TBM900 Profile

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  • #1024

    cmbaviator
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    Yeah that’s what toto (tbm dev) told me.

    #1029

    hamsammich
    Participant

    One last question:
    Does the plane require any editing in PlaneMaker, as others do, to alter the trim? And do you need to take any other steps to configure it?

    Best,

    marshall

    #1030

    cmbaviator
    Participant

    No need 🙂

    #1031

    hamsammich
    Participant

    Hmmm.. No need to even change the trim to Zero in PlaneMaker the way Brunner’s tutorial showsfor other planes? Does Totoritko have some kind of menu option in his plane to account for using a Brunner?

    #1032

    cmbaviator
    Participant

    No need, i spoke about that with Toto, i’ve have several dozen hours with the tbm +brunner yoke +my profile and no issue. All is working: hardware trim, AP….

    #1033

    hamsammich
    Participant

    Wonderful news! I’m a turboprop slut, and I’ve never seen a better-crafted machine than the TBM. It’s truly a wonder.

    #1034

    cmbaviator
    Participant

    Haha. I was more into ailriner and the tbm just made love the GA, but it has to have at least a G1000, i’m a glass cockpit slut lol. Even if i enjoy flying in between like the 737-300 from IXEG

    #1059

    hamsammich
    Participant

    Just checking back in. I got the TBM and downloaded the profile. Took it for a ride and found it was unbelievably stiff. As in pulling with all my might. Just wondering, are you experiencing this? I know RW TBMs need a firm hand, but nothing like what I’m seeing here. What a spectacular piece of code this model is, though. Wow!

    best,

    Marshall

    #1068

    cmbaviator
    Participant

    As which part of the flight ?

    Don’t forget that the is a flaw with the speed in the software, even if you climb at the same speed IAS, the control will get stiffer because the software only takes into account the TAS, so the more you climb, the more stiffer it will get.

    It should be fine during final approach and initial climb. The TBM is very sensitive, so the stiffness doesn’t bother me as it easy to make correction

    #1078

    hamsammich
    Participant

    In the RW, forces should simply rise with the number of air molecules flowing over surfaces, yes? So 300 true at FL280 shouldn’t feel any different from 300 true at 5K, plus ISA deviation. Or am I looking at this wrong?

    #1079

    cmbaviator
    Participant

    I’m afraid, you’ are a bit off.

    Force on the one axis is : 0.5*Air density mass*V²*d, d being the axis deflection (True AS), so same speed but different altitude = different air density.

    However flying at the same Indicated Air Speed 5K or FL 280 will result in the same force on the yoke.

    But IAS will be implemented in the next software update, so with the profile, you will notice less stiffness

    Force VS Airpseed Profile ( Flaw)

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