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Lionheart Lear - power settings?

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Has anyone verified the flight model on this puppy?  Seems far too overpowered.  Anyone have any good TO and CLB power settings?  What about CRZ?

 

MMO shows .87

 

I'm in a 5000+ fpm climb above FL300 at .81... lol is this thing an F16?

 

Also can anyone get NAV2 working?  It doesn't seem to drive the RMI.

 

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The real thing was ridiculously overpowered, and had comparable thrust to weight ratios to many contemporary fighters, so your F-16 comparison is not that far off  :lol:   It was perfectly possible to over speed it in level flight, which is why there was an auto stick puller installed (which was occasionally disabled by operators, with disastrous consequences).

 

I haven't run the numbers myself (being currently more concerned about how to not over speed  :wub: ), but the impression I get is that it's based on a later model for data availability reasons, but your experience of fighter jet like performance is not that far at all from the reality of operating it.

 

http://forum.avsim.net/page/index.html/_/reviews/aircraft/review-learjet-24b-by-lionheart-creations-ltd-r2543


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Thanks I also found some engine limitations over at this site... seems to help

 

http://www.airplanedriver.net/study/lr20.htm


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