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Phillip Gallagher

Lear 24B Engines cut-out

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Every flight I've done so far has resulted in 1 or both engines burning out during different stages of flight.  Just wondering why this is happening.   

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It happens when the oil temperature exceeds limits. Sometimes I can get an air restart and others not. Anyone know how to keep the oil temps down and/or do an in flight engine start?


Forever indebted to the late Michael Greenblatt of FSGS.

 

 

 

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The manual mentions (p34) turn realism switch OFF if you run the LJ24B hard.


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Vaughan Martell - KDTW

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Love the aircraft.  Is the realism switch off when the toggle is up or down?  Tool-tips doesn't show.  Mine's always down.  Also, if realism switch is on, how do you keep the oil temperature within limits?  I try and baby the aircraft, but the oil temp won't come down.  Thanks again.


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Don't know, just read the manual ... no real flights yet .. stuck at the gate during setup and training.


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Vaughan Martell - KDTW

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Love the aircraft. 

Its always a toss up between this and the 777 when I fire up the sim. The lear is amazing

I also get flame outs and as far as Im aware the reality switch is off be default but I will indeed RTFM again when I get back to the sim as its very annoying to end a flight this way but also good fun trying out a forced landing


ZORAN

 

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It happens when the oil temperature exceeds limits. Sometimes I can get an air restart and others not. Anyone know how to keep the oil temps down and/or do an in flight engine start?

 

The developer today mentioned where to find updates / bugs section on his LJ24B:

I went and took a look here:

 

http://www.lionheartcreations.com/LJ24B.html

 

 

I noticed :

 

"  Engine temps adjusted to proper redlines and running temp ranges with 720C being redline.  

'Realism Mode' adjusted for higher temp rangers"

 

Is oil temp part of this?

 

Note:

I am new to the LH LJ24B.


Best Regards,

Vaughan Martell - KDTW

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Vonmar-I had installed this update/bug when it first came out.  I'm going to flip the realism switch the other way and see what happens.


Forever indebted to the late Michael Greenblatt of FSGS.

 

 

 

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vp49p3,

 

I have only flown it in FSX a little bit and did have one engine flameout/ failure ... but did not really know what caused it.

Just learning it.

 

In P3D I have really only set up FSUIPC with the LJ24B and spent most of my time setting up P3D / scenery and small tests with all aircraft (purchased).

 

It will be good information / feedback you could provide ... so others know what to expect.


Best Regards,

Vaughan Martell - KDTW

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Vonmar-I'm in P3Dv2.3 only, so I have no knowledge of FSX experiences.  I flipped the "activate realism" switch to the up position and pushed the engines very hard--up to 96% throttle to 44,700 feet then down to 31,000 feet at over 250kts IAS on the descent, slowing only when the wing temp went in the yellow.  No flame-outs after about 45 minutes.  The oil temp gauges stayed at the redline for all but the beginning 5 minutes of the flight, but still no flame-outs.  My suggestion is to fly it with the realism switch in the up position.  I will do that, and if my experience changes, I will post.


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Ok, Up position it will be.

 

Thanks.


Best Regards,

Vaughan Martell - KDTW

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Had a great flight in the Lear today.  Two hours at 39k.  Absolutely no problems--all systems worked as advertised. Landed perfectly. Flights like this make our hobby/obsession all worthwhile.


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