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Hi please put some proper info into the manual. What you give us is a cockpit guide. There are people here who fly planes by the numbers and that cant be done without the relevant data. Which means we have to go dig for stuff that should be in the manual. It isnt a manual without the data.

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I believe the manual is to supplement the training videos that are going to be released at the same time.  I love in depth manuals but personally I learn much more from the videos.  I agree though, it would be nice to performance numbers and checklists in printed form.

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Just search mu2 manual, POH or checklist on google and   you will find somethings....

 

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Real Deraps

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Mike is correct.

 

The manual is purely a quick orientation guide.

 

The training videos are for the guys who like to fly by the numbers. And believe me, they will be thorough.


Joe - Chief Pilot & Lead Tester - Flysimware Simulation Software

Captain - Learjet 35A/55

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Regards,

Todd Harrell

 

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We used the SIMCOM MU-2 Marquise/Solitaire/N model/P model training manual for the project. Contains most of the stuff the AFM does, but with a bit more explanation.


Joe - Chief Pilot & Lead Tester - Flysimware Simulation Software

Captain - Learjet 35A/55

ATP/CFI/AGI/EMB-505/LR-JET

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