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SlYMASTER

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OWNERS
MANUAL

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Cessna.


MORE PEOP:.E BUY AND
FLY CESSNA AIRPLANES
THAN ANY OTHER MA~E

1971


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WORLD'S LARGEST PRO­
DUCER OF GENERAL

AVIATION AIRCRAFT

SINCE 1956



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PERFORMANCE­
UROII W&IUHT:

TUt·ott • • . .•.•..
l.andl"1 •.........

.'1:&0. DEIT POWER MIXTURE:
Top ep.td .1 Sea Level • . .
Crill... nil Power at 5500 ft •

!tAHOE. NORMAL LEAN MIXTURE:
Crill••, 711% Power at 5500 it .

&&2 Pound" No Reserve

Crill.., 75% Power at 5500 ft
788 Pounds, No Reserve

Optimum Range at 10,000 ft
552 Pounds, No Reserve

Optimum Range at 10,000 ft
768 Pounds, No Reserve

RATE OF CLIMB AT SEA LEVEL:
Twin Engine . • .
Front Engine Only
Rear Engine Oniy •

SERVICE CEILING:
Twin Engine . . .
Front Engine Only
Rear Engine Only.

TAKE·OFF:
Ground Run •.......•...
Total Distance Over 50- Foot Obstacle

LANDING:
Oround Roll • . • . • • • • . • • .
Tolal Distance Over 50- Foot Obstacle

IITALL SPEED:
P'lapa UP. Power Off • . •
..lap. Down, Power Off • .

&MPTY WEIGHT (Approximate)
UIIFUL LOAD ••.•.••
BAOOAOE ALLOWABLE •..•
WINO LOADING: Pounds!Sq Foot
POW&R LOADING: Pounds/HP .
rUEL CAPACITY: Total

••ndllrd Tanks ...•.•

Super

4630lbs
4400 lb.

199 mph
190 mph

755 ml
4.0 hrs
189 mph
1060 mI
5.6 hra
189 mph
925 mi
6.1 hra
150 mph
1285 mi
8.6 hra
150 mph

1100 fpm
235 [pm
320 fpm

18,000 ft
5100 ft
7100 ft

1000 ft
1675 ft

700 it
1650 ft

80 mph
70 mph
2695lbs
1935 lbs
3651bs
22.9
11.0

4100 It.
4100 II..

200 nllilo
192 ••'JlIo

765 ml
4.0 hr.
191 mph
1070 m!
5.6 hra
191 mph
1000 m!
7.0 hrs
143 mph
1390 m!
9.7 hrs
143 mph

1300 fpm
360 fpm
450 fpm

20,500 ft
8200 ft
10,200 it

800 it
1435 ft

700 ft
1650 ft

16 mph
67 mph
2695lbe
15051bs
3651bs
20.1
10.0

CONGRATULATIONS ...... .

Welcome to the ranks of Cessna owners! Your Cessna has been designed
and constructed to give you the most in performance, economy, and com­
fort. It is our desire that you will find flying it, either for business or
pleasure, a pleasant and prOfitable experience.

This Owner's Manual has been prepared as a guide to help you get the
most pleasure and utility from your Super Skymaster. It contains infor­
mation about your Cessna's eqUipment, operating procedures, and per­
formance; and suggestions for its servicing and care. We urge you to
read it from cover to cover, and to refer to it frequently.

Our interest in your flying pleasure has not ceased with your purchase of
a Cessna. World-wide, the Cessna Dealer Organization backed by the
Cessna Service Department stands ready to serve you. The following
services are offered by most Cessna Dealers:

FACTORY TRAlNED PERSONNEL to provide you w.ith courteous
expert service.

FACTORY APPROVED SERVICE EQUIPMENT to provide you
with the most efficient and accurate workmanship possible.

A STOCK OF GENUINE CESSNA SERVICE PARTS on hand
when you need them.

THE LATEST AUTHORITATIVE lNFORMATION FOR SERV­
IClNG CESSNA AIRPLANES, since Cessna Dealers have all
of the Service Manuals and Parts Catalogs, kept current by

93 gal. 93 gal.
With Optlona.i Auxiliary Tanks 131 gal. 131 gal.

OIL CAPACITY •...... 5 gal. 5 gal.
PROPILLERS: Constant Speed,


f'IIIl ....Iherlng (DIameter)
76 inches 76ln('!)tlK
.HWHE'I

Twl' ConlilMlnlal Fuel Injection Engines IO-360-C 10-360-1:
110 filed DHP at 2800 RPM

""'1 _1111"_111101 terVice ceiling increases 400 feet for each 30 minutes of m~ht..." tMI, 11,14"111011 of the Super Skymaster which is certificated as Modef 33)f undel fM Ijflll eft
II I I the ""nUll Iiso covers operation of the F33) which is cPoltilicatoo 8S Modal I HII ulld"" ' f\i:1:1l1t.,ICIII !h. f337, manufactured by Reims Avialion SA. Reims (MaIne). Franc." II Id,IIUul

Iff' tlC.,1 Ihlt some equipment designated in this manual as opllonal un Ihl 5u~., "1
• "'~I Oft III, F337, All Super Skymaster inlormation in this manual p.rl.1I1I In 11•• 1111

COPYRIUIU "l' II.H

Cessna Alrcrlfl CampI""
UIAWichita, Klnl..

Service Letters and Service News Letters, published by
Cessna Aircraft Company.

We urge all Cessna owners to use the Cessna Dealer Organization to the
fullest.

A current Cessna Dealer Directory accompanies your new airplane. The
Directory is revised frequently, and a current copy can be obtained from
your Cessna Dealer. Make your Directory one of your cross-country
flight planning aids; a warm welcome awaits you at every Cessna Dealer.

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OPERATING LIMITATIONS

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I OPERATIONS AUTHORIZED.

Your Cessna exceeds the requirements of airworthiness as set forth
by the United States Government, and is certificated under FAA Type Cer­
tificate No. A6CE as Cessna Model No. 337F.

With standard equipment, the airplane is approved for day and night
operation under VFR. Additional optional equipment is available to in­
crease its utility and to make it authorized for use under IFR day and ,.
night. Your Cessna Dealer will be happy to assist you in selecting equip- ,!I ;
ment best suited to your needs.

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MANEUVERS - NORMAL CATEGORY.

The airplane is certificated in the normal category. The normal
category is applicable to airplanes intended for non-aerobatic operations.
These include any maneuvers incidental to normal flying, stalls (except
whip stalls) and turns in which the angle of bank is not more than 60°.
In connection with the foregoing, the following gross weight and flight
load factors apply:

Gross Weight:
Take-Off 4630lbs
Landing .........•...••.••••• 4400lbs

Flight Load Factor (at design gross weight of 4630 Ibs):
*Flaps Up . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . + 3.8 -1.52
*Flaps Down. . . . . . . . . . . . . • . + 2.0

*The design load factors are 150% of the above, and in
all cases, the structure meets or exceeds design loads.

Your airplane must be operated in accordance with all FAA-approved
markings, placards and check lists in the airplane. If there is any infor­
mation in this section which contradicts the FAA-approved markings, plac­
ards and check lists, it is to be disregarded.

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AIRSPEED LIMITATIONS (CAS). OIL PRESSURE GAGES.
Idling Pressure · . 10 psi (red line)

The following is a list of the certificated calibrated airspeed (CAS) Normal Operating Range. 30-60 psi (green arc)
limitations for the airplane: Maximum Pressure. . . · . 100 psi (red line)

Never Exceed Speed (glide or dive, smooth air) 228 MPH ,
OIL TEMPERATURE GAGES.
Maximum Structural Cruising Speed . 190 MPH I Normal Operating Range. 75° -240° (green arc)Maximum Speed Do Not Exceed . . . . . · . . 240° (red line)
Flaps Extended 1/3. . . . . . . 160 MPH
Flaps Extended 1/3 to Full Down. 120 MPH CYLINDER HEAD TEMPERATURE GAGES.
Gear Extended . 160 MPH Normal Operating Range 200 0 -460°F (green arc)

*Maneuvering Speed . . . . . . . . 155 MPH Do Not Exceed . . . . . . . . . . . . . 460Q (red line)

*The maximum speed at which you may use abrupt MANIFOLD PRESSURE GAGE (DUAL).
control traveL Normal Operating Range. 15-25 in. Hg (green arc)

TACHOMETER (DUAL).
Norma! Operating Range 2200-2600 RPM (green arc)
Maximum (Engine rated speed) . . . 2800 RPM (red line)AIRSPEED INDICATOR MARKINGS.

FUEL FLOW INDICATOR (DUAL).
The following is a list of the certificated calibrated airspeed markings Normal Operating Range . . • . . . . . 27-69 lbs/hr (green arc)

(CAS) for the airplane, except where noted: Minimum and Maximum. . 3.0 and 18.5 psi (108 lbs/hr) (red lines)

Never Exceed (glide or dive, smooth air) · . . . 228 MPH (red line)
NOTECaution Range . . . . . . . . . . . . · 190- 228 MPH (yellow arc)

IINormal Operating Range . . . . . . . 80-190 MPH (green arc)
A placard, located adjacent to the dual fuel flow indi­ 11Flap Operating Range (1/3 to full down) . · 70-120 MPH (white arc)
cator, provides maximum performance (full throttle

Best Single- Engine Rate of Climb • . . · 100 MPH (blue line) (lAS)
and 2800 RPM) take-off and climb fuel flow settings at

altitude. These settings, as called out on the placard, !

are as follows:


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Sea Level . 102 lbs/hr

ENGINE OPERATION LIMITATIONS. 4000 Feet . 901bs/hr
8000 Feet . 781bs/hr


Power and Speed. . . • . . . . . . . . . . 210 BHP at 2800 RPM 12000 Feet.
661bs/hr

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ENGINE INSTRUMENT MARKINGS.
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FUEL QUANTITY INDICATORS.
Empty (2. 5 pounds unusable each tank) . . . . • . . . • Red Line

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WARRANTY

The Cessna Aircraft Company ("Cessna") warrants each new aircraft manufactured
by it and such new aircraft equipment, accessories and service parts as are sold
through its Commercial Aircraft Marketing Division to be free from defects in mate­
rial and workmanship under normal use and service for a period of six (6) months
after delivery to the original retail purchaser or first user in the case of aircraft,
aircraft equipment and accessories (except Cessna-Crafted Avionics as herein de­
fined) and service parts therefor, and for a period of one (1) year after such delivery
in the case of Cessna-Crafted Avionics (which term includes all communication, navi­
gation and autopilot systems bearing the name "Cessna", beginning at the connection
to the aircraft electrical system (bus bar) and including "black boxes", antennas,
microphones, speakers and other components and associated wiring but excluding
gyro instruments used in connection with autopilot and navigation systems) and service
parts therefor.

Cessna's obligation under this warranty is limited to repairing or replaCing, at its
option, any part or parts which, within the applicable six (6) or twelve (12) months
period as above set forth, shall be returned transportation charges prepaid to Cessna
at Wichita, Kansas, or to any Cessna appointed or Cessna Distributor appointed dealer
authorized by such appointment to sell the aircraft, eqUipment, accessories and ser­
vice parts of the type involved and which upon examination shall disclose to Cessna's
satisfaction to have been thus defective. (A new warranty period is not estabUshed for
replacements. Replacements are warranted for the remainder of the applicable six
(6) or twelve (12) months original warranty period.) The repair or replacement of de­
fective parts under this warranty will be made by Cessna or the dealer without charge
for parts, or labor for removal, installation and/or actual repair of such defective
parts, except import duties, sales or use taxes, if any, on replacements. (Locations
of such dealers will be furnished by Cessna on request. )

The prOVisions of this warranty do not apply to any aircraft, eqUipment, accessories
(including Cessna-Crafted Avionics) or service parts therefor manufactured or sold
by Cessna which have been subject to misuse, negligence or accident, or which shall
have been repaired or altered outside of Cessna's factory in any way so as in the
judgment of Cessna to affect adversely its performance, stability or reliability, nor
to normal maintenance services (such as engine tune-up, cleaning, control rigging,
brake and other mechanical adjustments and maintenance inspections) and the re­
placement of service items (such as spark plugs, brake linings, filters, hoses, belts
and tires) made in connection with such services or required as maintenance, nor to
normal deterioration of soft trim and appearance items (such as paint, upholstery
and rubber-like items) due to wear and exposure.

THIS WARRANTY 16 EXlRESSLY IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED
OR IMPLIED IN FACT OR BY LAW, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND OF ANY
OTHER OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY ON THE PART OF CESSNA TO ANYONE OF
ANY NATURE WHATSOEVER BY REASON OF THE MANUFACTURE, SALE, LEASE
OR USE OF SUCH AIRCRAFT PRODUCTS, INCLUDING LIABILITY FOR CONSE­
QUENTIAL, SPECIAL OR INCIDENTA L DAMAGES, AND CESSNA NEITHER ASSUMES
NOR AUTHORIZES ANYONE TO ASSUME FOR IT ANY OTHER OBLIGATION OR
LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH SUCH AIRCRAFT PRODUCTS.

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SERVICING REQUIREMENTS


AVIATION GRADE -- 100/130 MINIMUM GRADE
CAPACITY EACH MAIN TANK -- 46.4 GALLONS
CAPACITY EACH AUXILIARY TANK -- 19.0 GALLONS

OIL:

AVIATION GRADE -- SAE 50 ABOVE 40°F.


SAE 10W30 OR SAE 30 BELOW 40°F.
(MULTI-VISCOSITY OIL WITH A RANGE OF SAE 10W30 IS RE­
COMMENDED FOR IMPROVED STARTING IN COLD WEATHER.
DETERGENT OR DISPERSANT OIL, CONFORMING TO CONTIN­
ENTAL MOTORS SPECIFICATION MHS-24A, MUST BE USED.)

CAPACITY OF ENGINE SUMP -- 10 QUARTS

(DO NOT OPERATE ON LESS THAN 7 QUARTS FOR EACH

ENGINE. TO MINIMIZE LOSS OF OIL THROUGH BREATHER
FILL TO 8 QUART LEVEL FOR NORMAL FLIGHTS OF LESS
THAN 3 HOURS. FOR EXTENDED FLIGHT, FILL TO 10
QUARTS. IF OPTIONAL OIL FILTERS ARE INSTALLED,
ONE ADDITIONAL QUART IS R"EQUffiED FOR EACH ENGINE
WHEN FILTER ELEMENTS ARE CHANGED.)

RAULIC FLUID:

MIL-H-5606 HYDRAULIC FLUID.


OEN:
AVIATOR'S BREATHING OXYGEN -- SPEC. NO. MIL-O.,.27210
MAXIMUM PRESSURE -- 1800 PSI AT 70° F.

(CYLINDER TEMPERATURE STABILIZED AFTER FILLING)
REFER TO PAGE 7-16 FOR FILLING PRESSURES.

TIRE PRESSURE:
MAIN WHEELS -- 55 PSI ON 6.00 X 6, 8 PLY RATED TIRES

64 PSI ON 18 X 5.5, 8 PLY RATED TIRES (OPT)
NOSE WHEEL -- 42 PSI ON 15 X 6.00 - 6, 4 PLY RATED TIRE

NOSE GEAR SHOCK STRUT:
KEEP FILLED WITH HYDRAULIC FLUID AND INFLATED
WITH AIR TO 35 PSI.

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"TAKE YOUR CESSNA HOME

FOR SERVICE AT THE SIGN

OF THE CESSNA SHIELO".

CESSNA AIRCRAFT COMPANY

~ WICHITA, KANSAS



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