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sLYFa

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About sLYFa

  • Birthday 06/04/1986

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    DCS, P3d v4, XP11
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  1. Does the GNSS even have the ability update the onboard INS? I've never seen it mentioned and since no INS drift was modelled before it was not an issue anyway.
  2. Very good video, just a couple of things: The readiness of the outboard spoiler module is checked on the hydraulic panel, not on the flight controls indicator. Missile prep would be on before performing the fence in. The missiles need to tune which takes a couple of minutes. AFAIK missile prep was turned on on the ground so the RIO had time to sort out any issues should the missiles fail to tune.
  3. A couple of things about the fuel feed issue: Fuel feed is affected in general, i.e. fuel appears to draw only from AFT/L no matter the power setting. Its just way more pronounced in AB. Flicking the FEED switch to AFT or FWD, then back to NORM fixes the issue. The above must be done only once. After that, spawning in a new aircraft/starting a new mission will have no issues. I therefore believe its some sort of faulty initialization of the fuel system.
  4. There's two ways you can set up a Tacan for a unit (ship or tanker). Either via waypoint actions or via triggered actions. The latter seems to be bugged sometimes so try using a waypoint action at waypoint 0.
  5. Initial HAS to be 800ft. Anything below is calling for a midair with aircraft in the pattern. AFAIK the speed is not that restrictive and depends on how the pilot likes to fly his break.
  6. Moving the stick doesn't disengage the AP but puts it in attitude hold mode. If you want to disengage the AP put the AP switch on the AFCS panel back to off. DON'T use the AP disconnect paddle, this is only for emergency and will also turn off pitch and roll SAS.
  7. That looks awesome! Badly needed for populating retro carrier decks, good luck with your model!
  8. IRL the ECLs are a backup mean of controlling engine power should the governor fail. They are left in the middle position during normal ops. Earlier versions of the Mi-8 with no automatic emergency power would have you pull one ECL lever up in case of an engine failure to ensure the working engine runs at takeoff power.
  9. You can use ICLS for now, which shows the correct GS. You better start practicing though, next case3 session is coming soon ;).
  10. Is the ACLS gilde slope indication going to be fixed? Currently the ACLS glideslope is too shallow, something like 3° instead of 3.5°. Doesnt sound like much but makes a big difference. I.e. currently you dont intercept the GS at 3nm and 1200ft like you are supposed to.
  11. Well that shouldnt happen since the cabin is pressurized after all. Unless flying insanely high you wouldnt pass out without oxygen but thats how it works in all modules. AFAIK the mask is nevertheless always put on for safety reasons.
  12. One more thing I noticed is that DLC does not retract on the ground with MIL power. Not sure if after this patch or the one before.
  13. I'm getting different behaviour with wake turbulence on and off. WT off feels like pre-patch, WT gives me a strong downdraft over the ramp as described above.
  14. @IronMike It seems like the wake turbulence settings affects the burble. With wake turbulence off, everything is as before the patch. With wake turbulence on, the downdraft at the ramp is substantially stronger. You can notice by a rapid AoA fluctuations and uncommanded pitch changes.
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