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Good afternoon, forum:
I would like to ask about the engine start in this aircraft, because everytime I start it up, the engines produce full power for about 10 minutes, in despite of Power Levers are in Idle position, as well as Condition Levers (feather).
I (obviously) don´t perform real starting procedures, but the procedures from the PDF of the addon.
Hope you can help me.
While I am downloading this software, I noted in the reading material , that there is a A yellow governor mentioned on the throttle panel, that will not allow you to go above 10% of N1 . This governor must be active during start up and disengaged at throttle up. Assuming you are aware of this , and are following the procedure, this might be where there is an error in the coding. Keep you posted
Okay I have looked at the aircraft , and indeed the problem is a coding problem between the 2D throttle panel and the governor feature. You will note the governor is only on the 2 D pop up panel , not in the virtual cockpit. During start up, the fuel controls seem to wig out as well . There is a conflict here between the virtual and 2D panels. They are not playing nice. The virtual panel is related to the default king air in P3D. I will do some playing around and see what I can do
Hi, I have just downloaded this package to FSX. I honestly think this is one of the best downloads i have ever downloaded! Frame rates are unaffected, and the cockpit details (2D panel, guages etc) are awesome. Well done Rikooo!