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  1. I would like to follow this discussion. @Goran_M, could I have Discord invite please? I agree closely with EGT's comments. I last flew the TBM in earnest more than a year ago, and I remembered it needed bootful of right rudder on takeoff, which seemed realistic (real pilot here, have flown a single engine turboprop, just not a TBM). There is significant instability using the standard flight model, experimental FM + some aggressive joystick curves improves this situation. However, the left-turning tendencies are now subdued to the point of being regressive, as I end up using some left p
  2. Ah I didn't realize. The mags were probably on at that point.
  3. 1.1.0. If I open the pilot's door, a warning buzzer sounds continuously. It appears to be connected to the hot battery bus, as this happens even with all power off. Is this operating correctly?
  4. When I ran the update, the installer deleted my entire BN-2 aircraft folder as well. This is the only X-Aviation installer I have seen do that.
  5. TorqueSim BN-2 Islander Channel Islands Aviation (US) N55JA View File There are two versions of this paint included. The 2005 version has just a small logo on the tail, whereas the current version has a bunch of additional decals. About N55JA: Channel Islands Aviation is based in Camarillo, CA (KCMA) and operates this BN-2 Islander to dirt airstrips located on three of the California Channel Islands: Santa Cruz, San Miguel, and Santa Rosa. Access to these islands is very limited as they are designated as a nature preserve, and CIA is the only c
  6. Version 1.0.0

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    There are two versions of this paint included. The 2005 version has just a small logo on the tail, whereas the current version has a bunch of additional decals. About N55JA: Channel Islands Aviation is based in Camarillo, CA (KCMA) and operates this BN-2 Islander to dirt airstrips located on three of the California Channel Islands: Santa Cruz, San Miguel, and Santa Rosa. Access to these islands is very limited as they are designated as a nature preserve, and CIA is the only civil operator permitted to land aircraft on the islands. Aside from bringing limited numbers of tourists, C
  7. Fun add-on, thanks for the work and the continued improvements! I would like to note a couple issues for the bug list: - The range keys on the GNS530 appear to be reversed when the RXP GNS is installed - The HSI shows a flag that says "HDG" when it should say "NAV". On a Bendix HSI, the HDG flag is opposite the NAV flag, on the upper right. It appears when the gyro or flux gate loses power, and momentarily while you are slewing the compass card manually. Also, there are no GS flags on that unit...with no signal, the GS pointers will simply be hidden from view.
  8. I'll add that I just read N1K's thread and watched his video. I am seeing different issues than shown there.
  9. Saab 340 V1.51 in XP11.26. I've noticed that the props can't obtain the full ~1400 RPM below 80 knots. They just won't come on the governors without a ton of airspeed. At 100% TQ, the best I see is 1225 RPM. Likewise, on final, the props will fall off the governors well before I reduce power for the flare. A separate issue: when transitioning between GND IDLE/beta and FLT IDLE during taxi, I see some huge swings in ITT (often shooting up suddenly to 1000 deg) and the prop RPM swings up to like 1300. My throttle quad is an old Saitek and it's getting kinda spikey, so I disabled those
  10. It's not. The rest of the sound system is mostly spot on, though.
  11. Welp, you got me there! I haven’t encountered a turbine airplane that had the same behavior but I’ll eat my words on this one.
  12. Is this a limitation of X-plane? What I'm seeing is that the fuel flow (FF) increases as soon as you engage the starter. When I hit the starter FF goes up to like 50gph, but as soon as I introduce fuel it jumps back down. Really, FF should show no indication until you move the lever out of cutoff. Once you do so, you should see fuel flow register immediately, even before you see the ITT rise. Many pilots are taught to check that indication as part of the start flow. Source: me, former corporate pilot IRL.
  13. It seems to me like the sound sample for the beta/reverse sounds might need to be trimmed a little bit because it sounds a bit..."pulsating". Allow me to translate. I sounds like, ahem: "wwooOOOoowwwwooOOOoowwwwooOOOooww". Otherwise the sound system is *awesome*.
  14. 170 KIAS would be the "cruise climb" speed. It's an arbitrary speed chosen by Socata...choose any speed where the aircraft still climbs. If you want to climb at best rate, remember that Vy decreases with altitude, about 10 knots per 10,000 for most turboprops.
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