Can anyone tell me the difference in the two aircraft’s pressurization system differentials, i.e., what would the cabin altitudes be at 25000 in both planes. I would also like to know if there are certain year models where upgrades have been made that are fairly significant. I have heard that the 1985 and newer B200’s are the ones to have. I am soon to be in the market and would like to hear some opinions on this subject. Any thoughts on a pre '85 model being upgraded with the -52 engines (Blackhawk) or this upgrade on a 200 instead of a B200?
I currently fly an E90 with -34 engines and at 25000 the cabin is at 10500+, with the cabin alt. light on. We get about 235-240 TAS at this alt. also. I would like to have a lower cabin alt. at the higher twenties than I am getting now. I also would like to see 280+ knots TAS. Please advise.