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21 Jan 2023 18:55 #1 by Ronald Raty
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I believe Mike Busch recommends never letting the CHT get above 400 degrees in our small Continentals.

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21 Jan 2023 15:53 #2 by Matt Gunsch
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every plane might show a different temp, it will vary because of baffle fit, carb installed, ie stromberg or marvel, mag timing, lots of variables

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too many years GA and Warbird Maint
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14 Jan 2023 16:58 #3 by Mitch Muehlenfeld
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Hello, I am curious what people with the c85 usually see on cylinder head temp? Both after run up and at cruise? I feel like my temp has been a little higher these days. Getting up to 450 after takeoff and will slowly drop back down to 380 at cruise.

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