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Aerobask Robin DR401 CDI 155 1.12

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Really cool!  

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Looks great! :biggrin:


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Having a PPL SEP I regularly fly the Robin DR400, I do fly the 135 HP diesel version with steam gauges. I am very grateful and my compliments go to Aerobask for releasing the Robin with diesel engine. However I would like to make some positive remarks/comments on the current simulated version:

- There is way too much vibration of the instrument panel. In reality, despite being a diesel, the engine runs very smoothly and there is hardly any vibration

- the wheel fairings are inaccurate compared to the real ones (and to my opinion ugly), actually in real life these are more massive in size

- The FADEC A and B simulation test button doesn't work correctly, is not well simulated. When pressing and holding the button first Fadec B is tested (increase and decrease in RPM), next Fadec A (changing RPM) and than the fadec test button needs to be released, test completed.

- The Force B switch is not operative

- To my experience the power delivered by the engine is indicated in %, not in manifold pressure.

 

Hope that Aerobask despite offering the Robin for free, still will make some updates to make this simulation even better!

 

 

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5 hours ago, jcorstjens said:

Having a PPL SEP I regularly fly the Robin DR400, I do fly the 135 HP diesel version with steam gauges. I am very grateful and my compliments go to Aerobask for releasing the Robin with diesel engine. However I would like to make some positive remarks/comments on the current simulated version:

- There is way too much vibration of the instrument panel. In reality, despite being a diesel, the engine runs very smoothly and there is hardly any vibration

- the wheel fairings are inaccurate compared to the real ones (and to my opinion ugly), actually in real life these are more massive in size

- The FADEC A and B simulation test button doesn't work correctly, is not well simulated. When pressing and holding the button first Fadec B is tested (increase and decrease in RPM), next Fadec A (changing RPM) and than the fadec test button needs to be released, test completed.

- The Force B switch is not operative

- To my experience the power delivered by the engine is indicated in %, not in manifold pressure.

 

Hope that Aerobask despite offering the Robin for free, still will make some updates to make this simulation even better!

 

 

Maybe you should post in this thread.


Regards

Nils

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Harransor/Aerobask,

Many thanks for the generous gift and beautiful aircraft.


Jim Morgan

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