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MC.202 Cockpit Guide

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Thanks Luke! That's a good locking cockpit.. with an "interesting" fuel gauge.

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Thanks!

It was so hard for me to translate from Italian some days ago. :wacko:

Now, Russian variant of MC.202 Cockpit Guide.

Inaccuracies(?)

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I hate reading the speedgauge. It's not good to glance at and get the desired information.

I also see barely a movement in both temperature gauges. Are they not working?

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Yes they are working but moving very slow. 

 

The MC.202 doesn't need much cooling it seems, you can keep the radiators almost closed.

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Some more precise info on the engine operating limits:

 

Max power: 2200 rpm at 1.42 ata, 5 minute limit

Combat power: 2200 rpm at 1.38 ata, 30-minute limit

Max continuous power: 2200 rpm at 1.28 ata

 

Engine boost: effective above 3000 meters, 10-minute limit

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hey!

thanks for this.

 

But i have a question concerning to the pitch and RPM control. If i increase my pitch the rpm starts to sink - if i decrease my pitch the rpm increases. Is this caused of the resistor air and why should i fly in manual mode if there is a ez pz auto mode as well?

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Manual mode was more for when the automatic system failed. Using auto mode was entirely normal and was designed to reduce the pilot's workload.

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I'm flying MC202 a lot, last few weeks, and I think this auto mode is the same that was in 109 E-4 - what that means, it's not a very good "auto mode" like in later 109 variants. In Cliffs od Dover I'm flying 109 only on manual mode, to gain full power from engine. I will try same thing with MC202 and see how it goes.

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