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Alphasim F22A Raptor:

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The free contribution of the F22A Raptor from Alphasim is greatly appreciated. Finally, a bird that will actually reach high MACH speeds (Although power will get carried away on takeoff if one is not careful). Thank you Alphasim. I do have a few modification questions? 1. Although the reception is correct from two different VORS, the identification is the same for both. Does anyone know of an edit to correct this? For example: Location: KLWB VOR1 setting: 116.05, LWB (Reception is correct from LWB, ID is correct from LWB.) VOR2 setting: 116.60, RNL (Reception is correct from RNL, however, the ID is also LWB matching the VOR1 setting) 2. For communication frequencies, the default radios will only accept xxx.x0 and xxx.x5 settings. Anyone know of a config or air edit to get them to accept xxx.25 and xxx.75 settings? For example: 126.90 can be set 126.95 can be set 126.93 cannot be set (Actually 126.25) When tried, the entry will display 126.90 I did go ahead and add the Bendix Radio Stack as an option for radio settings and it works fine with the correct settings also then displayed in the default display. 3. The autopilot max setting for speed is MACH 1.99. If speed/MACH hold is disabled and the throttle is opened, higher speeds can be achieved. Anyone know a config or air edit to be able to raise this setting? 4. The autopilot max setting for altitude is Flight Level 300 (30,000 feet). Anyone know a config or air edit to be able to raise this setting?A little bit of a cheat for this is above 30,000 feet to set the vertical speed (VS) to keep climbing and then set it to "0" when the desired altitude is reached. Seems to hold fine. Note that the aircraft seems to fly fine in either FS9 or FSX. Thanks:RTH

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