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Carenado H2B H850XP tips?

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There are knowledgable people in this forum:biggrin:

Using P3D v4.0

Picked up the Hawker Beechcraft H2B H850XP in their sale.

Can anyone flying it advise on the following:

- Elevator trim for takeoff?

- Rotate speed?

- Landing speed

- Any other tips/settings, things to watch out for?

Thanks

T45

 

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Might be better asked in the Carenado H850XP forum as this jet flies in other simulators as well.

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56 minutes ago, Treetops45 said:

There are knowledgable people in this forum:biggrin:

Using P3D v4.0

Picked up the Hawker Beechcraft H2B H850XP in their sale.

Can anyone flying it advise on the following:

- Elevator trim for takeoff?

- Rotate speed?

- Landing speed

- Any other tips/settings, things to watch out for?

Thanks

T45

 

1) Depends of your weight, there is a table with the values included in carenado documentation.

2) This also depends of your weight, but you could say it is safe to do this around 115 to 120 kts.

3) Again it depends of your weight and flaps configuration, I try to touch down at 110Kts with flaps 3.

4) Get the F1 GTN750 and contact Bert to obtain his mode for this model, it is wonderful, you can find details about this on Carenado sub forums here at AVSIM.

Regards,
Simbol

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59 minutes ago, Twenty6 said:

Might be better asked in the Carenado H850XP forum as this jet flies in other simulators as well.

Good point. 

I have tried putting aircraft specific queries in their particular forum, but have often found that unless it is a new release or has a hot topic fault, there can be little traffic, particularly for older releases.

Whereas this Forum seems to have a good mix of experience with a wide range of aircraft.

T45

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32 minutes ago, simbol said:

1) Depends of your weight, there is a table with the values included in carenado documentation.

2) This also depends of your weight, but you could say it is safe to do this around 115 to 120 kts.

3) Again it depends of your weight and flaps configuration, I try to touch down at 110Kts with flaps 3.

4) Get the F1 GTN750 and contact Bert to obtain his mode for this model, it is wonderful, you can find details about this on Carenado sub forums here at AVSIM.

Regards,
Simbol

Thank you

T45

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Yes, by all means contact Mr. Pieke for his GTN750 mod.

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28 minutes ago, Greggy_D said:

Yes, by all means contact Mr. Pieke for his GTN750 mod.

THIS !!!!  Changes the plane AND all for the better!!

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