thanks for solution.
I know that, but i want to sit in and fly and not think about to manage files the correct way. This is not a fine solution for me.
I would be interested in an automatic solution, that is why i am asking.
Okay, would be nice to have the dat-file linked to the aircraft skin. But the solution works for me. So I collect different flying hours and maintenance hangar problems for further reuse
Thats it. You know we are talking here abot the best addons on market with eyes on nearly everything, but you have to move files manually, in my oppinion that should become an automatism. I never really got an ear by A2A for that.
Hi Roadburner426 and seaniam81.
20 or 80 hours and worn cylinders?! I brought her around Africa and now I'm on my way to Australia, sitting in Indonesia at the moment. Flying her by the book helps a lot. So keep RPM low and set proper manifold pressure. Keep temperatures normal and you'll have a long running engine.
Except "low RPM" i can also confirm no massive problems at my own online flight "from switzerland to switzerland without changing the engine
" using real weather, maps and charts, I never go below 2000RPM even at low economic cruise setting as long as i have no increasing oil temp tue to wear. Also think about to take a rich automixture setting for step climbs at one leg.
I took a new P40B - departed in switzerland eastbound via russia, china (oil change due to another viscosity required), thailand, indonesia (safty landing, radiator and fuel filter changed), around australia, zig zag through new zeeland, some islands to japan (oil change due to another viscosity required), russia, alaska where i am now about to enter canada. 110 hours total time and according to maintenance report "beautiful shape". Compression test "all green".
Had two legs flying above FL235 due to overfly an hazard at west coast of australia, the other high altitute cruise was due to range reasons, had to make 1400mn at one leg. The rest is maximum 3000ft AGL to see the beautiful sceneries and find roads to navigate.
Handle with care, take only power inputs you really need. Be clever and smooth in handling power inputs and prop pitch to control speed and temperatures.