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  1. Don’t believe thats a simple question in xplane. From what I gather, the slider on the weight screen for CG shows the displacement from the models reference point in inches. Don’t think LES state what the datum they used is anywhere, nor is the charts for it in the aircraft package. If you do find them, theres likely still some math required to convert it to Saab which use the nose as the datum, or convert it to %MAC. Which may again require you finding what the station of the leading and trailing edge are. With all of that you could determine the trim setting. Alternatively, buy th
  2. Decided to use that inspiration Also found those charts from the OP video if you prefer those: Probably have to be in the LES discord to get to them https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/370749422432288771/808423007176884234/charts.zip
  3. Version 1.0.0

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    This package will replace the default instrument approach charts on the yoke with a selection of power and speed charts. The data is derived from the charts.pdf provided with the aircraft, speeds are based on Sea Level and 0 degrees celcius. Being a turbo-prop, the difference in most speeds are only a few knotts and makes a compromise for the limited chart space. To select the chart to be displayed, click on the 'charts' icon towards the bottom of the gizmo toolbar (the one that looks like line graphs). Includes: * Climb Power and ECS OFF Takeoff Power * Cruise Power and ECS
  4. LES Saab 340A Yoke Power and Speed Charts View File This package will replace the default instrument approach charts on the yoke with a selection of power and speed charts. The data is derived from the charts.pdf provided with the aircraft, speeds are based on Sea Level and 0 degrees celcius. Being a turbo-prop, the difference in most speeds are only a few knotts and makes a compromise for the limited chart space. To select the chart to be displayed, click on the 'charts' icon towards the bottom of the gizmo toolbar (the one that looks like line g
  5. I would imagine he made them himself and used the chart function to display it there. Not aware of a specific 'pack' as such to download, but I like the idea
  6. The GTN will drive the saab, you won't get a CDI indication and you can't replace the 530 with it either, have to accept the initial page on the 530.
  7. Version 1.0.0

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    Modified formatting of the Max Torque for Climb, Cruise, Takeoff and Go-Around charts to provide ease of use.All data is compiled from the respective power charts provided with the aircraft for the Saab 340A using the 1230 Prop RPM profile.
  8. LES Saab 340A Power Chart View File Modified formatting of the Max Torque for Climb, Cruise, Takeoff and Go-Around charts to provide ease of use.All data is compiled from the respective power charts provided with the aircraft for the Saab 340A using the 1230 Prop RPM profile. Submitter N1K Submitted 04/07/2021 Category Plugins and Utilities  
  9. Ha ha, 210 knots and 700 fpm at F200 in a saab That's down right impossible, there is no way she would do that without max continuous power. Also descends at Vmo +30, a very annoying noise would be heard for that descent. --- Using those 1230rpm climb charts in the docs folder feels about right. Ng is indeed below 100% with them.
  10. Just because they are both turboprops doesn't mean anything. A metroliner has way less power than both yet it will flog a Saab.
  11. I dare say ignore the Ng to an extent, it seems to be a tad higher than it should be at a glance. You've got a fairly cold day there, I'm used to the tropics, but a Saab does not like climbing, especially in high climb mode. She really starts to peak out around that point, trying to get to F250 in high climb will take all day. CTOT (Constant torque on Takeoff) simply upscales the fuel flow to achieve the set torque on the dial. It is used only on take-off and low level go arounds, then turned off when setting climb power.
  12. It's not, but very common in XP. I'd almost suggest its Laminars engine model potentially. CT7 is a free turbine
  13. Na, its just an electrical switch. Drive it will just pull the image via the MFD’s graphics card (DPU technically) or the Other sides graphics if it doesn’t have an MFD. Xside it pulls heading and attitude input from the other sides data computer. Can flick the switch all day long if you wanted to, if nothings broken it will just make the system light turn on and off and the screen image flicker. MFDs you can even push the image the other way, switch below that is the reversionary mode for when a single screen fails, push it down so the ADI is merged down into the n
  14. N1K

    LES SAAB tiller

    Clicked on the tiller to push it down and engage nosewheel steering?
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