anyone flying the TBM900 and has recommendations which settings/profile to use?
Thanks and regards,
I’m considering to buy the cls-E yoke next week, so i’m interested aswell but i think you can ask Totorikto on the hot start discord, he might help you how to set the force vs airpspeed. He aldo told me to not activate yoke vibration at engine start as the engine on the tbm doesn’t create vibration on the yoke
yes, thanks. I wrote already on the discord channel. but so far no answer. This airplane is so popular at the moment (the best x-plane airplane so far) – I hope someone who has the experience will provide a realistic profile for it.
Totorikto told me he will help me make an accurate profile.
Does the force feedback (CLS-E) work well with the tbm900 ?
I will get my Yoke (CLS-E) next week, I hope so 🙂
Nice, i’ll order mine this WE, but it should work, toto added the needed dataref in the current update, if it’s not enough he will quickly provide them ?
yes, no doubt he will help. What a fun plane! Btw my name on Discord is citylighthd.
Gotcha, mine is cmbelite-fr
Could you tell me please how to install this or where in CLS2SIM to input which figures? I gather the spreadsheet represents forces, but I can’t tell which are for pitch and which are roll. Additionally, there’s no indication of any figures for travel. Thanks in advance.
Well don’t bother, I’vez already made a profile with it 🙂
There is 2 profiles take the latest one: the V2 ( From Camille MB & Totoritko)
its this one : see attached
Just to go to the cloud on the cls sim software and download my profile
Thanks so much!
Glad to help. Feel free to give me your impression. Someone told me that i was a bit stiff at low speed compared to other GA aircraft he flew. I did increase a bit the force at low speed to better handfly during apporach because i felt that when little force is applied on the yoke, when you release the yoke, it doesnt go back quick enough to the neutral trimmed position.
Also there is an issue currently with the software: it takes into account the True airspeed instead of the indicated air speed. So even if you climb at a constant IAS speed like 150 Kts, the force applied on the yoke should remained the same, its currently not the case with the software as it takes the TAS and the TAS increase during climb and decrease duirng descent, so don’t be scared if you get a stiffer yoke when you climb. Brunner told me that they will add an option to choose between IAS and TAS in the next software update and i will update the profile accordingly
Will be happy to give feedback. Bear in mind I’m a student pilot not a TBM jockey. I am told however that their controls are on the firm side, IRL.
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