Can't increase torque in rotorcraft

Can't increase torque in rotorcraft

Post by Daniel Mage » Sun, 09 May 1999 04:00:00



Every once in a while when I go to the B206 or other rotarcraft in FS98 and
try to increase torque the gauge goes backwards and I am not even getting
off the ground and no more control authority than while idle.  This only
happene when I switch from a fixed wing to rotary and then only about 30% of
the time.  I have tried to switch back to fixed and then back to rotary, no
joy.   I have the patch and converter installed.  It is running on P2 400
with 64MB, AGP STB 4400, Soundblaster 64 PCI.

Daniel Magee
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