINE MODEL HO-3~0-B SERIES COMPRESSION RATIO 8.5:1 CARBURETOR BENDU( PSHSBD FUEL GRADE, MINIMUM 91196 NOEXTERNALMIXTURE HEATER USED.

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NO.1 TE(TRON LYCOMING AIRCRAFT ENGINE PERFORMANCE DATA

HP.ATACTUAL H.P. 460+T


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MAXIMUM POWER MIXTURE UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED ENGINE MODEL AEIO -360-A SERIES COMPRESSION RATIO 8.7:1 FUEL INJECTOR BENDIX. RSA-SAD1 FUEL GRADE, MINIMUM ~0011 NO EXTERNAL MIXTURE HEATER USED.

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10

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18

20 21 ABSOLUTE MANIFOLD PRESSURE, IN. HG

13

11

12

13 11 15 is 17 18 13 20 2122 23 24

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PRESSURE ALTITUDE IN THOUSANDS OF FEET

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IO-360-B~A

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IO-360-B1C

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CURVE NO. 13516A CURVEN013516-A1

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IO-360-UAI

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RATED POWER
160 HP -2400 R.P.M.

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HIO-360-B Series

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Sea Level.and Altitude Performance

TIG-360-A Series

Sheet

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TIG-360-A Series

Sheet 2 of 3

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Sea Level and Altitude Performance

TIG-360-A Series

Sheet 3 of 3

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

SECTION 3

Fig\lre

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HIO-360-E Series

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Turbochager

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SEC~IOl\a 3
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IMODE~S

FUEL FLOW VS. PERCENT RATED POWER

LYCOMING 0-360, 180 HP SERIES


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60

70

80

90

100

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3-34. Fuel Flow


-G

vs

Percent Rated Power


HO-360-C1A

0-360-A, -C, -F,

Series;

Revised

May ~996

TEXTRON L~COMING

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

SECTION 3
Curve No.

13514

FUEL FLOW VS. PERCENT RATED POWER TEXTRON LYCOMING 0-360-J ~45 HP
COMPRESSION RATIO SPARK ADVANCE
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100

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vs

Percent Rated Power-

0-360-52A

May

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3-508

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SECTION 3
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110

100

LEAN LIMIT

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80

70

60

50

40

30

20 100 120 140

160

180

200

BRAKE HORSEPOWER

Figure 3-38.

Fuel Flow

vs

Brake

Horsepower

TIO-360-C1A6D

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SECTION

PERIODIC

INSPECTION

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PERIODIC INSPECTIONS

Page

Pre-Starting Inspection Daily Pre-Flight


Engine Turbocharger 25 Hour Inspection Engine 50 Hour Inspection Engine TUrbocharger 100 Hour Inspection Engine ~rbdcha-rger 400 Hour Inspection Engine NonlScheduled Inspections

................4-1
4-2 ....4-2
.......4-2

...........4-3
...4~4 ...........4-5 ....4-6

.............4-6
............4-6

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0360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS
SECTION 4

SECTION 4 PERIODIC INSPECTIONS


NOTE

Perhaps no other factor is guite so important to safety and durability of the aircraft and its components as faithful and diligent attention to regular checks for minor troubles and prompt repair when they ave found.
The operator should bear in mind that the items listed in the following pages do not constitute a complete aircraft inspection, but are meant for the engine only. Consult the airframe manufacturers handbook for

additional instructions.

Pre-Starting Inspection

daily pre-flight inspection is aircraft prior to the first flight of the day. This inspection the general condition of the aircraft and engine.

The

check of the

is to determine

The importance of proper pre-flight inspection cannot be over emphasized. Statistics prove several hundred accidents occur yearly directly responsible to poor pre-flight.

Among the major causes of poor pre-flight inspection are lack of concentration, reluctance to acknowledge the need for a check list, carelessness bred by familiarity and haste.

4-1

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SECTION 4
i. DAILY PRE-FLIGH~
a.

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

Engine
(1) Be
(2) Be
sure

all switches

are

in the "Off"
are

position.

sure

magneto ground wires

connected.

(3) Check oil level.


(4) See that fuel tanks
are

full.
note minor indications for leaks before aircraft is down, any

(5) Check fuel and oil line connections;

repair

at 50 hour

inspection. Repair

(6) Open the fuel drain


sediment

to remove any accumulation of water and

(7) Make
are

sure

all shields and

cowling
or

missing

or

damaged, repair

place and secure. If any replacement should be made


are

in

before the aircraft is flown.

(8) Check controls for gene~al condition, travel, and freedom of operation

(9) Induction system air filter should be inspected and serviced in accordance with the airfranle manufacturers recommendations.
b.

Turbocharger
(1) Inspect mounting and connections of turbocharger for security,
lubricant
or

air

leakage.
to breather.

(2) Check engine crankcase breather for restrictions


2. 25-HOUR

INSPECTION(ENGINE). After the first twenty-~ve hours operation time; new, remanufactured or newly overhauled engines should undergo a 50 hour inspection including draining and renewing lubricating oil. If engine has no full-now oil filter, change oil every 25 hours. Also, inspect and clean suction and pressure
4-2
screens.

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0~360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS
3. 50 HOUR INSPECTION for dsilv

SECTION 4
to the items listed

(ENGINE). In addition
the

pre-flight inspection,

made after every 50 hours of


a.

following maintenance operation.

checks should be

Ignition System
(1) If fouling of spark plugs is apparent,
per
rotate bottom

plugs

to up-

position.

(2) Examine spark plug leads of cable and ceramics for corrosion and deposits. This condition is evidence of either leaking spark plugs,

improper cleaning of the spark plug walls or connector ends. Where this condition is found, clean the cable ends, spark plug walls and ceramics with a dry, clean cloth or a clean cloth moistened with methyl-ethyl ketone. All parts should be clean and dry before reassembly.
(3) Check ignition harness for security of mounting clamps and be sure connections are tight at spark plug and magneto terminals.
Check the primer lines for leaks and security of the clamps. Remove and clean the fuel inlet strainers. Check the mixture control and throttle linkage for travel, freedom of movement, security of the clamps and lubricate if necessary. Check the air intake ducts for leaks, security, filter damage; evidence of dust or other solid material in the ducts is indicative of inadequate biter care or damaged filter. Check vent lines for evidence of fuel or oil seepage; if preb. Fuel and Induction

System

sent, fuel pump may


c.

require replacement.

Lubrication

System

(1) Replace external full flow oil biter element. (Check used element
for metal particles.) Drain and
renew

iubricating

oil.

(2) (Engines Not Equi~ged Euith External Filter)


screen

and clean
are

particles that

thoroughly. Note carefully indicative of internal engine damage. Change oil


4-3

Remove oil pressure for presence of metal

every 25 hours.

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SECTION 4 0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

oil lines for leaks, particularly at connections for security of anchorage and for wear due to rubbing or vibration, for dents and

(3) Check

cracks. d.

Check attaching flanges at exhaust ports on Exhanst System of leakage. If they are loose, they must be for evidence cylinder removed and machined flat before they are reassembled and tightened. Examine exhaust manifolds for general condition.
e.

cowling and baffles for damage and secure anchorage. Any damaged or missing part of the cooling system must be repaired or replaced before the aircraft resumes operation.

Cooling System

Check

Check f. Cylinders found, replace gasket Ibs.).

rocker box

covers screws

and

tighten

for evidence of oil leaks. If to specified torque (50 inch

Check cylinders for evidence of excessive heat which is indicated by burned paint on the cylinder. This condition is indicative of internal damage to the cylinder and, if found, its cause must be determined and corrected before the aircraft resumes operation.

Heavy discoloration and appearance of seepage at cylinder head and barrel attachment area is usually due to emission of thread lubricant used durilig assembly of the barrel at the factory, or by slight gas leakage which stops after the cylinder has been in service for awhile. This condition is neither harmful nor detrimental to engine performance and operation. If it can beproven that leakage exceeds these conditions, the cylinder should be replaced.
g.

Turbocbarger
in any

incorporated tightness and

power lines and mounting brackets turbocharger system should be checked for leaks, damage that may cause a restriction.

All

fli~id

Check for accumulation of dirt or other interference with the linkage between the bypass valve and the actuator which may impair operation of turbocharger. Clean or correct cause of interference. The vent line from the actuator should be checked for oil leakage. Any constant oil leakage is cause for replacement of piston seal. Check alternate air valve to be 4-4
sure

it

swings

free and seals

tightly.

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0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS
h.

SECTION 4

Check throttle body attaching screws for correct torque for these screws is 40 to 50 inch pounds.

Carl~uvetor

tightness. The

4.

100 HOUK

INSPliCTlOh~.

In addition the

to

the items listed for maintenance

daily

pre-flight

and

50 hour inspection,
one

following

checks

should be made after every


a.

hundred hours of operation.

I~kctrical

~iystem
all

(1) Check
or

shielded cables that


loose wires

wiring connected to the engine or accessories. Any are damaged should be replaced. Replace clamps and check terminals for security and cleanliness.
clean and regap.

(2)

Remove

spark plugs; test,


System
Drain and

Replace if

necessary.

t~. Luhrication

renew

lubricating oil.

points for pitting and minimum gap. Check for excessive oil in the breaker compartment, if found, wipe dry with a clean lintless cloth. The felt located at the breaker points should be lubricated in accordance with the magnelo manufacturers instructions. Check magneto to engine timing. Timing procedure is described in Section 5, 1, b of this manual.
c.

Mn~netss

Check breaker

n.

Engine mounted accessories such temperature and pressure sensing units should be checked mounting, tight connections.

t~I1Kine

Acccrssories

as

pumps,
secure

for

e.

(:ylilldcrs

Check

cylinders visually

for cracked

or

broken fins.

f:
worn.

Mounts

Check engine mounting bolts and bushings for


wear.

security and

excessive

Replace

any

bushings

that

are

excessively

Check fuel injector nozzles Fuel Lines K Iuel Injection No~zles ann for looseness, tighten to 60 inch pounds torque. Check fuel line for dye stains at connection indicating leakage and security of line. Repair or

replacement operation

must

be

accomplished

before

the

aircraft

resumes

4-5

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SECTION 4
h.

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODEtS

Turt~ochatger Inspect all air ducting and connections in turbocharger system for leaks. Make inspection both with engine shut down and with
engine running. Check at manifold connections to turbine inlet and engine exhaust manifold gasket, for possible exhaust gas leakage.
CAUTION
at

Do not operate t~ze turbocha7ger tf teaks exist in the ducting, or if air cleaner is not Fltering efficientl~ Dust leaking into air ducting can damage tur-

bocharger and engine. build-up within the turbocharger. Check for uneven deposits on the impeller. Consult AiResearch Industrial Div. Manual TP-21 for method to remove all such foreign matter.
Check for dirt
or

dust

5 400 HO UR INSPECTION. In addition to the items listed for daily prenight, 50 hour and 100 hour inspections, the following maintenance check

should be made after every 400 hours of


Tralve

operation.
and check for freedom of valve

Inspection

Remove rocker box


are

covers

rockers when valves

partsin the area If seats. any indications are found, the cylinder and all of its components should be removed (including the piston and connecting rod assembly) and inspected for further damage. Replace a~y parts that do not conform with
broken

closed. Look for evidence of abnormal wear or of the valve tips, valve keeper, springs and spring

limits shown in the latest revision of Special Service Publication No. SSP1R6.

Occasionally, service bulletins Lycoming Division that require or service instructions are issued by inspection procedures that are not listed in this manual. Such publications, usually are limited to specified engine models and become obsolete after corrective modification has been accomplished. All such publications are available from Lycoming distributors, or from the factory by subscription. Consult the latest edition of Service Letter No. Lll4 for subscription information. Maintenance facilities should have an up-to-date file of these publica6 NON-SCHED ULED INSPECTIONS.

tions available at all times.

4-6

SECTION

MAINTENANCE

PROCEDURES

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES

Page
Ignition and Electrical System

Ignition HarnessandWire Replacement Timing Magnetos to Engine Generator orAlternatorOutput


Fuel

..............5-1 .....5-1 ..5-5

System
...........5-5

Repair of Fuel Leaks


Carburetor
Screen
or

Fuel Injector Inlet


.............5-5

Assembly

Fuel Grades and Limitations


Air Intake Ducts and Filters

.....5-5 ......5-5
;..5-5

Idle

Speed and

Mixture

Adjustment

Lubrication System Oil Grades and Limitations Oil Suction and Oil Pressure Screens Oil Pressure Relief Valve
......5-6 .......5-6 .5-6 ..............5-7
.5-12 ....5-12

Cylinder Assembly
Generator orAlternator Drive BeltTension

Turbocharger Control System

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODE LS
SECTION 5
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
The procedures described in this section are provided to guide and instruct personnel in performing such maintenance operations that may be required in conjunction with the periodic inspections listed in the preceding section. No attempt is made to include repair and replacement operations that will be found in the applicable Lycoming Overhaul

SECTION 5

Manual.
I. IGNITION AND ELECTRICAL S YS TEM.
a.

Ignition
or

Harness and Wire


an

Replacement

In the event that

an

ignition

individual lead is to be replaced, consult the wiring diagram to be sure harness is correctly installed. Mark location of clamps and clips to be certain the replacement is clamped at correct locations.
b.

harness

Timing Magnetos
(1)
Remove
a

to

Engine

spark plug from No. 1 cylinder and place a thumb over the spark plug hole. Rotate the crankshaft in direction of normal rotation until the compression stroke is reached, this is indicated by a positive pressure inside the cylinder tending to push the thumb off the spark plug hole. Continue rotating the crankshaft until the advance timing mark on the front face of the starter ring gear is in alignment with the small hole located at the two ociock position on the front face of the starter housing. (Ring gear may be marked at 200 and 250. Consult specifications for correct timing mark for your installation.) At this point, the engine is ready for assembly of the magnetos.
Remove the inspection plugs from both (2) Single magneto magnetos and turn the drive shaft in direction of normal rotation until (-20 and -200 series) the first painted chamfered tooth on the distributor gear is aligned in the center of the inspection window

applicable timing mark on the distributor gear is approximately aligned with the mark on the distributor block. See figure 5-2. Being sure the gear does not move from this position, install gaskets and magnetos on the engine. Note that an adapter is used with impulse coupling magneto. Secure with (clamps on -1200 series) washers and nuts; tighten only finger tight.
5-1

(-1200 series)

the

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SECTION 5 0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

RING ORDER Cwise Rotation -1-3-2-4 C.Cwise R.otal;ion -1-4-2-3


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5-2

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0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS
SECTION 5
attach the

positive lead to a suitable terminal connected to the switch terminal of the magneto and the negative lead to any unpainted portion of the engine. Rotate the magnet(, in its mounting flange to a point where the light comes on, then slowly turn it in the opposite direction until the light goes out. Bring the magneto back slowly until the light just comes on. Repeat this with the second magneto.
a

(3) Using

battery powered timing light,

(4) Back off the crankshaft a few degrees, the timing ligh ts should go out. Bring the crankshaft slowly back in direction of normal rotation until the timing mark and the hole in the starter housing are in alignment. At this point, both lights should go on simultaneously. Tighten nuts to specified torque.
(.5) Dual

Mir~wetos

Remove the

convenient side of the location in the center

timing window plug from the most housing and the plug from the rotor viewing of the housing.

(~j) ?urn the rotating magnet driveshaft in direction of normal rotation until the painted tooth of the distributor gear is centered in

timing hole. Observe that at this time the built in pointer just ahead of the rotor viewing window aligns with either the L or R (depending on rotation).

the

(7)

Hold

the

magneto
with

magnetos. finger tigh t.

Secure

position and install gasket and clamps, washers and nuts tightened only

in

this

battery powered timing light, attach one positive lead to left switch terminal, one positive lead to right switch terminal and the ground lead to the magneto housing.
a

(8) Using

(9) ?urn

the entire
on, then

niagneto

in direction of rotation until the

timing

light light

comes

slowly opposite direction until the goes out. Bring the magneto back slowly until the light just

turn it in the

comes on.

go out.

degrees, the timing lights should slowly back in direction of normal rotation until the lights just come on. Both lights should go on 20 of No. 1 engine firing posil.ion.
a

(1())

Back off tile craiikslraft

few

Bring

the crankshaft

5-3

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


SECTION 5
01360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS
NOTE

Some timi~g lights opemte in the on when the boints


c.

reverse manner as

described. The ligW comes Chec~ your timing Is;pht instructions.

Timing Dual Magneto Check the magneto internal timing and breaker synchronization in the following manner. timing light negative lead to any unpainted surface of the magneto. Connect one positive lead to the left main breaker terminal and the second positive lead to the right
main breaker terminal.

Internal

(1) Main Br~QKers

Connect the

number

(2) Back the engine up a few degrees and again bump forward toward one cylinder ~ing position while observing timing lights. Both

lights should go out to indicate opening of the main breakers when the timing pointer is indicating within the width of the "L" or R" mark. If breaker timing is incorrect, loosen breaker screws and correct. Retorque breaker screws to 20 to 25 in. Ibs.
(3) Retard Breaker Remove timing light leads from the main breaker terminals. Attach one positive lead to retard breaker terminal, and second positive lead to the tachometer breaker terminal, if used.

degrees and again bump forward toward number one cylinder firing position until pointer is aligned with 150 retard timing mark. Set: fig~ue 5-5. Retard breaker should just open at this position.
up
a

(4) Back the engine

few

(5) If retard timing is


per

not correct, loosen cam


cam as

securing

screw

and

turn the retard breaker

required to
cam

paragraph c(4). Retorque

make retard breaker open screw to 1~ to 20 in. Ibs.


cam

(6) Observe that tachometer breaker is opened by the synchronization of this breaker is required.
the

lobe. No

(7) Check action of impulse coupling (D-2000/3000 series only). With

igni~ion switch off observe breaker cam end of rotor while manually cranking engine through a firing sequence. Rotor should alternately stop and then (with an audible snap) be rotated rapidly through a retard firing position.
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d.
Generator

SECTION 4

The generator or alternator or Alternator Output (whichever is applicable) should be checked to determine that the specified voltage and current are being obtained.

2. FUEL SYSTEM.
a.

Repair of Fuel

is

replaced, only Hydrauiic Sealant may be used form of thread compound. other any
Loctite 6. Carburetor
Screen
or

Leaks In the event a line or fitting in the fuel system a fuel soluble lubricant such as clean engine oil or
on

tapered threads.

Do not

use

Fuel

Injector (Except
the

Simmonds
and

Injectors)

Fuel Inlet

screen for assembly distortion or openings in the strainer. Replace for either of these conditions. Clean screen assembly in solvent and dry with compressed air and reinstall. The fuel inlet screen assembly is tightened to 35--40 inch pounds on carburetors and 65--70 inch pounds an fuel injectors. The hex head plug on pressure carburetors is tightened to 160--175 inch pounds.

Assembly

Remove

check the

c.

Fuel Grades and Limitations The recommended aviation for the subject engines is listed in Section 3, item 8.
In the event that the is

grade

fuel

permissible

to

use

specified fuel is not higher octane fuel.

available at some locations, it Fuel of a lower octane than

specified

is not to be used. Under no circumstances should automotive fuel be used (regardless of octane rating).
NOTE
It is recommended that

1070

personnel regarding specified fuel for

be familiar 2uith Service Instruction No.

Lycoming engines.

Check all air intake ducts for dirt or d Air Intake Ducts and Filter restrictions. Inspect and service air filters as instructed in the airframe

manufacturers handbook.
e.

Idle

Speed

and Mixture

Adjustment
up in the usual normal.
manner

(1) Start the engine and warm cylinder head temperatures are

until oil and

(2) Check magnetos. adjustment.

If the

"mag--drop"

is

normal, proceed

with idle

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SECIION 5 01360 and ASSOCIA3L~ED MODEIS
screw so

that the engine idles at the ai~ame manufacturers recommended idling RPM. If the RPM changes appreciably ~ter making idle mixture adjustment during the succeeding steps, readjust the idle speed to the desired RPM.

(3) Set throttle stop

uree control lever with

(4) When the idling speed has been stabilized, move the cockpit mixta smooth, steady pull toward the "Idle-CutOff position and observe the tachometer for any change during the

leaning

process. Caution must be exercised to return the mixture control to the "Full Rich" position before the RPM can drop to a

point where the engine cuts out. Am increase of more than 50 RPM while "leaning out" indicates an excessively rich idle mixture. An immediate decrease in RPP~I (if not preceded by a momentary increase) indicates the idle mixture is
too lean.

If the above indicates that the idle adjustment is too rich or too lean, turn the idle mixture adjustment in the direction required for correction, and check this new position by repe~ating the above procedure. additional adjustments as necessary until a check results in a momentary pick-up of approximately 50 RPM. Each time the adjustment is changed, the engine should be run up to 2000 RPM to clear the engine before proceeding with the RPM check, Make final adjustment of the idle speed adjustment to obtain the desired idling RPM with closed throttle. The above method aims at a set~PM with minimum manifold pressure. ting that will obtain In case the setting does not remain stable, check the idle linkage; am looseness in this linkage would cause erratic idling. In allcases, allowance should be made for the effect of weather conditions and bled altitude upon idling adjustment.
3.
a.

SYSTEM. Oil Grades and Limitations Service the engine in accordance with in Section 3, item 8. the recommended grade oil as

speci~ed

b. Oil Suction and Oil Pressure Screens At each 100 hour inspection remove suction screen. Inspect for metal particles; clean and reinstall. Inspect and clean pressure screen every 25 hours.
c. an

Oil Pressure

Relief Subject engines may be equipped with either non-adjustable oil pressure relief valve. A brief descrip adjustable
or

ion of both types follows. 5-6

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SECTION 5

Relief Valve The function of the maintain oil pressure relief valve is to engine oil pressure within specified limits. The valve, although not adjustable, may control the oil pressure with the addition of a maximum of nine (9) P/N STD-425 washers between the cap and spring to increase the pressure. Removal of the washers will decrease the oil pressure. Some early model engines use a maximum of three (3) PIN STD-425 washers to increase the oil pressure and the use of a P/N 73629 or P/N 73630 spacer between ~the cap and crankcase to decrease the oil pressure. Particles of metal or other foreign matter lodged between the ball and seal will result in faulty readings. It is advisable therefore, to disassemble, inspect and clean the valve if excessive pressure fluctuations are noted.
(I) Non-Adjustable Oil
Pressure

The adjustable oil relief (2) Oil Pressure Relief Valve (Adjustable) valve enables the operator to maintain engine oil pressure within the specified limits. If pressure under normal operating conditions should consistently exceed the maximum or minimum specified limits, adjust the valve as follows:

With the engine warmed up and running at approximately 2000 RPM, observe the reading on the oil pressure gage. If the pressure is above maximum or below minimum specified limits, stop engine and screw the adjusting screw outward to decrease pressure or inward to
have
on installation, the adjusting screw may driver slot and is turned with a screw driver; or majr have the screw driver slot plus a pinned .375-24 castellated nut and may be turned with either a screw driver or a box wrench.

increase pressure.

Depending

only

screw

4.

CYLINDERS. It is recommended that as a field operation, cylinder maintenance be confined to replacement of the entire assembly. For valve replacement, con sul t the proper overh aul manual. Th is should be undertaken only as an emergency measure.
a.

Removal

of Cylinder Assembly
exhaust manifold.
box drain tube, intake pipe, baffle and any with the removal of the cylinder.
remove

(1) Remove

(2) Remove rocker that might interfere

clips

(3)

Disconnect

ignition cables and

the bottom

spark plug.

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SECTION 5 0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

(4) Remove rocker box cover and rotate crankshaft until piston is approximately at top center of the compression stroke. This is indicated by a positive pressure inside of cylinder tending to push thumb off of bottom spark plug hole.
(5)
Slide valve rocker shafts from

cylinder

head and

remove

the valve

rockers. Valve rocker shafts can be removed when the cylinder is removed from the engine. Remove rotator cap from exhaust valve
stem.

(6)

Remove

shroud shroud

push rods by grasping ball end and pulling rod out of tube. Detach shroud tube spring and lock plate and pull tubes through holes in cylinder head.
NOTE

The hydraulic tappets, push rods, rocker arms and valves assembled in the same location from which they were removed.

must

he

(7) Remove cylinder base nuts and hold down plates (where employed) then remove cylinder by pulling directly away from
crankcase. Be careful not to allow the piston to crankcase, as the piston leaves the cylinder.
b. Removal Insert

drop against the

plugs. then proceed to remove piston pin. Do not allow connecting rodto rest on the cylinder bore of the crankcase. Support the connecting rod with heavy rubber band, discarded cylinder base oil ring seal, or any other non-marring method.
c.

of Piston from Connecting Rod Remove the piston pin piston pin puller through piston pin, assemble puller nut;

Removal

of Hydtaulic TaPPet

Sockets and

Plunger

Assemblies

It

will be necessary to remove and bleed the hydraulic tappet plunger assembly so that dry tappet clearance can be checked when the cylinder assembly is reinstalled. This is accomplished in the following manner:

(1) Remove the hydraulic tappet push forefinger into the concave end of the

by inserting the socket and withdrawing. If the socket cannot be removed in this manner, it may be removed by grasping the edge of the socket with a pair of needle nose pliers. However, care must be exercised to avoid scratching the socket.
rod socket
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SECTION 5
use

(2)

To

remove

the

hydraulic tappet plunger assembly,


tool.
In the

the

special

Lycoming available, the hydraulic tappet plunger assembly may be removed by a hook in the end of a short piece of lockwire, inserting the wire so that the hook engages the spring of the plunger assembly. Draw the plunger assembly out of the tappet body by gently pulling the wire.
service
event that the CA UTION

tool is not

use a magnet to remove hydraulic plun~er assemblies crankcase. This can cause the check ball to remain off its seat, the unit inoperative.

Never

from the rendering

d.

Assembly of Hydraulic TaPPet Plun~er Assemblies


unseat the ball

To assemble the
the oil inlet

unit,

by inserting

thin clean wire

through

hole. With the ball off its seat, insert the


that the

spring

and twist clockwise so catches. All oil must be removed before the plunger is

plunger

inserted.
e.

Assembly of Cylinder

and Related Parts

connecting rod of the cylinder compression stroke. This can be checked by placing two fingers on the intake and exhaust tappet bodies. Rock crankshaft back and forth over top center. If the tappet bodies do not move the crankshaft is on the compression stroke.
center of

that the

Rotate the crankshaft so being assembled is at the top

(1) Place each plunger assembly in its respective tappet body and assemble the socket on top of plunger assembly.

(2) Assemble piston with rings so that the number stamped on the piston pin boss is toward the front of the engine. The piston pin should be a handpush fit. If difficulty is experienced in inserting the piston pin, it is probably caused by carbon or burrs in the piston pin hole. During assembly, always use a generous quantity of oil, both in the piston hole and on the piston pin. (3) Assemble one piston pin plug at each end of the piston pin and place a new rubber oil seal ring around the cylinder skirt. Coat piston and rings and the inside of the cylinder generously with oil.
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SECTION 5
0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

(4) Using a piston ring compressor, assemble the cylinder over the piston so that the intake port is at the bottom of the engine. Push the cylinder all the way on, catching the ring compressor as it is pushed off.

340

340

SHIM

O O

O O

PER CYLINDER (.01O IN. THICK X.5O/.7O IN. WIDE)


4

REQ(D

HORIZONTAL CENTER
LIME OF ENGINE

O
2

CYLINDER HOLD-DOWN PLATE


ENGINES USING CYLINDER HOLD-DOWN PLATES, DURING INITIAL TIGHTENING, USE TWO SHIMS BETWEEN EACH PLATE AND THE BARREL,LOCATED AS SHOWN. REMOVE SHIMS BEFORE FINAL TIGHTENING.

Figure

5-2A. Location of Shims Between Cylinder Barrel and Hold-Down Plates (where applicable) and Sequence of Tightening Cylinder Base Hold-Down Nuts

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NOTE

SECTION 5

Before installing cylinder


stud threads with any lubricants.
i. 90% SAE SOW
one

hold-down nuts, lubricate crankcase through of the following lubricants, or combination of

engine

oil and 1046 STP.

2. Parker Thread Lube. 3. 60% SAE 30 engine oil and 40% Parker Thread Lube.

(5)

Assemble hold-down

hold-down nuts and

plates (where applicable) and cylinder tighten as directed in the following steps:
NOTE

base

any tirne a thru-studs on the


At

cylinder is replaced, it is necessary to retorqus cylinder on the opposite side ofthe engine.

the

hold-down plates) Install shims between cylinder base hold-down plates and cylinder barrel, as directed in figure 5-2A, and tighten 1/2 inch hold-down nuts to 300 inch Ibs. (25 foot Ibs.) torque, using f~e sequence shown in figure 5-2A.

(a)

(Engines using

(b)

Remove

inch

shims, and using the same sequence, tighten the 1/2 cylinder base nuts, to 600 in. Ibs. (50 foot Ibs.) torque.
NOTE

Cylinder

assemblies
above

manner as

using hold-down plate omitting the shims.


not

are

tightened

in the

same

(c) Tighten the 3/8 inch hold-down Ibs.) torque. Sequence of tightening

nuts to 300 inch Ibs.

(25

foot

is

optional.

(d) As a final check, hold the torque wrench on each nut for about five seconds. If the nut does not turn, it may be presumed to be tightened to correct torque.
CA UTION

After all cylinder base nuts have cylinder fins by filing or bu wing.

been

tightened,

remove

ally nicks in the

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SECTION 5
(6) Install 0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS
shroud tube oil seals
both ends of shroud tube.

new

on

Install shroud tube and lock in place

as

required for type of cylinder.

(7) Assemble each push rod in its respective shroud tube, and
assemble each rocker in its respective position by placing rocker between bosses and sliding valve rocker shaft in place to retain
rocker. Before

installing exhaust valve rocker, place rotator cap over

end of exhaust valve stem.

(8) Be

sure

that the

piston is

at

top center of compression stroke and

that both valves are closed. Check clearance between the valve stem tip and the valve rocker. In order to check this clearance, place the thumb of one hand on the valve rocker directly over the end of the push rod and push down so as to compress the hydrauiic tappet spring. While holding the spring compressed, the valve clearance

should be between .028 and .080 inch. If clearance does not come within these limits, remove the push rod and insert a longer or shorter push rod, as required, to correct clearance.
NOTE

Inserting

longer puste rod will

decrease the valve clearance.


covers, intake

(9) Install intercylinder baffles, rocker box


rocker box drain tubes and exhaust manifold.

pipes,

5. GENERATOR OR ALTERNATOR DRIVE BELT TENSION.

Check the tension of a new belt 25 hours after installation. Refer to Service Instruction No. 1129 and Service Letter No. L160 for methods of checking generator or alternator drive belt tension.
6. TURBOCHARGER CONTROLS.
a

Density Controller. The density controller is adjusted at the factory to maintain a predetermined constant for desired horsepower.

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The

SECTION 5

density controller is set to the curve, see figure 5-3, unde~ following conditions: Engine stabilized at; operating conditions, throttle with oil pressure at 80 psi 5 psi.

the

If it is suspected that the manifold pressure is not within limits, it may be checked to the curve.
EXAMPLE stated conditions with a compressor discharge temperature of 120"F., the manifold pressure should be 34.8 in. Hg. rfr .3 in. Hg.

Operating

at

the

If the manifold pressure is found to be out of limits, the cause might be found either in the density controller, the differential pressure controller, or the waste gate. It is recommended that an authorized overhaul facility check these controls. Exhaust

Bypass Valve (T10360A Series).

This valve is actuated by engine oil pressure and is set to predetermined open and closed clearances. These clearances and the procedures for setting them are shown in Figure 5-4.
Exhaust

Bypass

Valve

(T1,0360-C1A6D~

This valve is mechanically controlled by a flexible linkage connected to the injector throttle arm and the wastegate control arm.

Adjust linkage

as

follows:
arm

(1) Move injector throttle

to

full-open position.

(2) Insert a .005-.015 inch feeler gage between the bypass butterfly valve, in the closed position, and the bypass housing.
(3) Adjust linkage until the bypass valve control closed stop position.
arm

is at the full-

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SECTION 5 0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS
0300 110 131011

i::-:ia

tll~

ii ii :::-I.:ii

i ::;i :r i ::-li, n.s B8::a:

a-;:::S:F~-3Ri

Figure 5-3. Density Control


5-14

Full Throttle

Setting

Limits

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS
w~n 60-50PS/p/8sru~ dvo/vs od/i~s/
L~
so

SECTION 5
oSl/ie~i7g
Md

/nat

c/8oranceI~B

h .005-.aZO

H/~r, ~b pressu~e od/isl fu// open s/op screw /o prov/oe .~DO-. B00 cAeomnce

dli~

D\
L-

ya/ya

SPNh4

C)DBn

Figure 5-4 Exhaust Bypass Valve Open and Closed Setting

c~/
II

"/c. GC~

2~0

RETARD ANGLES

=c~/200
~CI

80

-z
r

Ell GAP

~30
cv

20
R

20

figure 5-5 Timing Marks

on

Rotating Magnet
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SECTION 5

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

(5
4
V

~I

II

r4

~-igure 5-4 /gnition W~ili7g Diagram, Duo/ Magneto


5-16

SE %TION

TROU B LES HOOTI NG

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T RO U BL E-SH OOT I NG-E N G I N E

Page
Failure of Failure of

Properly Low Power and Uneven Running Failure of Engine to Develop Full Power Rough Engine
to

Engine Engine

to

Start
Idle

.6-1 .6-2

.6-2
.6-3 .6-4
.6-4

Low Oil Pressure

High

Temperature Excessive Oil Consumption


T RO U BL E -SH OOT I N G -T U R BOC H A RG E R
Excessive Noise

Oil

.6-4
.6-5

or

Vibration

.6-6 .6-6

Engine

Will Not Deliver Rated Power

Critical Altitude Lower Than

Specified

.6-7
.6-8
.6-8

Engine Surges or Smokes High Deck Pressure

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0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS SECTION 6

SECTION 6

TROUBLE-SHO OT ING
Experience
decide
on

the various

has proven that the best method of trouble-shooting is to causes of a given trouble and then to eliminate

by one, beginning with the most probable. The following charts some more common troubles, which may be encountered in maintaining engines and turbochargers; their probable causes and remedies.
causes one

list

of the

i. TRO UBLE-SHOOTING-ENCINE.

TROUBLE
Failure of
to Start

PROBABLE CAUSE
Lack of fuel

REMEDY
Check fuel system for leaks. Fill fuel tank.

Engine

Clean
ers or

dirty lines,
fuel valves.

strain-

Overpriming

Leave

ignition "off" and

mixture control in "Idle

Cut-Off", open throttle and "unload" engine by


cranking for a few seconds. Turn ignition switch on
and

proceed

to start in

normal

manner.

Defective

spark

Clean and

plugs
Defective
wire

adjust spark plugs.

or

replace

ignition

Check with electric tester, and replace any defective wires.

Defective

battery

Replace with charged battery.


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SECTION 6
TROUBLE
Failure of
to Start

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS


PROBABLE CAUSE
REME DY
Clean ternal

Engine (Cont.)

Improper operation of magneto breaker


Lack of sufficient fuel flow
Water in fuel injector or carb.
Internal failure

points. Check timing of

in-

magne tos. Disconnect fuel line and check fuel flow. Drain fuel injector or carburetor and fuel lines.
for If particles. found, complete overhaul of the engine may be indicated.

Check oil
metal

screens

Failure of
to Idle

Engine Properly

Incorrect idle

Adjust

mixture

mixture

Leak in the induction system

all connections in the induction system. Replace any parts that are defective

Tighten

Incorrect idle

Adjust throttle stop


obtain correct idle.

to

adjustment
Uneven

cylinder

compression

Check condition ofpiston rings and valve seats.


Check entire

Faulty ignition
system
Insufficient fuel
pressure Low Power and Uneven Running

ignition

system.

Adjust

fuel pressure.

Mixture too rich indicated by sluggish

engine operation,red
exhaust flame at night. Extreme cases indicated by black smoke from exhaust.

Readjustment of fuel injector or carburetor by authorized personnel is


indicated.

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TROUBLE Low Power and Uneven Running

SECTION 6
REMEDY

PROBABLE CAUSE
Mixture too indicated by

lean;
over-

dirt

Check fuel lines fox or other restrictions.

(Cont.)

heating firing

or

back-

Readjustment of fuel injector or carburetor by authorized personnel


is indicated.

Leaks in induction

system
Defective spark

Tighten all connections. Replace defective parts.


Clean and gap
or

replace

plugs
Improper fuel Magneto breaker
points not working properly
Defective ignition
wire

spark plugs.
Fill tank with fuel of

recommended

grade.

Clean points. Check internal timing of

magnetos.
Check wire with electric tester.

Replace

defective wire.

spark plug terminal


connectors.

Defective

Replace connectors spark plug wire.

on

Failure of
to

Engine Develop Full

Leak in the induction system

Power Throttle lever


out of

Tighten all connections and replace defective


parts.

Adjust throttle
Check

lever.

adjustment
fuel

improper
flow

strainer, gage and flow at the fuel inlet.


restrictions.

Restriction in air
scoop

Examine air scoop and


remove

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SECTION 6
TROUBLE

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS


PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Drain and refill tank
with recommended fuel.

Engine Develop Full Power (Cont.)


to

Failure of

Improper fuel

Faulty ignition

Tighten all connections, Check system with tester. Check ignition timing.

Rough Engine

Cracked
mount

engine

Replace
Install

or

repair

mount.

Defective mount-

new

mounting

ing bushings
Uneven

bushings
Check

compression.

compression
Low Oil Pressure

Insufficient oil

Fill to proper level with recommended oil.

Air lock or dirt in relief valve


Leak in suction line or pressure

Remove and clean oil pressure relief valve. Check

gasket between accessory housing and


crankcase.
See

line
1

High oil temperature

"High Oil Temperature" in "Trouble" column.


Replace
Check line for obstruction. Clean suction strainer.

Defective pressure gage

Stoppage
sage

in oil

pump intake pas-

High

Oil

Insufficient air

Temperature

cooling

Check air inlet and outlet for deformation or obstru ction.

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0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS
TROUBLE PROBABLE CAUSE REMEDY
Fill to proper level with specified oil.

SECTION 6

High

Oil

Insufficient oil

Temperature

supply

(Cont.)
Low

grade of oil

Replace with oil conforming to specifications.


Remove and clean oil
strainers.

Clogged
or

oil lines

strainers

Excessive

blow-by

Usually caused or stuck rings.

by

worn

Failing or failed bearing

Examine sump for metal particles. If fou nd,overhaul of

engine

is indicated.

Defective tem-

Replacegage,

perature gage
Excessive Oil
Low

grade of

oil

Fill tank with oil

con-

Consumption

forming

to

specification.

Failing or bearings
Worn

failed

Check sump for metal

particles.
Install
new

piston rings

rings.

Incorrect installation of piston rings

Install

new

rings.

rings to seat (new nitrided cyls.)

Failure of

Use mineral base oil. Climb to cruise altitude at full power and operate at 75% cruise power

setting

until oil consumption stabilizes.

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3. TR O UBLE-SHO O TINC

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS


TUR BOCHA R CER

TROUBLE
Excessive Noise
or

PROBABLE CAUSE

REMEDY

Improper bearing
lubrication

Supply required

oil

Vibration

pressure. Clean or replace oil line; clean oil


strainer. If trouble

persists, overhaul turbocharger.


Leak in engine
intake
or ex-

Tighten
tions
or

loose

connec-

haust manifold

replace manifold gaskets


necessary.

as

Dirty impeller
blades

Disassemble and clean.

Engine
Power

will not Deliver Rated

Clogged
system

manifold

Clear all

ducting.

Foreign material lodged in compressor impeller


or

Disassemble and clean.

turbine

Excessive dirt

build-up
presser

in

com-

Thoroughly cleat! presser assembly.

com-

Service air cleaner and check for leakage.

Leak in engine intake or exhaust

Tighten
tions
or

loose

connec-

fold

replace gaskets as

mani-

necessary.

Rotating assembly bearing seizure


Restriction in return lines from
actuator to waste

Overhaul

turbocharger.

Remove and clean lines.

gate controller
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0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS
TROUBLE PROBABLE CAUSE
Exhaust bypass troller is in need of adjustment
con-

SECTION 6
REMEDY
Have exhaust ler adjusted.

Engine
Power

will not Deliver Rated

bypass

control-

(Cont.)

Oil pressure
too low

Tighten fittings. Replace lines or hoses.


Increase oil pressure to desired pressure.

Inlet orifice to actuator clogge d

Remove inlet line at actuator and clean ori fice


con-

Exhaust bypass troller malfunction

Replace

unit.

Exhaust

bypass
not

butterfly closing

Low pressure. Clogged orifice in inlet to


actuator.

Check

Butterfly shaft binding. bearings. bearings. Replace turbocharger.

Turbocharger peiler binding


frozen
or

im-

Check

fouling
Remove and replace or disassemble and replace packing.
actuator

housing.
Piston seal in actuator leak-

ing. (Usually accompanied by


oil leakage at drain line)

Critical Altitude Lower than

Controller not

Specified

getting enough
oil pressure to close the waste

Check pump outlet pressure, oil filters, external lines for leaks or obstructions.

gate

Chips under metering valve


in controller holding it open

Replace controller.

6-7

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


SECTION 6
TROUBLE
Critical Altitude Lower ThaI1

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MOD;LS


PROBABLE CAUSE

REMEDY
Remove actuator and clean

actuator

Metering jet in plugged


Actuator

jet.
leakage drain, clean

Specified (Cont.)
piston
If there is oil
at actuator

seal failed and

leaking sively sticking Engine Surges


Smokes
or

exces-

cylinder and replace piston seal.


Clean and free action.

Exhaust bypass valve

Air in oil lines


or

Bleed system.

actuator

Con troller meter-

Replace controller.

ing
seal

valve stem

leaking

oil

into manifold

Clogged

breather

Check breather for restrictions to air flow.

NOTE

Sma~e
High
sure

would be normal

ij enRine

has idled for

prolonged period.
as-

Deck Pres-

Controller meter-

(Compressor Discharge Pressure)

ing valve not opening, aneroid bellows leaking


Exhaust bypass sticking closed

Replace controller sembly or replace


aneroid bellows.

Shut off valve in return line not working.

Butterfly shaft binding. Check bearings.


Replace bypass valve or correct linkage

binding.

6-8

TEXTRON LYCOMING OP~RATORS MANUAL


0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS
TROUBLE

SECTION 6
REMEDY
Clean
or

PROBABLE CAUSE
Controller return line restricted

High Deck Pressure (Compressor Discharge Pressure) (Cont.)

replace line.

Oil pressure
too

Check pressure 75 to 85

high

psi (80 psi desired) at exhaust bypass actuator


inlet.

If pressure on outlet side of actuator is too


have exhaust bypass controller adjusted.

high,

Exhaust
tor

bypass actuapiston locked

Remove and disassemble actuator, check condi-

in full closed po-

sition.

(Usually accompanied by oil leakage at actuator drain line).NOTE: Exhaust bypass normally closed in
idle and low power conditions.Should
open when actuator inlet line is

piston and packreplace actuator ing assembly.


or

tion of

disconnected.
Exhaust

bypass

con-

Replace

controller.

troller mal-

function

6-9

SECTION

INSTALLATION AND STO RAG E

TEXTRON LVCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL

INSTALLATION AND STORAGE

Page Preparation
General
of

Engine

for Instaliation

.7-1

Inspection

of

Engine Mounting

.7-2 .7-2 .7-2

Oil and Fuel Line Connections

Preparation

of Carburetors and

Fuel Injectors for Installation Corrosion Prevention in Engines Installed in inactive Aircraft

.7-3

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS SECIION 7

SECTION 7 INSTALLATlON AND STORAGE


I. YH~YAKATION OF ENGINI~ I;OH INSTALLATlOhl.

Before installing

an engine prepared for storage, remove all dehydrator plugs, bags of dessicant and preservativ~ oil from the engine. Preservative oil call be removed by removing the bottom spark plugs and turning the crankshaft three or four revolutions by hand. The preservative oil will then

that has been

spark plug holes. Draining will be facilitated if the engine is tilted from side to side during the above operation. Preservative oil which has accumulated in the sump can be drained by re;rioving the oil sump plug. Engines that have been stored in a cold place should be removed to an environment of at least 700F. (210C.) for a period of 24 hours before preservative oil is drained from the cylinders. If this is not possible, heat the cylinders with heat lamps before attempting to drain the engine.
drain

through

the

Afterthe oil sump has been drained, the plug should be replaced and safety-wired. Fill the sump or external tank with lubricating oil. The crankshaft should again be turned several revolutions to saturate the interior of the engine with the clean oil. When installing spark plugs, make sure that they are clean, if not, wash them in clean petroleum solvent. Of course, there will be a small amount of preservative oil remaining in the engine, but this can cause no harm. However, after twenty-five hours of operation, the lubricating oil should be drained while the engine is hot. This will
remove

any residual

preservative oil that


CA LITION

may have been

present.

crankshaft of an engine containing preservative oil spark plugs, because if the cylinders contain any before removing appreciable allpount of the mixture, the resulting action, known as hydraulicing, will cause damage to the engine. Also, ally contact of the preservative oil with painted surfaces should be avoided.
Do
not

rotate

the

the

7-1

TEXTRON LVCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


SEC710N 7
Cencml Should
any

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS


of the

dehydrator plugs, containing crystals of material, during their term of storage or upon their removal from the engine, and if any of the contents should fall into the engine, that portion of the engine must be disassembled and thoroughly cleaned before using the engine. The oil strainers should be removed and cleaned in gasoline or some other hydrocarbon solvent. The fuel drain screen located in the fuel inlet of the carburetor or fuel injector should also be removed and cleaned in a hydrocarbon solvent. The operator should also note if any valves are sticking. If they are, this condition can be eliminated by coating the valve stem generously with a mixture of gasoline and lubrication oil.

silica-gel

or

similar

be broken

If the aircraft is one from which an that the engine mount is not bent or make sure engine removed, damaged by distortion or misalignment as this can produce abnormal stresses with the engine.

Illspt?ction of

Mounting

has been

Attachil~R

E ngin e Moumts See to recommendations for method of mounting the

airframe

man u facture r s

engine.
are

Oil aid Fuel Liile Conl?ections The oil atld fuel line connections called out on the accompanying installation drawings.

Propeller

Illstallatioil

relative to

propeller

Consult the airframe manufadturer for information installation.

2. PREPARATION Or; CARBURETORS AND FUEL INS TA L Ln TION.

INJECTORS FOR

Carburetors and fuel injectors that have been prepared for storage should undergo the following procedures before being placed in service. Carburetor (MA-4-5, MA-4-5AA) Remove the fuel drain plug and drain oil. Remove the fuel inlet strainer assembly and clean in a preservative hydrocarbon solvent. Reinstall the fuel drain plug and fuel inlet strainer

assembly.
Carburetor (PSH-SBD) Remove the fuel inlet strainer and all plugs the to fuel chambers. Drain preservative oil from the carburetor. leading Clean the fuel inlet strainer in a hydrocarbon solvent. Reinstall fuel inlet strainer and replace all plugs.
manual mixture control needle and drain any accumulated moisture from the air chamber. Replace plug.

Remove

plug opposite the

7-2

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS SECTION 7

With the throttle lever in the wide open position and the manual mixture control in the full rich position, inject clean fuel through the fuel inlet connection at 5 psi until clean fuel flows from the discharge nozzle. CAUTION
Do not allow

fuel

or

oil

to enter

into the air chamber.

Move the throttle lever to the closed position and the mixture control position. Because this carburetor has a closed fuel system, it will remain full of fuel as long as the mixture control lever is in the idle cut-off position.
lever to the idle cut-off

It is necessary that

starting
t;u~l

the engine. installation on the engine.

this carhuretor soak for an eight hour period before The soaking period may he performed prior to or after

Injector (Bendix).
Inject uncapped until

and reinstali. outlets

Remove and clean the fuel inlet strainer assembly clean fuel into the fuel inlet connection with the fuel clean fuel flows from the outlets. Do not exceed 15

psi

inlet pressure.
CORH OSION PRE VENTION IN IN INA ~TI VII AIR CRA FT
INS lA I,L ED

occur, especially in new or overhauled engines, on of cylinder walls engines that will be inoperative for periods as brief as two days. Therefore, the following preservation procedure is recommended for inactive engines and will be effective in minimizing the corrosion condition for a period up to thirty days.
can

Corrosion

NOTI~

Ground running the engine fbr brief periods of time is not a substitute f;or the following procedure; in pbct, the practice of ground running will tend to aggrauate rather than minimize this corrosion condition.
a.

As

soon as

possible after the engine is stopped,


other shelter where the

move

the aircraft into process is to be

hangar, performed.

the

or

preservation

7-3

TEXTRON LYCO~ING OPERATORS IMANUAL


SECTION 7
nemove sufficient both

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

b.

remove

cowling to gain access spark plugs from each cylinder.

to the

spark plugs and

Spray the interior of each cylinder with approximately (2) ounces of corrosion preventive oil while cranking the engine about five (5) revolutions with the starter. The spray gun nozzle may be placed in either of the spark plug holes.
c.

Sprc!yil~e

sboultl

~t

an

(:o.,

itlotlrl

or

nillcss sl,my ~un In the

cvcnt an

rlirlcss spruy IC"" i" ""t U"ilahlc, pcrso~,,lel sboN~I jllstall a ~noisture tra~ in th( air oj a co,lvcllti,,i~nl sl~mV RU17 (INn he cc!rtain oil is hot at the

sl,vqyir~
d. With the crankshaft

spark plug preventive oil.

holes

with

stationary, again spray each cylinder through the approximately two ounces of corrosion spark plugs and do not turn crankshaft after

cylinders liave been


The corrosion

sprayed.
oil
to

prr,vt)iiCive
to

be

used

in the

should

con

form

spec i Ti cation

MIL-L-6529,

foregoing procedure Type i, heated to

2000~.12200F.

i 9,3 OC. i 104 OC. i

necessary to flush preservative aircraft. The small quantity of oil coating the cylinders will be from the engine during the first few minutes of operation.
NO

spray nozzle temperature. It is not oil from the cylinder prior to flying the

expelled

ol the clgii~cs fior

Oils

arc~

to

he Nscn in
atld
~lclt

aircraf~
fbr
lubrication. Sec the
Sc!mice

corrosion

ol~ly,

latest enitjon

of
for

Hulktilt No. 3 ~X

I,yco,nillbr Scr~ice instruction No. 1014 rccom~entkd lubricating oil.

7-4

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Metering Systems

TEXTRON LYCOIMING OPERATORS M[ANUAL


SECTION 7
0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

/---f-

GROUND
TERMINAL

\O
GROUND
TERMINAL S4LN-21

S4LN-20

RETARD TERMINAL

GROUND
TERMINAL

S4LN-200

S4LN-204

RETARD
TERMINAL

SWITCH TERMINAL

S4LN-1 208

S4LN-1 209

TERMINAL SWITCH
S4LN-1227

S4LN-1209

SWITCH

SLICK 4100 SERIES MAGNETO

4200 SERIES MAGNETO

Figure
7$

7-2.

Meeneto Connectia~LI

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERAI;ORS MANUAL


0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS
OIL TO C0OLER.375-18 NPT
O~L FROM COOLER .315-8 NPf

SECTION 7

SPECIAL TEMPERATURE

CONNECTION
STANDARD TEMPERATURE CONN~TK)N TO TAKE MS 28034-1 TEMPERATURE BULB OR EOWVALENT
OIL TO C00LER.5625-18 NF-3 FOR CONNECTING .375 FLAREP TUBE COUPLING

OIL FROM CO0LER.375-18 NPT

OIL BY-PASS VALVE

30

tCAN BE ROTATED TO ANY RADIAL POSITION

OIL TO COOLER .375-18 NPT

CONNECTION

OILTO C00LER.750-16 NF 3 AOR CONNECTING FLARED TUBE COUPLING

Figure

7-3.

Optional Oil Cooler Connections


7-7

TACHOMETER CONhl7 gREATHER FITTING


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Drawing 0-360-0, Excepting -C2B, -C2D

TACHOMETER CONN.--~7 BREATHER FITT~NG

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--1

SECTION

TAB LES

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL

TABLES

Page
Table of Limits
.8-1
.........__,,

Ground Run After Top Overhaul Flight Test After Top Overhaul
Full Throttle HP at Altitude

.8-2 .8-3

.8-4 .8-4
.8-5 .8-6

Table of

Speed Equivalents
Fahrenl~eit Conversion Table

Centigrade

Inch Fraction Conversions

TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL

0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

SECTION 8

SECTION 8
TABLES FOR

TIGHTENING

TORQUE

RECOMMENDATION S
TOLERANCES

AND AND

INFORMATION

CONCERNING

DIMENSIONS THAT MUST BE MAINTAINED IN TEXTRON LYCOhIING AIRCRAFT

ENGINES, CONSULT

THE

LATEST

EDITION OF SPECIAL SERVICE PUBLICATION NO. SSP-1776.

CONSULT LATEST EDITION OF SERVICE INSTRUCTION NO. 1029 FOR

INFORMATION

PERTINENT

TO

CORRECTLY

INSTALLING CYLINDER ASSEMBLY.

Revised December 1999

8-1

IX E D W ING ON LY
GROUND RUN AFTER TOP OVERHAUL OR CYLINDER CHANGE WITH NEW RINGS

Type Aircraft

Registration No.

Zj
0
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0"

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X
c3

(DO

NOT USE AFTER MAJOR

OVERHAUL)
Aircraft No.

i. Avoid

dusty location and loose stones. 2, Head aircraft into wind. 3. All eowling should be in place,lcowl flaps open. Accomplish ground run in full flat pitch. Never exceed 2000F. oil temperature. If cylinder head temperatures reach 4000F., down and allow engine to cool before

35 O
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Owner

Engine Model
Date

S/N

C;C

CI

tinuing.

Run-Up ~y
GROUND RUN
Pressure
Flow
Anr~

P
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G
Amt

G~ O
Cd

Time

RPMIMAPI

-;"D

-"D

-"b--:"r

AnllD Cnllr

^-Left Ri~ht

5 min11000 1Omin11200 10 min11300 5 min11500 5 min11600 5 min11700 5 min11800


Check
wer

E
a
m

i-3

Adjustment Required

After Completion of Ground Run


i. Visually inspect engine(s) 2. Check oil level(s)

EC
o

Checlr

Check

P
v,

FLIGHT TES~T AFTER TOP OVERHAUL OR CYLINDER CHANGE WI-TH NEW RINGS
i. Test fly aircraft one hour. 2. Use standard power for climb, and 750~ power for cruise. 3. Make climb shallow and at good airspeed for c;ooling. 4. Record engine instrument readings during climb and cruise. Tested by

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After Test

Adjustments Required After Flight

Flight

vi

i. Make careful visual inspection of engine(s). 2. Check oil level(s). 3. if oil consumption is excessive (see operators
manual

v,

Z C

limits) then remove spark plugs check cylinder barrels for scoring.
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TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


SECTION 8 0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

FULL T)-CROTTLE HP AT ALTITUDE

(Normally Aspirated Engines)


Altitude Ft.
0 500 8. L. H. P. 100

Altitude Ft.

8. L. H. P.

Altitude Ft.

8. L. H. P.

1,000 2,000 2,500 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 8, 000 9,000

98.5 96.8 93.6 92.0

90.5 87.5 84.6 81.7 78.9 76.2 73.5

10,000 11,000 12,000 13,000 14 ,000 15,000 16,000 17,000 17,500 18,000 18,500 19,000

70,8 68.3 65.8 63.4 61.0 58.7 56.5 54.3 53.1 52.1 51.4 50.0

19,500 20,000 20,500 21,000

21,500 22,000 22,500 23,000 23,500 24 ,000 24,500 15,000

49.1 48.0 47.6 46.0 45.2 44.0 43.3 42.2 41.4 40.3 39.5 38.5

TABLE OF SPEED EQUIVALENTS

Sec./Mi.
72.0 60.0 51.4 45.0 40.0 36.0 32.7 30.0 27.7 25.7

M. P. H.
50 60 70 80 90 100

Sec.lMi.
24 .O 22.5 21.2 20.0 18.9 18.0

M. P. H.

Sec./Mi.
14.4 13.8 13.3 12.8 12.4

M. P. H.
250 260 270 280 290 300 320 320 330 340

110 120 130 140

17.1 16.4 15.6 15.0

150 160 170 180 190 200 210 220 230 240

12.0 11.6 11.2 10.9 10.6

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LYGOA41NG

OBERATORS MANUAL
SECTION 8

0-3d0 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

C ENTIC RA D

E-

FA H RE N Hi E IT CONV E RS1ON TAB L E

headed

Example: To convert 200C, to Fahrenheit, find 20 in the center column ~F--C); then read 68.00F, in the~coiumn (F) to the rigpt, To
200F. to Centigrade; find 20 in the center column and read
in the

convert

-6.670C.
C

(C)

cdumn

to~ the left.


F

F-C
-70 -60 -50 -40 -30 -20 -~O 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 210

C
104.44
1 10.00

F-C
220 230 240 250 260 270

-56.7 -51.1 -45.6 -40,0 34,0 -28.9 23.3 17,8 -12.22 fi.67
4 .44 10.00 15.56 21.11 26.67

9d.0

32,22 37.78 43.33 48.89 54 .44 60.00 65.56 71.00 76,67 82.22 87.78 93.33 98.89

-76.0 -58.0 -40.0 -22.0 -Q,O 14.0 32.a 50~0 68.0 863.0 504.0 122.0 140.0 158.0 176.0 104 .0 212.0 230.0 24 8,0 266.0 284 .0 302.0 320.0 338.0 356.0 374.0 392.0 4 10.0

115.56 121.11 126 .67 132,22

137.78 143.33 148,89 154.44 160.00


165.56 171.11

280 290 300 310 320 330 340


350 360 370 380 390 400 410 420 430 440 460 460 470 460 490 500

428.0 446.0 464,0 482.0 500 .0 518.0 536.0 554 .0 572~0

590.0 608.0
626.0 644 .0 662.0 680.0 698.0 716,0 734 .0

176.67 182,22 187,78 103 .33 198 .89 204.44 210.00 215.56 221.11 226.67 232.22 237.78 243 ,33 248.89 254 .41 260.00

752.0 770.0 788.0 806 ,0


824.0 842.0

860.0 878.0 896.0 914.0 932.0

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TEXTRON LYCOMING OPERATORS MANUAL


SECTION 8 0-360 and ASSOCIATED MODELS

INCH FRACTIONS CONVERSIONS Decimals, Area of Circles and Mi(iimeters


Inch Fraction Decimal
Area Sq. In.

MM.

Equiv.
.0156 .0312 .0469 .0625 .0937 .1094 125

Equiv.
.397 .794 1.191 1.587 2.381 2,778
3. 175

Inch Fraction

Decimal

Area

MM.

Equiv.
.5 .5312 .5469
.5625

Sq.

In.

Equiv.
12.700 13.494 13.891 14.288 15.081 15.478 15.875 16.669 17,065 17.462 18.256 18.653 19.050 19.844 20.241 20.637 21.431 21.828 22.225 23.019 23.416 23.812 24.606 25.003

1/64 1/32 3/64 1/16 3/ 32

7/64 1/8 5132 11/64 3/16 7/32 15164


1/4 9/32 19/64 5/16 11/32 23/64 3/8 13/32 27/611 7/16 15/32 31164

.1562 .1719 .1875 .2187 .2344 .25 .2812 .2969

.0002 .0008 .0017 .0031 .0069 .0091 .0523 .0192 .0232 .0276

1/2 17/32 35/64 9/16 19132 39/64


5/8

.1964
.2217 .2349 .2485

.5937 .6094
.625

.2769 .2416 .3068 .3382


.3545 .3712 .4057 .11235 .4418 .4794

.0376 .0431 .0491


.0621

3.969 4.366 4.762 5.556 5.593 6.350


7.144

21/32 43/64 11/16 23/32


47/6(1 3/4 25/32 51/61

.0692
.0767

7.540
7.937

.6562 .6719 .6875 .7187 .7341 .75 .7812 .7969


.8125

.4987
.5185

.3125
.3437 .3594 .375 .4062 .4219 .4375 .4687 .4844

.0928 .1014 .1105 .1296 .1398 .1503


.1725 .1842

8.731 9. 128 9.525 10.319 10.716 11.112 11.906 1.2.303

13116 27332
55/64

.8437 .8594

7/8 29/32 59164 15/16 31132 63/ 64

.875 .9062 .9219 .9375 .9687 .9134 4

.5591 .5800 .6013


.6450

.6675 .6903
.7371

.7610

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