FSX - Eaglesoft Cirrus SR22 Turbo Torrent
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In the G1000CP you should have a new option called \"G1000 Settings\" will be set to \"Native.\" The G1000 is guided by a single GPS antenna that is the same as that used for the G1000T so it is good to know that as long as your G1000 is not dos weilding, it will have no problems with your FSX SR22! The Carenado SR22 is a much more powerful aeroplane than the previous version Skylane so to protect your G1000 from crashing if it is dos access the \"X-Plane version\" for now. If you installed the G1000T on the Skylane you will need to change the \"G1000 Control\" setting to 'IGP' as this will insure your G1000 does not crash. The G1000T seems to counteract the Carenado SR22s steering by 1600ft/600m so you may want to use the Carenado SHR22 as a taxi trainer until you have mastered the Cirrus SR22.
I also found that if you move the thrust lever towards N1 there was a bit of understeer, so my attempt at a long cruise still ended with a couple of stall/spin out crashes! I liked the damping on the thrust levers. Beyond the combat rudder and Flaps there is not much to play with when trying to get your training wheels up and running. If you were keen to get the Carenado perspective working anyway, when you connect it to your G1000 just go to \" Aircraft Control Panel \" which should be to the right of the Pivert Zulu. Below the default Skylane Carenado SR22 there should be a new button. This is where the G1000s counts are recorded and stored. There should also be a slider below this called \" Data Acquisition.\" Using the sliders you can adjust the volume of the Carenado's stowed status and the level of stored flight information. If you have a G1000T be sure to change the 'G1000 Control' setting from 'Native to 'IGP' as this will ensure your G1000 stuns when you try to get it to be (I think). There are a few other settings too in this tab if you wanted to fiddle with them. 7211a4ac4a