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To avoid (parcially) Maule RPM bug

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Don't do it guys! That's the auto-destruction sequence!!!!!!!!

 

(serious mode now: What?????? Q+1+8+3+4....?????)


Don't know, but to me MFS looks a lot like the "Barbie" of desktop flight simulation...

Doesn't matter - I like to play with Barbies...

 

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Q stands for checklist.


Alex Leung

 

Aerospace Engineering Undergraduate

Glider & Private Pilot via Royal Canadian Air Cadets

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Someone may have to translate this thread for me, as I only speak English.

:smile:


Don B

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Someone may have to translate this thread for me, as I only speak English.

:smile:

 

Or you can learn to program in Flight.


Alex Leung

 

Aerospace Engineering Undergraduate

Glider & Private Pilot via Royal Canadian Air Cadets

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I suspect that's the cruise checklist.

 

Hook


Larry Hookins

 

Oh! I have slipped the surly bonds of Earth
And danced the skies on laughter-silvered wings;

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I suspect that's the cruise checklist.

 

Hook

 

It is actually the climb out checklist, thanks.

 

Or you can learn to program in Flight.

 

Program in Flight? Why would I need to learn to program?

I was more interested in the bug mentioned itself.


Don B

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That doesn't help much for the take-off roll, where the RPM problem really hurts. My method is to simply set brakes, push the prop control all the way, advance throttle to full, reduce RPM to 2500, release brakes.

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I thought he might have been talking about where reducing the rpm caused the plane to pitch up and increase speed, going by the climb out checklist does not help that situation either.

I normally take off full throttle and full rpm, and work those rudder pedals ( and ailerons if a crosswind takeoff) I will have to try your method and see how it does.

 

Thanks,


Don B

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My method is to simply set brakes, push the prop control all the way, advance throttle to full, reduce RPM to 2500, release brakes.

 

I gave this a try yesterday, and it definitely helped some - thanks for the tip, I would not have thought of this.


Don B

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