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Model  History Table

The following table provides a brief summary of the models by year of manufacture, with descriptions of the major changes.

TYPE NAME YEAR MODEL DIFFERENCES
C210   1960 57001-57575 40  degrees  hydraulic flap,

wing  with  strut,  4 seat

capacity,  260hp  IO-470

engine,  maximum  gross

weight  2900lbs.  Battery  under

aft cargo  compartment floor.

C210A   1961 21057576-57840 Battery  moved to  under pilot

seat.  Third  side window added

to  rear fueselage.

C210B   1962 21057841-58085 Cabin  size  increased  slightly.

Maximum  weight  increased  to

3000lbs.  Battery  moved  to

right side  of engine

compartment  behind  firewall,

where  it remains.  Hydraulic

accumulator (for pressure

regulation)  removed.

C210C   1963 21058086-58220 Minor hydraulic system

improvements.

C210D Centurion 1964 21058221-58510 Rear child  seat added.  Electric

flap  replaces  hydraulic.  Engine

power increased  from  260hp

to  285hp.  Minor

improvements on  airframe.

Maximum  weight  increased  to

BlOOIbs.

C210E Centurion 1965 21058511-58715 Alternator replaces generator,

vernier throttle  removed,  and

cowls streamlined  due to

extended  prop-shaft.

C210F

T210F

Centurion/

Turbo

Centurion

1966 21058716-58818

T2100001-0197

Maximum  weight  increased  to

3300lbs.  One-piece front

windscreen,  optional three

blade  propeller available.

TYPE NAME YEAR MODEL DIFFERENCES
C210G

T210G

Centurion/

Turbo

Centurion

1967 21058819-58936

T2100198-0307

Flap  reduced  to  30  Degrees,

full  cantilever wing

introduced.  Fuel  capacity

increased  from  65USG to

90USG  integral tank.

Maximum  weight increased  to

3400lbs.

C210H

T210H

Centurion/

Turbo

Centurion

1968 21058937-59061

T2100308  on

Improved  gear saddle to

address cracking  problems.

C210J

T210J

Centurion/

Turbo

Centurion

1969 21059062-59199 Modification to  nose wheel

cowling,  and  increase  in

engine TBO.                                     |

C210K

T210K

Centurion  11/

Turbo

Centurion  II

1970-

71

21059200-59502 Larger cabin,  rear child  seat

now  a  full  seat.  Nose  gear

doors  modified.  MAUW

increased  to  3800lbs,  and

takeoff power increased  to

300bhp  (5  minutes only).           |

C210L

T210L

Centurion/II/

Turbo

Centurion/II

1972

1971

1972

1973

1976

21059503-59351

21059352-59502

21059503-59719

21059720-60089

21060090-61573

A 24 Volt electrical  system

introduced  (1972),  electric

pump  replaces engine driven

pump for hydraulics,  3  bladed

propeller now  standard

(1975),  aerodynamic

improvements  increase  cruise

speed  by approx 8kts  (1976).   |

C210M

T210M

Centurion  11/

Turbo

Centurion  II

1977

1978

21061574-62273

21062274-62954

Engine  increased  to  310hp  in

turbo  model,  maximum

weight increased  to 4000lbs

on turbo  model.

Voltage warning  light changed

from  high  voltage to  low

voltage  (1979).

C210M

/C210N*

Centurion  11/

Turbo

Centurion  II

1979

1980

21062955-63640

21063641-64135

Beginning  1979  gear doors

removed,  resulting  in  higher

gear extension  speed

(165kts), the  main  gear cavity

no  longer closes,  nose gear

doors do  not close  on  ground.  |

*Cessna  specifies  these  models  as  C210M,  however  the  FAA  type  certification  lists  them

as  a  C210N.     Note,  also,   many  earlier models  have  had  modifications  completed  to

remove  the  gear  doors  because  they  are  prone  failure  and  easily  damaged.                                            |

TYPE NAME YEAR MODEL DIFFERENCES
 
C210N

T210N

Centurion  11/

Turbo

Centurion  II

1981

1982

1983

1984

21064136-64535

21064536-64772

21064773-64822

21064823-64897

Flap  limit for 20  degrees

increased to  130kts.

From  1982  (21064536),  fuel

selector has  BOTH  position,  a

fuel  shut off valve,  and  a

manual  primer (close to fuel

selector on  centre console),

the fuel  reservoir tank

changed  from  one  per tank to

one  central tank and  fuel

return  to  main  tanks to

correct vaporisation  problems.

P210N Pressurized

Centurion/II

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

P21000001-0150

P21000151-0385

P21000386-0590

P21000591-0760

P21000761-0811

P21000812-0834

First pressurised  model.
C210R

T210R

Centurion  11/

Turbo

Centurion  II

1985-

1986

21064898-64949

21064950-65009

Optional  115USG  fuel  tanks,

maximum  weight also

increased to 4100lbs on turbo

model  only.

P210R Pressurized

Centurion/

with  Value

Groups A &. B

1985-

1986

P21000835-0866

P21000867-0874

Improvements  in  engine  and

instrument systems,

maximum  weight increased  to

4100lbs  (pressurised  model

only).

Post  Manufacture  Modifications  Table

Note:  Some modifications may no longer be available to fit,  but are still in  use.

TYPE NAME and

MANUFACTURER

DIFFERENCES and FEATURES
P210R Silver Eagle,  0 &. N

Aircraft  Modifications

Turbine  Engine  Installation,  450  HP Allison250-B-

17F/2 turbine,  includes  new  Garmin  panel.

  Engine  Conversion,

Bonaire

I0550  engine  installation  with  300hp  maximum

continuous,  (modification  not available  any  more).

C210  K

to  N

Engine  Conversion,

Atlantic Aero

Continental  IO-550-P engine  installation  with

310hp  maximum  continuous,  and  2000hrTBO.

T210 Engine  Conversion,

Ram  Aircraft Corp.

Increases engine to  310  HP,  including  new 402

Prop

 

TYPE NAME and

MANUFACTURER

DIFFERENCES and FEATURES
C210 Turbo   Conversion,

Ram   Aircraft  Corp.

Replaces  standard   engine  with  TSIO-520.
P210 P210   Intercoolers,

TurboPlus

Increases   power  available  at  altitude.
  Wing  Tip  Tanks,

Flint  Aero

Two   auxiliary  fuel  tanks  of  16.5USG   in   each

installed   in  the  wing   tip,   and   used   with   an

electrical  transfer  pump  to   each   main  tank.   Higher

MTOW   is  permitted   if  tanks  are   half  full.   Wing

length   is  also   increased   by   26   inches.                                          |

  Additional   Fuel  Tank,

0   &  N   Aircraft

Modifications

Additional   18,   28   or  29.7   USG  fuel  tank  in   baggage I

area.

  Low   Fuel   Warning

System,

0   &  N   Aircraft

Modifications

Warns  when   fuel   remaining   is   less  than

approximately   7USG.

  Fuel   Cap   Monarch  Air Umbrella   style  fuel   caps  which   fix   problems  with

leaks,   predominantly   occurring   in   older  flush

mounted   caps,   (available  for  most  Cessna  types).      |

  Maximum   Weight

Extensions,   various

Take-off  weight  extended   to  4000lbs   (often

included   with   tip-tank  installation).                                                 |

  Hoerner  Wingtips,

Met-Co-Aire

Increased   lift,   more  speed,   added   stability.
  Speedbrakes

(electric).   Precise

Flight

Increased   descent   rates,   reduced   chances  of

shock-cooling   or  structural   damage   by

mishandling.                                                                                                                  |

  Flight  Control   Flutter

Margin   Increase,

0   &  N   Aircraft

Modifications

Additional   structure,   100%   mass   balancing.
  Norton   STOL Tip   and   wing   surface   modifications  to   permit   lower

stall   speed,  take-off  and   landing   speeds  and

distances.                                                                                                                          |

  Robertson   STOL Increased   lift,   more  speed,   added   stability,   and

lower  stall   speed,  take-off  and   landing     speeds  and

distances.   NOTE:  The  very   low  flap   speed   with  this

STOL  kit  (85kts)   often   causes  engine   mishandling

leading  to   increased   instances  of  cracked

cylinders.                                                                                                                            |

TYPE NAME and

MANUFACTURER

DIFFERENCES and FEA TURES
C210

G to  N

Bush  STOL

Conversions

Lower stall  speed,  lower take-off and  landing

[speeds and  distances.                                                          |

1978

and

earlier

Gear Door Removal,

Sierra  Industries

Removes  19lbs from  empty weight,  reduces

instances of gear or gear door failure,  and  reduces

1 maintenance costs.                                                               |

Most

C210S

Hartzell  Scimitar Prop  Reduced  noise,  improved  performance  (options

available for 470,  520  and  550  engines).

 

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