Saturday, June 29, 2013

Video - Aerosoft Airbux X Engine Start

FSX/P3D. Joshua Che., one of the Aerosoft Airbus X 318/319 developers has posted a new video this morning. The video offers an engine start preview from the perspective of the instrument panel. Obviously, the project is making some strides forward. Video link inside.

To watch video, click image below or alternatively - click here

 
See the most recent page of the official Aerosoft preview thread - click here
 

13 comments:

Nothing to see here said...

Nice.

if only they would consider doing EPR for the IAE engines.....

p3 said...

not much of an airbus guy here. what am I suppose to be seeing here ?

Sticking with Airbus said...

The big thing is that it is normal start up, the engines start up and stay at idle just like the real one does.
Unlike most FS aircraft (simulator limitation). I hope that helps.

Aaron Graham said...

A complete manual engine start which does not require 'CTRL+E' like in the current one.

p3 said...

I'm a bit doubtful that in the current version of the airbus (v1.10) you are only able to power up the engines using ctrl+e.

James said...

I dont use CTRL+E in the current one - can do a manual start already in the AXE using the APU bleed, ignition switch and engine cutoff switches

Ryan said...

They have EPR for the IAE engines.

DMac10121 said...

I completely understand Aerosoft's decision not to model wing flex, and this is by no means a complaint although there is definitely wing flex. I really don't mean to be antagonistic, although if you watch in this video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LL0p9XTMXhs) from around 9 to 12 minutes you can see the wing hanging low (as it does in the Extended) and being straight once in the air.

Aaron Graham said...

Don't flog a dead horse...put this topic to sleep.

ESSONO Fritz said...

No, they don't.

Anonymous said...

Gonna have to start a drinking game based on the words "wing flex". I'd be drunk pretty much around the clock.

DMac10121 said...

I was worried about that posting this. I completely know it won't change, and I really shouldn't have put that up there.

Nothing to see here said...

@James

That's actually not a manual start. There are "ENG MAN START" pushbuttons on the overhead panel for real manual starts. (FCOM 1.70.80 p6)

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