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  1. Yes, I'm using XPRealistic and PilotEdge with no issues, either. That said, I haven't tried Comm 2 on PilotEdge yet.
  2. What part of PilotEdge doesn't work? Comm 2?
  3. Great, thanks for the clarification. Your TBM sim is hands down the VERY best, most detailed and realistic aircraft I've flown so far. I'm actually afraid to crash it and hope I never do! Keep up the great work!!
  4. Ok, thank you, will do. Just curious, why SCIP?
  5. Ahh, right of course, sorry about that. I previously posted about this problem over at the X-plane Forums. Here's the link. Files are attached there. Thank you for looking at this!
  6. Ok, thanks. So how is that setting different from the TBM? Is it that the TBM setting produces wear and tear, and therefore if you don't keep up on maintenance you'll have a failure?
  7. Oh shoot, sorry! Please see attached. TBM900_Log.txt Log.txt
  8. I've been experiencing X-plane crashes for the past week since purchasing the TBM. I've attached my log file and some other files for reference. Question: I'm using XPRealistic. Should I disable this when flying the TBM? Or is it compatible? Thanks.
  9. Sweet! Thank you! I just found it and bound it to Alt + F, in my case. I'm looking forward to trying this out. I've noticed at cruising speeds its easy to over-torque the engine because the throttle isn't sensitive enough.
  10. So I answered my own question. In case anyone else has trouble with this, you simply need to wait a few seconds after pushing forward or reverse for the tow to actuate.
  11. Thank you, Goran. I must have missed the QuickStartGuide.pdf" and indeed a number of my questions were answered by reading it today. I do have some additional questions as a result, which I'm posting separately.
  12. According to the provided manual, there is an implementation of the friction knob for finer throttling purposes. However, the diagram in the manual is not matching what I am seeing in the sim. Is this not implemented? Please see screenshots. Thanks.
  13. I'm just wondering what the implications are if I select both of these options. I really the idea of simulating wear and possible failures. I'm just unclear if both features work together in the case of the TBM. Thanks for your help.
  14. Yes, thank you, I know. But it's very incomplete, at least what I've seen. What is the title of the document you had in mind?
  15. Awesome, thank you. I really LOVE how detailed this plane is. And that it's actually difficult to fly! Bravo!
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