I’m sure you all are eager to compare Carenado’s C210 + REP with a real world Cessna Centurion. The following video by dhowardair is surely interesting. It shows a cruise onboard N5221A. N5221A is a 1979 Cessna T210N Turbo Centurion. The only
How to manage the Centurion’s engine to keep it cool.
The speed reported by the tables is the True Air Speed while the airspeed indicator reports the Indicated Air Speed. To shed some light on this, we published a post about it.
How to correctly compare the speeds reported by the performance tables with the one reported by the airspeed indicator.
The second tutorial about the REP Cessna Centurion: climb and cruise. We show you how to keep the engine cool while going up to the flight levels.