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[FS2004] Carenado Cessna 208 Caravan [2021] Download For Computer

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Like I said it's not a perfect beast, but it is still good, and with a bit of new installs and some tweaks (by the way from the first edition of FW) to the aircraft we will soon have the new version (3.1) Carenado 208 that matches the in-game engine. I hope you enjoy the update.

Ok, so lastly and finally, to my personal opinion, to get the best from your Caravan, you need the Carenado 208 (that's the engine of the Vanar) level of detail. If you like to fly fast like my side of the family, then you don't need to worry about those low power cruise setting (I think it's working) and also not to be cruising through shallow water as a matter of course. It is for those that enjoy flying and have their own personal lake at the Carenado facility. The aircraft started life as about 400 Carenado 208s with the Caravan updates, now we are looking at about 600 machines in production. Hmmm, no mistake, it's a big aircraft, that is not to say it won't do what you want it to do, but it's just big enough to be a little overwhelming to fly. If you are thinking of a little girlfriend, you'd better be dead sure you want to own one. The loading door is one of the best in the world, it's so precisely welded and if it works out ok for me it will probably work out ok for you!

The aircraft is not without faults however, the main issue is with the tilt mechanism and how it is used on the Cessna Caravan and Cessna Caravelle. The first time we examined the aircraft we found that a simple increase in the translation axis or a simple change in the angle of the axis can either make the aircraft fly uncontrollably if the RUDs are then set in a forward position. The problem seems to be with having both tilt and RUDs active at the same time on the aircraft (the y axis axis pointing at the pilot instead of the middle of the cockpit. All Caravan and Caravelles have the RUDs not where the mean to pitch the aircraft in the X-Plane standard position, but either to the left or the right and to pitch down or up respectively and both aircraft have this position as a default on all aircraft. The simple solution is to turn the RUDs off until desired and then set the aircraft to a very low pitch. Not fun though as we found after having a few games flying this, the aircraft can pitch back to a near steeper angle than it was set at until you change the pitch again. Happened to me a few times before I figured out why it did this. It is just a little bit easier to turn the tilt axis off and then have the RUDs set to a default value then turn them both on together (and make sure the aircraft is set back to the standard position when done. This however isnt the only issue with the C208B and the tilt mechanism, another is that if your aircraft is flying and then suddenly all of a sudden the tilt stops and starts being locked, the way to solve this is to simply turn the tilt on again. For me this was a bit of an issue when flying Caravelles as when they stall they can be pitched way down and they will suddenly stop the tilt and pitch back. Luckily this doesn't happen with Caravans as this is how they are meant to fly. Another issue is that for the Caravan all RUDs except the Y rudder on the Cessna Caravans have an automatic off function when they are not being used. This means that if your flying the aircraft with ailerons and rudder pedals then press the rudder left and right to control the pitch/yaw, and the RUDs will not be available until you turn them off and back on again, this includes the rudder pedals and throttle, but not the throttles RUDs. Sometimes this causes the aircraft to pitch back uncontrollably. I don't know the cause of this, but I can confirm the issue exists in both v1 and v2 and I have in the past fixed this by unplugging the Cessna Caravan from the PC and then replugging it again before switching on the aircraft. The only other aircraft I know that has this issue is the Cessna UC-78M. Other than the C208B it is a very decent aircraft, but a lit


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