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Cattaneo T-45

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Fairly new to Prepare3d 2.5. Recently installed the Cattaneo T-45 and it seems to work well (windows 10, DX-11) - only problem is in starting where despite following the fairly simple procedures ,  the engine will spool but not ignite unless I use the "control + E" function. Wondering if I am screwing up or if anyone else has experienced this and found a work around.

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Warren (aspen31)

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I had that problem , the solution is to have the mixture lever full in...I know there is no mixture lever (no need) in the T45 but try...

 

 

 

Jorge

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Jorge

Now there's a new one. How did you mimic a mixture function on the T-45?

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Warren


Hi Jorge

I learn something new every day. I used the keyboard (control shift F4) to confirm mixture full rich and off the jet engine went - strange but true.

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Warren

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