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Spartan0536

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Hello fellow H850 pilots, I have a question, on the ref tab I can set the N1 REF to either FMS, MAN, or OFF, I have it set to MAN @ 100% which is what the aircraft is rated for at TO for 5 minutes, I generally push about 3 minutes at 100% N1 in other aircraft, however I can not seem to get the N1 REF to go beyond 96% or if I set the N1 REF to 90% MAN it still goes to 96%. Am I doing something wrong here?


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So not one person knows anything about this, and we have real H850XP pilots on these forums?


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We're not Carenado support but simmers like you, doesn't mean we've seen your thread and/or can respond immediately. Have some patience.

 

The Carenado Hawker 850 can't get up to 100% CN1, because it's coded not to.

 

Carenado also does not seem to have any code that allows the function of the N1 bug working, so setting the reference does nothing.


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We're not Carenado support but simmers like you, doesn't mean we've seen your thread and/or can respond immediately. Have some patience.

 

The Carenado Hawker 850 can't get up to 100% CN1, because it's coded not to.

 

Carenado also does not seem to have any code that allows the function of the N1 bug working, so setting the reference does nothing.

 

I was thinking the same thing, just wanted to know if someone else had ideas of the same sort or other information. As for the patience, I figured 48 hours would be enough, I have been on forums where 20 people a day log into that specific section and have gotten a response within that time, figured it was time to grab a bit more attention to a simple question; thanks for taking the time to answer it though. Now with this I will send Carenado a support ticket asking them in a patch to fix this issue; heck the Phenom 100 could have its engine performance modified, why not the H850?


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Seems like they have deliberately designed it so that on a standard day, you can firewall it, and get around 96% N1 +/- which is about right for take-off. 100%N1 up at altitude is a valid thrust setting according to some stuff I have read during my research. You just set it and see how fast she'll go, long as it's not above max of course for the conditions...


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I've been playing around with the .air files, that should allow more realistic thrust and N1, although this is a WIP.

 

Coupled with that I'm going to make an XML change that works as an EEC when the engine computers are turned on - in other words, allow you to firewall the throttle but have it auto manage thrust/N1.


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I'm seriously looking forward to seeing how you do that..Big%20Grin.gif


Christopher Allan

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