Continental TSIO-550 300hp engine manuals and IPC, sorted out from PUBLIC WEBSITES

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Senior Airman
Mar 26, 2022
TSIO-550 is a 300-hp engine, used on EXTRA EA-400.
Model TSIO-550-C
Type 6HOA
Rating, ICAO or ARDC Standard Atmosphere at Sea Level Pressure Altitude
Max Continuous HP 310
Max Continuous RPM 2600
Max Continuous Man. Pr. - In. Hg. 35.5
Critical Altitude - Feet 18,000
Fuel (Min. Grade Aviation Gasoline 100 or 100LL
Lubricating Oil Oils meeting TCM Specifiction MHS-24 are eligible for use in this engine.
Bore and Stroke - In. 5.25 X 4.25
Displacement - Cu. In. 552
Compression Ratio 7.5:1
Weight (Basic Engine, Dry) Lbs. 442
Weight (Turbo, Dry) Lbs. 28.2 (2 each)
C. G. Location (Basic Engine)
Fwd of Rear Face Accessory Case - In. 11.41
Below Crankshaft Centerline - in. 1.056
Beside Crankshaft Centerline - In. 0.365 on 2-4-6 side
C. G. Location (Turbo) See TCM Dwg. 646618
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