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This is a conversion from v9.60 to v11.41 of the Ilyushin IL-14 made by Andrey Kozyaruk (Felis, felisleopard@gmail.com) and Alexaner Babichev (Asso).

This plane has a fully functional 3D cockpit, interiors, static elements, working doors and complex avionics.
It comes with 7 additional liveries and the paintkit.

The original plane has been released as freeware to the public domain.
Here follows the text of the original license file that comes with the plane where there is no restriction to update the plane to the latest release of X-Plane:

This pack contains model IL14P for X-Plane9.30 simulator

This model is freeware and can be distribute by any way with notice auothor's name

Comonents in directories /plugins/ и /Custom Avionics/ are free and ditributes under the GPL license and can be used in every way you want, in case of all autority and licks are reserved.
See for plugin updates on http://code.google.com/p/sasl/

Autor of model, phisics and gauges - Andrey Kozyaruk (Felis)
felisleopard@gmail.com

Autor of plugin and its standard components - Alexaner Babichev (Asso)


Enjoy.

Edited by CaptainSpaulding


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Yes I know it, in our VA  we got active the called "Forgotten Fleet" and the russian fleet who pass by our country are represented on it, at now Antonov AN24, Yakolev YAK-40, Tupolev TU-154, are active and the your develop of the Ilushin IL-14 will be there too, by the other hand the old school navigation is more close to the real simulation in my opinion, and those models have a very accurate work, thank´s to Felis and all the others developers like you who make it possible, regards.

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Big thank you for this- I tried a few years ago with the IL14 but the instruments didn't load properly but this one is a lovely piece of work and it's an interesting aircraft.  It seems to be very unstable in pitch- does it need the Plane Experimental Flight Mode?  I also noticed the elevator and rudder trim tabs move well beyond the usual operating range (at one point they were doubled back over the horizontal tailplane!) and are incredibly sensitive to inputs from my Saitek trim wheel.  That aside this is a great adaptation and treasure- thanks again!

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On 11/12/2020 at 12:41 AM, Steve Hunnisett said:

Big thank you for this- I tried a few years ago with the IL14 but the instruments didn't load properly but this one is a lovely piece of work and it's an interesting aircraft.  It seems to be very unstable in pitch- does it need the Plane Experimental Flight Mode?  I also noticed the elevator and rudder trim tabs move well beyond the usual operating range (at one point they were doubled back over the horizontal tailplane!) and are incredibly sensitive to inputs from my Saitek trim wheel.  That aside this is a great adaptation and treasure- thanks again!

It is indeed very nose heavy, either with and without experimental flight model, and quite unstable at low speed.
I have to go in deep in the load configuration and CoG computatiton to understand why this happens.

On the Yak-40, which had quite the same problem, I've fixed that changing the scripts in the Custom Avionics file.
For this plane I haven't tried yet. 
Unfortunately the original author does not answer to the mail (although he is alive). But, I've discovered that he is not the only one with this attitude, so I can't really blame him.

I'll see what I can do, but at the moment I'm not sure when I'll have time for the Il-14.

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On 11/12/2020 at 10:06 AM, CaptainSpaulding said:

It is indeed very nose heavy, either with and without experimental flight model, and quite unstable at low speed.
I have to go in deep in the load configuration and CoG computatiton to understand why this happens.

On the Yak-40, which had quite the same problem, I've fixed that changing the scripts in the Custom Avionics file.
For this plane I haven't tried yet. 
Unfortunately the original author does not answer to the mail (although he is alive). But, I've discovered that he is not the only one with this attitude, so I can't really blame him.

I'll see what I can do, but at the moment I'm not sure when I'll have time for the Il-14.

Thanks CaptainSpaulding- would be very interested to hear what you find.  I notice that the elevator trim tabs double back on themselves- the trim seems to work so not sure it it's just the way the tabs themselves are set up on the model...

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Hello,

I think it is a very cool model but I am too having some problems with it. I have added landing lights, taxi lights, nav lights and strobes so now those works in XP11. The autopilot doesn't seem to work for me though and I have no idea of how to fix it. What I have tried so far hasn't worked. Also the trim tabs (all) seems very sensitive in a way, but also a bit limited. I could probably figure out how to fix that though. 

 

I have also emailed the original author, but might not get a response either. We'll see. :)

 

take-care
/Andy

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I've been playing around with it for a couple of hours. Got the trims to work ok, or at least much better. I am a novice so I am learning as I go along :) Still no luck with the auropilot though. 

 

take-care

/andy

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8 hours ago, Andm31 said:

I've been playing around with it for a couple of hours. Got the trims to work ok, or at least much better. I am a novice so I am learning as I go along :) Still no luck with the auropilot though. 

 

take-care

/andy

Hi.  What did you do to improve the trim?  I haven't had much luck with the auto pilot either, even when I had the plane on course and straight and level before turning it on.  I'm pretty sure I'd set everything up OK on the autopilot panel.  The IL14 certainly likes to keep us on our toes!

 

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