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SanderK
16 Apr 2016, 09:50
Forum: P-51 Mustang (Military & Civilian)
Topic: Autopilot and glideslope?
Replies: 6
Views: 1730

Re: Autopilot and glideslope?

Make sure the glideslope is active before you activate LOC NORM. The localizer is usually activated further away, so it is an easy mistake to arm LOC NORM too soon.
SanderK
23 Apr 2015, 17:06
Forum: Pilot's Lounge
Topic: Re: A2A (Accu-Sim) Update (OLD COMMENTS)
Replies: 737
Views: 1765406

Re: Accu-Sim Update 04_20_2015 - DOWNLOAD

Since the update I noticed a change in the civvie P-51D's engine behaviour. When applying my normal cruise settings (I always cruise at 60 GPH at 2300 RPM) I noticed I had to set my manifold pressure about 5" higher than usual to achieve the desired fuel flow. Is this a result of the increased super...
SanderK
17 Jun 2014, 22:41
Forum: Piper Cherokee 180 Tech Support
Topic: Cherokee 180 Autopilot.
Replies: 9
Views: 3014

Re: Cherokee 180 Autopilot.

From what you describe in your second point i'd say the Realair Legacy might be the way to go.
SanderK
14 Jun 2014, 05:25
Forum: Pilot's Lounge
Topic: Transatlantic trip in single engine (Piper Cherokee)
Replies: 30
Views: 3247

Re: Transatlantic trip in single engine (Piper Cherokee)

I've done it in the civilian Mustang as part of a world trip. My itinerary (a good 285 hours of flight time so far) can be viewed on the following map: https://www.google.nl/maps/ms?msid=200671480101920083254.0004d175449de61760e12&msa=0&ll=25.085599,100.810547&spn=22.257101,23.730469 You could do th...
SanderK
10 Jun 2014, 21:44
Forum: P-51 Mustang (Military & Civilian)
Topic: Difference between Military/Civilian
Replies: 9
Views: 2906

Re: Difference between Military/Civilian

It's not equipped with a NAV2-radio, just COM1, NAV1, ADF and a transponder. It's all you really need though.
SanderK
09 Jun 2014, 06:26
Forum: P-51 Mustang (Military & Civilian)
Topic: Difference between Military/Civilian
Replies: 9
Views: 2906

Re: Difference between Military/Civilian

All systems like the engine are identical. The biggest difference is indeed as you say the cockpit layout. In the civilian version you get a modern set of avionics including navigation radios, a GPS and also an autopilot. Lastly there are some minor aesthetic differences in the model and you lose th...
SanderK
31 May 2014, 20:03
Forum: Piper Cherokee 180
Topic: Accu-Sim Cherokee 180 SCREENSHOTS
Replies: 262
Views: 135967

Re: Accu-Sim Cherokee 180 SCREENSHOTS

Enroute to Key West from Opa Locka. Driving there must be a challenge. :P

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SanderK
12 May 2014, 16:30
Forum: P-51 Mustang (Military & Civilian)
Topic: How many hours
Replies: 10
Views: 2619

Re: How many hours

I've logged about 280 hours now in the civvie Mustang during my world trip, and there are many more to come. :D
SanderK
04 Feb 2014, 13:38
Forum: Pilot's Lounge
Topic: Airport Gates
Replies: 10
Views: 883

Re: Airport Gates

You can indeed pick any gate, parking spot on the ramp and fuel station. Unfortunately they are only numbered, so you have no idea where on the airfield you will actually spawn.
SanderK
18 Sep 2013, 12:58
Forum: P-51 Mustang (Military & Civilian)
Topic: SCREENSHOTS (P-51 Civilian Mustang)
Replies: 298
Views: 151361

Re: SCREENSHOTS (P-51 Civilian Mustang)

Sunrise over northwest Alaska

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SanderK
12 Sep 2013, 09:00
Forum: C172 Trainer
Topic: New update in progress
Replies: 57
Views: 17930

Re: New update in progress

Will this update make the rudder controllable by buttons?
SanderK
04 Sep 2013, 22:18
Forum: C172 Trainer Tech Support
Topic: Cannot find the GPS295
Replies: 1
Views: 623

Re: Cannot find the GPS295

You can change the avionics in the shift-3 menu (the button which says GNS400 or No GPS in your case).
SanderK
04 Sep 2013, 22:09
Forum: C172 Trainer
Topic: Wild ride in APR mode?
Replies: 11
Views: 1544

Re: Wild ride in APR mode?

Did you match the heading bug on your directional gyro to the OBS-setting?
SanderK
04 Sep 2013, 15:23
Forum: C172 Trainer Tech Support
Topic: Rudder trouble
Replies: 9
Views: 1830

Re: Rudder trouble

Having the same issue here. I only use a very simple joystick without rudder pedals, so I operate the rudder with buttons on my stick. Since this way of control input isn't really great to use while flying I have autorudder enabled, which turns out to be a good temporary solution in this case. When ...
SanderK
04 Sep 2013, 14:16
Forum: C172 Trainer Tech Support
Topic: Ground Rudder Travel
Replies: 7
Views: 1365

Re: Ground Rudder Travel

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