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Brush up on Engine Management

Post  Herbert Wolfgang on Sat Mar 08, 2014 9:52 am

Just before the Campaign official starts tomorrow I want to check with everyone on engine management (RPM, OIL & WATER RAD %) for all the German aircraft... Something I ask mostly every flight >.>

I would also like to hear everyone's opinion as to what causes either Water or Oil damage i.e. Rads closed too much, running high temps too long, excessive combat etc. I have tried simulating different scenarios this evening and seem to get mixed results... and it is always a pain, to everyone, when a rad bursts before or during a battle...

Cheers

Wolfie

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Re: Brush up on Engine Management

Post  Rudolf Farber on Sat Mar 08, 2014 9:59 am

Before the last patch it was much more dynamic...  However now its:

Oil - RPM
Water - Ata

Thats it...

To a degree airflow over water rad also... This means SPEED! Going slow means open it up!  This is where most people pop it, especially the 109.  Need to crank it wide open in those upper apex's of climb...

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Re: Brush up on Engine Management

Post  Herbert Wolfgang on Sat Mar 08, 2014 10:03 am

hmmm this is probably why I was having mixed results in my tests! cheers for the info!

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What i fly with...

Post  Herbert Wolfgang on Sat Mar 08, 2014 11:23 pm

Ok, so the engine management settings I would typically fly to (depending on the scenario...)

109:
Do not exceed 2600 RPM
At cruise - OIL - 60% OPEN
At cruise - WATER - 3/4 OPEN
Do not exceed temps of 95° on either WATER & OIL

110:
Do not exceed 2600 RPM
At cruise - OIL - 60% OPEN
At cruise - WATER - 60% OPEN
Do not exceed temps of 95° on either WATER & OIL

JU87:
Do not exceed 2600 RPM
At cruise - OIL - 60%
At cruise - WATER - 3.5/6 OPEN
Do not exceed temps of 95° on either WATER & OIL

JU88:
Do not go to or exceed RED LINE (2500) RPM
At cruise - OIL - 60%
At cruise - WATER - 60%
Do not exceed temps of 95° on either WATER & OIL

HE111:
Do not go to or exceed 2400/2500 RPM
at cruise - OIL - 60%
At cruise - WATER - any visual indicator?
Do not exceed temps of 95° on either WATER & OIL

Anyone disagrees or flies with different settings? Feel free to comment!!!

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