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I was flying the M20R and switched to 20TN today. I realized that the red-line speed is 193kn. However, I am aware that, on many websites, M20TN has a top speed of over 230kn. Is this an issue with the AFM M20TN or am I reading the wrong info?

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3 hours ago, Joey_C said:

I apologize that I have messed up Acclaim and Acclaim Ultra. Acclaim has the top speed of 196 knots when Ultra's is much higher. Thanks for the reply, though!

The simulated M20TN Acclaim Type S has a top speed of 242 KTAS. This is true airspeed (not indicated), and is achievable at ISA conditions at >~FL220. 

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On 9/11/2021 at 12:07 PM, Coop said:

The simulated M20TN Acclaim Type S has a top speed of 242 KTAS. This is true airspeed (not indicated), and is achievable at ISA conditions at >~FL220. 

Noted. Does the Ovation have the same top speed of Acclaim? For I flew at the same level (not too high, around 8000 ft) twice and they have the same top speed. Thanks for clarification!

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19 hours ago, Joey_C said:

Noted. Does the Ovation have the same top speed of Acclaim? For I flew at the same level (not too high, around 8000 ft) twice and they have the same top speed. Thanks for clarification!

No, the Ovation is not turbo charged, so as you get up higher in altitudes, the Ovations performance will quickly diminish while the Acclaim will keep producing higher power. At 8000ft this wouldn't be too noticeable, higher up it would be much more apparent. 

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