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About CRJ900

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  1. Die Rede war hier nicht vom reverse, sondern von ground idle mit speedbrakes up. Allein durch die Luft und Bodenreibung muss sich der Speed abbauen - das ist Fakt und einfache Energieerhaltung. Aber gut, wir schweifen vom Thema ab.
  2. Stimmt nicht. Ein Bekannter Fliegt die -8F und wenn diese leicht ist dann beschleunigt sie von alleine auf bis zu 30 knoten. Die Technik dabei ist diese dann auf 25 Knoten (auf Geraden) beschleunigen zu lassen und dann mit den Bremsen auf 11-15kt abbremsen. Dieses wird (vor allem vor Kurven) immer wieder wiederholt. Dabei sind die brake temps nie ein Problem. Setz dich doch mal in den Sim und versuch die PMDG zu landen, beobachte dabei die Airspeed. Im idle und mit spoilers deployed (autobrake off) baut sie keinen speed ab - tolle Physik, was?
  3. Korrekte Techniken und PMDG Physik lassen sich eher schlecht in einem Satz vereinen. Die Bremsen in der 747 überhitzen viel zu schnell - in Echt hat man nur nach einer Landung hohe Temperaturen. Wäre dies der Fall beim Taxeln würde den Hobel wohl niemand in Echt bestellen.
  4. Wait, is this some customer option? Because as far as I know the real CRJ9 doesnt do that. There's a reason for the nav source selector, let alone the common TR with the CRJ2.
  5. Could you maybe publish the changelog alredy?
  6. On a sidenote - when can we expect the Connected Flightdeck to be implemented into the CRJ? Would certaily make the bird a LOT more fun to fly.
  7. The funny thing is I don't even have any axis asigned via FSUIPC as I use the free version. All axis were asigned via P3Dv4 - including the steering axis for the tiller. And it also wasn't icing since the EICAS would warn one about that, should any probe-heaters fail etc. I've read the CRJ manuals (real ones) and I do have a good undertstanding what the airplene is capable of and how it should perform within the normal envelope.
  8. Looking forward to the changelog. Is the excessive drag bug fixed in SP1 that happened for various unknown reasons before?
  9. I have the same issue. When you advance power (and my joystick/htrottle has 0 spikes as all other aircraft work fine) the N1 first drops then rises.
  10. That is actually the MAJOR effect (downside) of sharklets. The reduced induced grad and thus reduced descent rate while maintaining or reducing the speed. Ask any Airbus pilot who has flown the sharklets. That's aerodynamics 101.
  11. Unable, because sharklets reduce the induced drag and thus make the descent capabilities a lot worse than on non-sharklet busses. Ask for an extended downwind. Unless you want to drop the anchor (gear), go full spoiler + AP off (stuka mode) and try your luck of course... just like the russians do it.
  12. Can confirm this very behaviour on my end as well. The logic needs to be fixed. Shouldn't be too hard.
  13. Having exactly the same thing since release. Both in v3 and v4.2
    Terrific livery! Very accurate as well, like one would expect from the one and only Holgi! And quite frankly, it doesn't look too bad on the CRJ either.
  14. Nice! But please theck the "M" letter in the registration, as it's a bit different in reality and also please remove the warning label from the engines. I'll send you some reference pictures via. DM.
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