Peters Paints!

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Re: Peters Paints!

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I had never realised before that this forum was also educational.
Graham :wasntme:
Not meant to be educational Graham, just sarcastic!

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Re: Peters Paints!

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behavoir.....and there was me thinking that it was French! :doh:

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Re: Peters Paints!

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robcarrich wrote:
27 Apr 2018, 07:28
Hi Rob, I took the Pembroke out today and am reminded how much I liked it.
I did notice once tiny issue with the manifold pressure gauge in that it never reaches 15 even though the red-line is at 30.
I tested it in both FSX and P3D4 with the same behavior.
Joe, you need to find a good optician if that's the only fault you can find :lol:
I do use the term "not accurate" when describing the models on my site.
But you are quite right the reading is low.
If you go into the aircraft cfg.file in the [piston engine] section find "max_design_mp= 100" change to this value.
By the way Joe, behaviour is spelt behaviour not behavior :lol:

RobR
Thanks Rob I will try that. I only noticed the MP gauge because I was trying to get the engines into cruise configuration so I did not look closely at the others. Interesting that you noticed my missing 'U' and not my other grammatical error.
Joe Cusick,

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Re: Peters Paints!

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Had a few Sea Prince paints knocking about for quite a while and have decided to finish and release them for the Pembroke (even though the wings are 8 feet too long!). Two already up at Flightsim.com, the Admiral's barge should be up tomorrow.
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Re: Peters Paints!

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work in progress(along with a few others!).
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Re: Peters Paints!

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:) :) :)

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Re: Peters Paints!

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Looking good, Peter! :thumbsup:

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Re: Peters Paints!

Post by Molyned »

Excellent job Peter. :agree:
Pleased to see that your first repaint is of an Oxford from a Beam Approach Training Flight .
The Beam Approach system was an early form of the I.L.S. Oxfords engaged in such training wore bright yellow triangles on the fuselage as shown, to warn nearby pilots to keep clear because the Oxford pilot had no direct external views being under a hood.
Fortunately I've included a Beam Approach Indicator on the panel which responds to I.L.S. frequencies.
Cheers :cheers:
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Re: Peters Paints!

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Damn nearly forgot the triangle on the roof! Now uploaded to Flightsim.com with FS9 & FSX versions, should be available tomorrow PM.
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Re: Peters Paints!

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Next up! Central Flying School, Upavon 1938.
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