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  1. Just to add something, Piper manual is not detailed at all about takeoff technique.
  2. PA28RT-201T The first T is T tail, the second T is Turbocharged. So the "normal" version is only called PA28RT-201. They put a T after the R to distinguish from the Arrow III (PA28R-201). The turbocharged version of the Arrow III is so called PA28R-201T. Hope it is clear.
  3. Thanks for your comments Snave. It's true this is an underpowered model, but I still think the amount of trim up required for takeoff (let's say VR 75 kt) is too much. Unfortunately, I can't explain this in other words... it's about feelings. I have about 8 hours flight time in a real PA28RT-201 Arrow IV (not so much... it's true) and I don't agree about the exaggerated pitching moment. I need to fly this bird again, maybe I will notice it. PS: this is the real one I flown:
  4. Hello Bernd, thanks for your reply. I will try your edits. I just wanted to clarify one thing: Carenado simulates the PA-28RT-201 Arrow IV (Four place, retractable landing gear landplane, Lycoming IO-360-C1C6 engine of 200 hp (149 kW), gross weight 2,750 lb (1,247 kg). First certified on 13 November 1978. Features a T tail), this is not a PA-28RT-201T Turbo Arrow IV (Four place, retractable landing gear landplane, turbocharged Continental TSIO-360-FB engine of 200 hp (149 kW), gross weight 2,900 lb (1,315 kg). First certified on 13 November 1978. Features a T tail). So the Carenado PA28RT-201 is correctly not turbocharged, but it has to be fuel injected like the turbo version! PS: info wikipedia and real manual
  5. update: Antarctica X and US Cities Detroit
  6. I tried to rotate the knobs from the standard vc view. Screen resolution 1920x1080, no widescreen enabled in fsx.cfg.
  7. Try this: http://forum.avsim.net/topic/333295-aerosoft4x-katana-being-prepped-for-release/page__view__findpost__p__1966104
  8. Just tested this little plane in a short local flight. It's awesome! I particularly like the stall warning sound: I've finally found an fsx aircraft with a realistic stall warning, since it starts to be audible 5-10 knots before stall speed, and not AT the stall speed (like 99% of FSX aircrafts out there). Note that I've never flown DA20, but only DA40 in real life, however stall warning system is the same type. And now let's talk about the issue: I use RXP 530, I think that clickspots for outer knob and inner knob are a bit misplaced. However, great work Marcel!
  9. Yes, it's only compatible with RXP GNS 530.
  10. True and now my gns 430/530 with airac 1101 is awesome when flying on IVAO.
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