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Loving this wonderful plane so far.  I did notice one thing that I was wondering about. 

The Carb Heat gauges in the bottom center, front console just above the throttle quadrant have me scratching my head as to if they are supposed to act like this. 

Engine shut down ... left CH indicator is pegged while the right one is just at peak of green?  Not sure if they are supposed to be even indicating with power off?

Engine started.. idle..  left carb is still pegged while the right one acts normally. 

I add a bit of throttle .. the left carb heat *skips* (jumps) from pegged to right around the peak of the green arc and then starts to act normally like its right handed brother.. 

Strange if this is how it is supposed to respond. 

Thanks for the great aircraft by the way.. love the engine sounds the immersion is through the roof :)

Been flying it around the Canary Islands as of late.  

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Thanks for the replies.. and the good news.  

This plane is great and I wish the 'little things' like the carb heat gauge did not bother me like it does... it is good to know it's noticed. 

Thanks for the great bird, really enjoy flying it. 

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Hi, I don't know if this fits in here, but I have found some problems since the latest update. The plane seems to have lost some of its power. Maybe it was overpowered before, but I now have trouble getting the speed up to more than 100knots. Also, to take off, you need to power up so high that the throttle is well into the red zone. Maybe I am doing nothing wrong, but I am sure I didn't have to do this previously. Any help much appreciated.

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