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LukeFF, August 11, 2015 in Manuals, Tutorials, Guides and Tips
Thank you Luke,
Thanks Luke! That's a good locking cockpit.. with an "interesting" fuel gauge.
Interesting, the Folgore had a variometer at that time.
Well done Luke ... thanks
Thanks a lot Luke
It was so hard for me to translate from Italian some days ago.
Now, Russian variant of MC.202 Cockpit Guide.
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?
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.
Ah. Thanks. I guess I need to have a closer look at the temperatures then.
Thanks again Luke.
Thanks Luke very helpful!
Many grateful emotions are spewing your way from my inner most sensitive areas.
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
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?
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.
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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