In 1982 Beech released the B36TC, which used the Baron 58 wing. It was longer for better performance at altitude and carried 102 gallons of avgas. The changes punched up range by 50 percent. The biggest change to the normally aspirated airplane came in 1984, when a 300-HP Continental IO-550 replaced the IO-520. There was an all-new (and very well laid out) instrument panel. Gone was the trademark Bonanza “throwover” control wheel with its massive central column in favor of a pair of ordinary control yokes.
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The Beechcraft Bonanza B36TC has a range of 957 nautical miles. Type in your city or airport identifier for a visual representation of the NBAA IFR Range (NM) for this aircraft.