MattS

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  1. The only thing that worked for me was to assign and calibrate my throttles in P3D. Even trying to calibrate only in FSUIPC was a no go. Everything else is still assigned and calibrated in FSUIPC, and all seems to be working.
  2. Would someone mind taking a look at the PFPX profiles that were provided with the v4 release? The weights look off to me. I can't seem to plan a flight from KLAX to PHNL without needing a lot more fuel than it says the DC-6 can carry, even with zero payload. Also MTOW looks low to me too. Thanks
  3. Are you using the AFE? How is that working?
  4. Such a "small" download for PMDG.... lol Finished! but I have to wait till I get home from work to install :(
  5. See my post on the previous page
  6. Yes, my bad. I see what you were saying. I get a CTD when using the right side GNS430 knob on the Twin Otter. But that is for a different forum....
  7. If it uses the default GNS430 than no editing on the fly. I import PFPX flight plans into P3D when flying a/c that use the default GPS. Works pretty good for me. Otherwise, I manually enter all my flight plans. And to answer your question: Yes, fsAerodata overwrites the default nav database with the current AIRAC cycle. I've had ZERO issues with it. Worth every penny.
  8. Since it sounds like you guys already have Navigraph, you should really check out fsAerodata. Just use it to download the current Navigraph cycle, click a few buttons, and Bob's your uncle.
  9. Just saw this over on the DC-6 side. I was starting to sweat the PFPX profile issue! Great news!!!
  10. They are very clear about the release date on the P3D products page..... lol PMDG 737-600/700 NGX Expansion Package for use with Lockheed Martin Prepar3D NOTE: Requires PMDG 737NGX Base Package for Prepar3D DOWNLOAD DELIVERY ONLY! INTERNET CONNECTION REQUIRED TO INSTALL Digitally delivered products are not refundable! Compatible with any Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v2.4-v3.x License Level. Will be Prepar3D v4 compatible sometime prior to June 22, 2059.
  11. That sounds good! Same settings that I used in v3. Nothing noticeable in FPS drop?
  12. Can anyone report how well the new vector release plays with the 747? Any performance hits?
  13. You didn't mention if you are confirming the V speeds after the calculation is performed
  14. I just upgraded the NGX to v4 and......after flying the 747 for several months I've become used to all the extra effects and visuals. The NGX now seems boring to me. There is nothing like getting pounded by turbulence during a bad weather departure from Singapore in the QOTSII. Am I way off on this??? I guess it shows how far we have come in just a few short years.
  15. I can only speak for myself, but I get excited about split scimitar winglets as I do accurately modeled airport interiors.... I spend 99% of my time in the left seat. But, I do understand the desire for accuracy.