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  1. Hi, all. It is a pleasure to share with you the work I have done in these weeks. It is a complete checklist for this magnificent plane and that you can download at this link: https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/82809-checklist-for-mitsubishi-mu2-marquise-toga-simulations/ For those who don't know, Xchecklist is a plugin for X-plane that allows you to create and use self-checking checklists so that it's as if you had a co-pilot confirming your actions, as well as making sure that you perform the correct procedures. If you don't have it, you can download it here: https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/20785-xchecklist-linwinmac3264/ I have followed as closely as possible the original POH published by Mitsubishi, removing things that do not make sense in a simulation or systems not implemented in the model and adding some items related to minimum operating procedures. I have been pleasantly surprised that TOGA has included many systems that work even though they are not explicitly mentioned in their manual and the huge number of specific Dataref's created and published by Tom Kyler have been of great help. I have not wanted to include some specific and non-essential tests, such as NTS and others, so as not to make this checklist too long and/or tedious. In any case, if you consider that I should include a test, let me know freely and I will do it. Also, please give me feedback on what things can be improved or what things are wrong. Especially, ask me freely about what you don't understand or if there is any step that you don't know how to do correctly. I will be especially grateful to Tom Kyler if he gives me any suggestions. I hope you enjoy it Manolo (ELATES)
  2. Obviously could be pilot error, but I cannot figure out why the Mu-2 flies appx 5 degrees nose up, and about 80kn true too slowly. I'm fairly certain this is not expected behavior. If anyone has any tips, it would be appreciated. I've tried changing the centre of gravity and the plane rebalances back to 5 degrees nose up. I've tried trimming it out hard, same thing.
  3. I really do like this plane. Although it is a bit rough round the edges at the moment compared to the likes of other addon aircraft, I can't help but want to fly it. I think you will agree that it looks cool and pulls off that nostalgic dial immersive feeling what all us steam gauge nutters strive for in a flight sim environment.
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