Edited by apollomaker, 20 February 2012 - 03:56 PM.
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Posted 20 February 2012 - 03:42 PM
Hello All ------Well, I finally broke down and added the A36 to my hangar of favorite aircraft. Been flying it for a couple of days now, and it is doing very well, so far.During this break-in period, came up with a few little hints and kinks that might be of interest to other A36ers and elsewhere.1. During my first "flight following" session with ATC, noticed that the A36 had no names.....ATC did not know what to call it so..... I changed the stock atc_type ( under [General]) designation from "Beechcraft" to "Beech" and now ATC recognizes I am flying a Beech !!!!2. This is such a premiere version of the Bonanza, that I wanted to go for the "max" and make it an A36TC to add a little muscle for hustle, and also add a little more fuel capacity for some extended range flying. Actually kind of a mix between the A36TC and the G36 (must use some imagination too). If you read up on the specs of the A36TC, you can imagine the few changes I made to implement an approximation. If you do decide to try this mod, do not forget that when adding significant torque increases, you must make some tweaks to the prop-shaft ratio to compensate.I considered the Reality XP upgrades available but I do not want to switch away from the FSX map database. And I am pleased with the stock Carenado HSI and GPS so I guess I am good to go.By the way, has anyone done any additional quality Hi-Def liveries for this plane??? Would appreciate knowing if there are some more available.Best Regards --- Great Job Carenado and HELLO BERNT -- I know you had a hand in this one too -- NICE JOB!Looking forward to see how the C90 turns out !!!!! ----- Regards, Bob
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Posted 28 February 2012 - 10:57 AM
I took your suggestion one step further. Instead of "Beech", I typed in "Bonanza". Now ATC calls me a Bonanza. Thanks for the tip.Bill
1. During my first "flight following" session with ATC, noticed that the A36 had no names.....ATC did not know what to call it so.....I changed the stock atc_type ( under [General]) designation from "Beechcraft" to "Beech" and now ATC recognizes I am flying a Beech !!!!