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Old 09-08-2009, 04:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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A2A Piper Cub

Very nice add on!
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Old 09-28-2009, 12:49 PM   #2 (permalink)
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For some reason, whenever I fly it, the engine just sputters and dies!
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Old 09-29-2009, 01:01 PM   #3 (permalink)
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For some reason, whenever I fly it, the engine just sputters and dies!
Strange. It has never happened to me yet.

Here are some idea
1. Piper doesn't have a manual mixture control, so it's defaulted to sea level. If you fly from high altitude airport it could be an issue I suspect
2. Developers claim that A2A model is sensitive to carb icing. So may be when you go below 2000 rpm with sufficient moisture it could be a case
3. Make sure that your engine is overhauled and oil changed in a maintenance window/menu
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Strange. It has never happened to me yet.

Here are some idea
1. Piper doesn't have a manual mixture control, so it's defaulted to sea level. If you fly from high altitude airport it could be an issue I suspect
2. Developers claim that A2A model is sensitive to carb icing. So may be when you go below 2000 rpm with sufficient moisture it could be a case
3. Make sure that your engine is overhauled and oil changed in a maintenance window/menu
I think it might be the carb icing issue. Another person told me that as well. I'll try it out tonight.
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I think it might be the carb icing issue. Another person told me that as well. I'll try it out tonight.
Did you download new patch? In readme file it addresses issue similar to your
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