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  1. Nevermind, this was my fault - I'd forgotten to add fuel to the FSeconomy side of things.
  2. Any update on this? Still getting this error in Late May 2022. Might be something on my end, but the error seems a bit random - I've only had it 2x in about 20 flights. Thanks.
  3. Interesting. So there's basically a problem/bug with increasing sim time and this airplane. I have now tested this on 4 flights/airframes and 2 different installs. Basically, at 3X sim speed (not ground speed, sim speed, which theoretically shouldn't be deleteriously affecting anything) the TBM 900 engine 'ages' 7-8x. For example, in a normal speed 2 hour flight - at the end of the flight, check the engines... 2.0 hours runtime. Now, do a 2 hour flight but speed up the sim to 3X speed, check the runtime - 9 hours. So what was happening to me for the 15 hours or so that I was figuring this out is that about 2 or so hours (realtime) into my 3x sim speed flight, the engine had 'worn out' to about 25 hours of runtime, and then failed. Now I haven't had the plane long enough to know, but I'm assuming that at about 20 hours of runtime, the engine maintenance panel is going to start turning yellow or whatever, and that I'll need to be servicing various engine parts. But in 3X sim speed, that 20 hour mark came and went mid flight, and it appears to be random but around the 24-25 hours of runtime mark the combustion fails. Anyway, hope this proves useful to somebody else in the future.
  4. Annnnnnnnnnnnnnnnd it did it again. I really don't know what the issue is.
  5. So friends, apparently I am almost a complete dumbass. It would appear that every time I filled up my engines I neglected to close the fuel caps - in fact, I did not know they were modelled. With the caps closed after fueling (I hadn't seen the caps because the fuel amount window occluded it), everything seems to be fine. Will report back after a few hopefully successful flights.
  6. Alright, I might have figured one clue out. I'm flying a 600 mile flight and I've (as you can see) I'm speeding up simulator time, to about 3x. So in real life, I fly for less than an hour before this happens, and in the sim with the time sped up, at most I hit 3 or so hours before this engine thing happens. Now, after landing this thing with the engine on fire yet again and checking the engine state... I assee the entire engine component panel is showing my engine runtime as 22.2 hrs? Is speeding up simulator time doing something to my engines?
  7. Component turbines has failed due to excessive wear (worn: 100.000000%, slope 0.5). You can prevent this by observing performance limitations and servicing the aircraft regularly in the maintenance hangar. 2022-04-17 17:47:58 TBM900[fail.c:935]: Failure impact: sim/operation/failures/rel_hunsta0 2022-04-17 17:47:59 TBM900[fail.c:932]: Component combustion liner has failed due to excessive wear (worn: 100.000000%, slope 1.0). You can prevent this by observing performance limitations and servicing the aircraft regularly in the maintenance hangar. 2022-04-17 17:47:59 TBM900[fail.c:935]: Failure impact: sim/operation/failures/rel_hotsta0 2022-04-17 17:47:59 TBM900[fail.c:935]: Failure impact: sim/operation/failures/rel_runITT0 2022-04-17 17:48:00 TBM900[fail.c:932]: Component turbines has failed due to excessive wear (worn: 100.000000%, slope 0.0). You can prevent this by observing performance limitations and servicing the aircraft regularly in the maintenance hangar. 2022-04-17 17:48:00 TBM900[fail.c:935]: Failure impact: sim/operation/failures/rel_engfir0 2022-04-17 17:48:00 TBM900[fail.c:932]: Component combustion liner has failed due to excessive wear (worn: 100.000000%, slope 0.2). You can prevent this by observing performance limitations and servicing the aircraft regularly in the maintenance hangar. 2022-04-17 17:48:00 TBM900[fail.c:935]: Failure impact: sim/operation/failures/rel_engfla0 2022-04-17 17:48:00 TBM900[fail.c:932]: Component combustion liner has failed due to excessive wear (worn: 100.000000%, slope 0.0). You can prevent this by observing performance limitations and servicing the aircraft regularly in the maintenance hangar. 2022-04-17 17:48:00 TBM900[ The pics are my cruise at 25k - i then initiated a FLC to 30k feet without adjusting power at all, and a few minutes later had the failure. This is on a new airframe that I generated just for this flight - at no point prior to this did any engine parameters hit the red. fail.c:935]: Failure impact: sim/operation/failures/rel_engfai0 2022-04-17 17:48:02 TBM900[elec.c:1210]: MAIN GEN tripped (46.5A, 28.4V, rpm: 0)
  8. 2022-04-17 15:43:22 TBM900[fail.c:932]: Component turbines has failed due to excessive wear (worn: 100.000000%, slope 0.5). You can prevent this by observing performance limitations and servicing the aircraft regularly in the maintenance hangar. 2022-04-17 15:43:22 TBM900[fail.c:935]: Failure impact: sim/operation/failures/rel_hunsta0 2022-04-17 15:43:24 TBM900[fail.c:932]: Component combustion liner has failed due to excessive wear (worn: 100.000000%, slope 1.0). You can prevent this by observing performance limitations and servicing the aircraft regularly in the maintenance hangar. 2022-04-17 15:43:24 TBM900[fail.c:935]: Failure impact: sim/operation/failures/rel_hotsta0 2022-04-17 15:43:24 TBM900[fail.c:935]: Failure impact: sim/operation/failures/rel_runITT0 2022-04-17 15:43:31 TBM900[fail.c:932]: Component combustion liner has failed due to excessive wear (worn: 100.000000%, slope 0.2). You can prevent this by observing performance limitations and servicing the aircraft regularly in the maintenance hangar. 2022-04-17 15:43:31 TBM900[fail.c:935]: Failure impact: sim/operation/failures/rel_engfla0 I'm getting this every single flight at cruise on brand new airframes at cruise level with TRQ less than 90%, prop RPM at 2k, NG at 97%, ITT in the mid 700s, and oil pressure and oil temp in green. I have the inertial sep on at takeoff, and I turn it off at about 5k feet. I can recreate this engine issue by not even taking off and just going to the map and putting the airplane at 25k feet and 150 knots, so it isn't like this is a bird strike or something. It happens in clear weather with no clouds or icing. Accelerated wear is not turned on and never has been. It does this on new installs of the airplane. ??
  9. I also (before this flight) created a new controls profile that started with every single button/action disabled, because I noticed that many problems seem to be caused by errant control mappings. Not only that, but I was not touching my keyboard/controls at all when it shut off this time.
  10. Back on the ground and checking and I've got a flooded combustor and a borken turbine.
  11. Just did it again, same circumstances as before. I was specifically watching the engine this time and all parameters were well within green - I was cruising 25k with less than 60 torque and abLog.txtout 45 GPH fuel burn - definitely not over taxing the engines. I attach my log.
  12. Gotcha - I saw that but when I clicked nothing 'seemed' to be happening - but perhaps I have to be airborne for it to work. Appreciate the help, and if you have any clues about my engine cruise issues I'd be indebted to you, friend.
  13. Also one more thing - where is my Throttle friction adjustment knob? I thought it was supposed to be on the left side of the pedestal?
  14. OH - I should also add that the combustor and the turbines were ruined or whatever, if this helps narrow down what I'm doing.
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