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Old 04-01-2011, 04:17 AM
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Thank you for the videos guys.
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Old 04-01-2011, 05:32 AM
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Still no go here in starting the Hurri:
Pitch to low for less work for engine startup.
Magnetos on.
Fuel Cock.
Fuel mixture rvich.
Hand Pump 5-10 times.
Start Engine.
Puff, nothing.
Where is the Hand Pump in the Hurri / Spit?
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Old 04-01-2011, 07:02 AM
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Where is the Hand Pump in the Hurri / Spit?
Hurris should be right next to the right side of your seat I think.
Or you can always bind it to a button for easy access
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Old 04-01-2011, 07:10 AM
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Bit confused about the pitch setting/wording.
Watched this:

Seen different wording of the setting, like: pitch 100%, forward, up, coarse...
Is up on the lower-left side in CoD=100%=coarse?

During take-off you should set fine pitch(?).
Is that all the way back then? Seen the start-up videos by the people here where the prop-pitch is all the way forward during take-off roll...
Isn't that coarse pich? Used for (high-)alt flying?

Can anyone tell how to use the mixture correctly also?

Great fun anyway
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Thanks, i´ll try it on the evening...

Why binding buttons? Using the mouse in cockpit is an great feature
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Old 04-01-2011, 07:56 AM
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I am trying to figger out the hurricane mixture...
It seems to be linked to the throttle. I can only increase the mixture when throttle has been opened ... and if they are both open and I lower the throttle the throttle lever pushes the mixture lever down with it. Looks like it is designed to link the two settings. But it seems to be buggy and sometime the mixture lever moves due to the throttle movement but the actual mixture setting doesn't change.
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Old 04-01-2011, 08:04 AM
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Just checked the Bf 109 E compendium from Luftfahrtarchiv Hafner. Apparently the half-open water cooler is correct. According to the Kurzbetriebsanleitung it's not supposed to open any further and the pilot is to keep an eye on the water temperatures all the time (and close the cooler if they drop too much).
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Old 04-01-2011, 12:31 PM
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I am trying to figger out the hurricane mixture...
It seems to be linked to the throttle. I can only increase the mixture when throttle has been opened ... and if they are both open and I lower the throttle the throttle lever pushes the mixture lever down with it. Looks like it is designed to link the two settings. But it seems to be buggy and sometime the mixture lever moves due to the throttle movement but the actual mixture setting doesn't change.
Try to see if you don't have duplicate settings for mixture. maybe your throttle axis has been set to throttle AND mixture.

You might be correct though that this is supposed to be linked... But in my experience it isnt. also try to disable the antromorphic thingy..

For some reason when I have not set my throttle correctly and I press ignite and the engine fails to start my steer-collumn and throttle reset to default position. very annoying. might be related to the antromorphic thingy. I have to test it still with this disabled.
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Old 04-01-2011, 01:17 PM
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Just checked the Bf 109 E compendium from Luftfahrtarchiv Hafner. Apparently the half-open water cooler is correct. According to the Kurzbetriebsanleitung it's not supposed to open any further and the pilot is to keep an eye on the water temperatures all the time (and close the cooler if they drop too much).
Good to know and thanks for info!

This is not IL2 so I make no assumptions any more in regards to aircraft, lol.
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