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jeepinforfun
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Re: The Comanche Cruise Tutorial

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Michael-C172pilot wrote: 17 Jul 2023, 16:13 Unfortunately usually charter fee is measured in flight time (Germany) or Hobbs Meter time. This usually gives wrong incentives to fly as fast as possible, not too economical.

Owners however have different interests.
Thats why I prefer to be an owner. :P
Take care, Brett

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Buschwick
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Re: The Comanche Cruise Tutorial

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Why are there two lines of GPH labeled 1 and 2 in the power setting table? I apologize if I missed that in the video.

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Re: The Comanche Cruise Tutorial

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Buschwick wrote: 17 Jul 2023, 17:39 Why are there two lines of GPH labeled 1 and 2 in the power setting table? I apologize if I missed that in the video.
Hello, the first is for Lean of peak and the second for Rich of peak operation.
Florent DUFAY

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Re: The Comanche Cruise Tutorial

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Great video (great foreplay)

Can you guys please release the bird for msfs on the store. I don't think anyone can wait any more.

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Re: The Comanche Cruise Tutorial

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Buschwick wrote: 17 Jul 2023, 17:39 Why are there two lines of GPH labeled 1 and 2 in the power setting table? I apologize if I missed that in the video.
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Re: The Comanche Cruise Tutorial

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Skyfox wrote: 17 Jul 2023, 17:53 Great video (great foreplay)

Can you guys please release the bird for msfs on the store. I don't think anyone can wait any more.
I'm good till friday. My wallet needs a cool down lol.

I've been flightsimming since FS98 and Falcon 4.0 (also in 98) and I just now bought my first GA setup. Logitech throttle arrived yesterday (with jitter right out of the box...not huge variations though...kinda like in between a buzz and a vibration...and according to the interwebs that's common with that $50 thing. But I like its simplicity for GA use and am very capable of replacing the pots if needed), got the Honeycomb alpha today....and discovered I won't be able to clamp it to my folding legs picnic table that I use as a computer desk so I guess I'll just use the sticky 3m stuff and see how long that lasts, and the logitech pedals come Thursday or Friday.

I'm a big pmdg 737 guy too...for years....and not even that could get me to graduate from a twist joystick like this currently unreleased addon did.

Stoked.

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Re: The Comanche Cruise Tutorial

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Buschwick wrote: 17 Jul 2023, 17:39 Why are there two lines of GPH labeled 1 and 2 in the power setting table? I apologize if I missed that in the video.
flo76 wrote: 17 Jul 2023, 17:47 Hello, the first is for Lean of peak and the second for Rich of peak operation.
kielsf4 wrote: 17 Jul 2023, 17:57 Image
Thank you both. Makes sense.

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Re: The Comanche Cruise Tutorial

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Has anyone gotten any indication of whether we'll still have the various options for prop-type, tires, gap seals, etc. that we used to have? Haven't heard any details about any of that yet.

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Re: The Comanche Cruise Tutorial

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CorV-8 wrote: 17 Jul 2023, 19:05 Has anyone gotten any indication of whether we'll still have the various options for prop-type, tires, gap seals, etc. that we used to have? Haven't heard any details about any of that yet.
Only thing I noticed in the screenshots is the absence of the tip tanks with a red "do not use" warning on one of the fuel indicators...which coincided with the visible N number on that particular plane's tail and cockpit markings.

JedWong
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Re: The Comanche Cruise Tutorial

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Great job! :a2a: :D

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Re: The Comanche Cruise Tutorial

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Guys, you might want to take a look at the store now.

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Re: The Comanche Cruise Tutorial

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It's live baby!!!!!! I'm so excited!!!!

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Re: The Comanche Cruise Tutorial

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Great video.
MSFS 2020
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Re: The Comanche Cruise Tutorial

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Hi,
Interesting video. I have to work it anymore. But the drag is not a exp fonction of the speed but a square fonction. Drag= (1/2). Ro. S .V**2. Cx

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Re: The Comanche Cruise Tutorial

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Potuslancer wrote: 17 Jul 2023, 12:41 I’m so excited to finally be flying an A2A aircraft again! I have all the A2A aircraft for FSX-SE but after having flown in MSFS I just can’t go back anymore due to the graphics. If I don’t look outside it’s all good but really, who wants to do that?! It’s just so….. BAD!!

I’m hopeful that A2A will bring my beloved Connie, B377 and B-17 to MSFS also! Now THAT would be a wonderful thing to say the least! How gorgeous would those aircraft look in MSFS?!?

Thanks A2A for all that you’ve done for the flight sim hobby all these years. There is no better in my opinion!
Thank you, Scott, for that very instructive and beautiful video!
I can only second what Potuslancer just said!!

THANKS AGAIN and please keep ´em coming....
CARPE DIEM et FESTINA LENTE

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