StewartH

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  1. Thanks for the advice. I shall do so--it should be interesting.
  2. I'm seriously thinking about the Twin Otter. I have the other two already--they are very fine aircraft sims. Thanks for you input.
  3. The Carenado Cheyenne II with mods by Bill. See the discussion over at the Carenado Cheyenne II thread.
  4. See my post above. You are incorrect in stating this about P3D.
  5. This has not been the case in my experience in the sim, P3D. In fact, if I don't correct the taxi speed, it will slowly exceed a safe speed.
  6. StewartH

    Cheyenne II Mod v2

    Alfonso, PM me your email address and I'll send you the Cheyenne II mods, but without Bill's sounds. I installed Arezone's sounds for the Cheyenne instead--they are better than the default sounds anyway. Stew
  7. Several improvements to the modeling were a result of considerable public input, which Milviz graciously implemented. Glad you enjoy the aircraft--it's a keeper for all of us fans.
  8. The mods that have been proposed and made available for the Carenado Cheyenne II in the Carenado forum do quite a bit to fixing the turboprop shortcomings in P3D and FSX. For that matter, Flysimware's Cessna Conquest II or their Mitsubishi MU2 are decent simulations as well. Your suggestion of the Majestic Q400 is fine as far as it goes, but it's a different class of aircraft compared to the others that have been mentioned.
  9. StewartH

    Golden Eagle

    Looking forward to any paints you may produce, Ron. You've always done great work--as you may know, I have several of yours already.
  10. Sounds like you're good to go, Lenny. The more you fly this bird, the more you'll like it. Guaranteed!
  11. As far as I can tell, this is the correct method of setting your altitude. The A2A C182 is operated in exactly the same way. The vertical climb is set by the UP or DN buttons, not by the knobs.
  12. Going a little from memory here: Set your altitude with the knob(s) on the right hand side. Then click the ARM button just above that knob. Then click on the UP button to set your VS, vertical speed. When you're already at your set altitude and want to ascend or descend, set your new altitude, then press the ALT button, then the UP or DN buttons, depending on if you're ascending or descending.
  13. The manual is pretty good at explaining it. If you've worked with the Bendix/King in the A2A C182, it works exactly the same.