|File Name:||avenger_tbm3uupx.zip||File size:||9.20 MB|
|FSX Grumman TBM3 Avenger. This is an update for FSX of the Avenger TBM3U by A.F. Scrub. A trim gauge and a fuel gauge have been added to the panel The 2D view angle has been changed as has the view zoom. The contact points have been changed to where they should be and the brakes adjusted so that it is harder to nose into the runway while braking. Also changed is the position of the wing apex, the horizontal stabilizer, the vertical stabilizer, and the engine. One of the beacon lights was changed to a white nav light and its position changed a bit, and changed the other nav light numbers to 3 that were 8 so they are visible. This update contains the whole aircraft. By Bob Chicilo.|
Grumman TBM3 Avenger for FSX Readme
This is an update for FSX of the Avenger TBM3U by A.F.Scrub. I have added a trim gauge and a fuel gauge to the panel, changed the 2D view angle, and the view zoom. I have changed the contact points to where they should be and adjusted the brakes so that it is harder to nose into the runway while braking. I also changed the position of the wing apex, the horizontal stabilizer, the vertical stabilizer, and the engine. I changed one of the beacon lights to a white nav light and changed its position a bit, and changed the other nav light numbers to 3 that were 8 so they are visible. This update contains the whole aircraft.
I have A.F. Scrub's permission for this update. He added the RKG fuel gauge to the VC, which I was forgetting to do.
Unzip to a folder of your choice. If you don't already have this aircraft, copy the aircraft folder to the FSX airplanes folder, and then copy the RKG gauge to the main FS gauges folder. No need to overwrite if already there.
If you already have the aircraft, you can just copy the air and aircraft.cfg files to the aircraft folder and overwrite the ones there. Then copy the panel.cfg file to the panel folder and overwrite the one there. Copy the RKG gauge to the main FSX gauges folder. No need to overwrite if already there.
The panel.cfg file, and the air and aircraft.cfg files outside the aircraft folder, are the same as the ones inside the aircraft folder. They are there for the convenience of those with the aircraft already installed.
cruise_speed=174.00 //knots indicated
max level speed=305 //knots over the ground at 15,000 ft. (249 indicated)
The above is a reference for the performance of the aircraft after my adjustments. Cruise was obtained at, or near, 30 inches of manifold pressure.
Anyone: You have my permission to use any of my updates with the following conditions: One, you don't try to make money with them. Two, you don't try to hurt, or take something from anyone by using them.