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Meaning of CN1 CN2 in Aircarft Air. Manager

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Hi,What does mean CN1 and CN2 in Aircraft Airfile Manager.ThanksRoger

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Those are turbine engine speeds (RPM) corrected for total air temperature (TAT). Thus, N1 becomes (C for corrected) CN1, and N2 becomes CN2.This website forum is concerned with decoding the MSFS airfile:http://www.avhistory.org/scripts/MegaBBS/f...w.asp?forumid=5Using the search function there you can find answers to many perplexing questions about the MSFS airfile.

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