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Learjet Related

Tue Oct 09, 2001 1:53 am

Hi folks, in a previous post I have been told that the Learjet is fitted with an intermittent duty ignition system, now I was wondering if it is coupled with a constant one to be used during critical ops and what is the reason the electrodes of the igniters are so spaced apart.
PS for the lear pilots: can you describe me the takeoff procedure, the initial climb out and when you refer to the N2 indicator? THANKS

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