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SQR-Hudson-150Lockheed Hudson

Update #1 – download it here.




Update #1 addresses a number of issues:

  • the small window clickspot on the pilot side is now on the lock knob at the right side of the window handle.
  • the manifold pressure gauge for engine 2 is now corrected.
  • the prop feathering has been corrected. To feather a prop first hit the feathering knob then drag the fuel mixture lever to the cut-off position.
  • the small vents on the cowl sides are removed.
  • The hopping and bobbing of the aircraft while on the ground is hopefully now gone too. On my system the aircraft is now as solid as a rock while on the ground and during view changes.
  • The aircraft remains slippery. I did some changes to make the slowing down a little quicker. One should just remember that slowing down on landings without the flaps extended will result in a slow decay of speed. With flaps extended the aircraft slows down pretty quick. I think this behavior is in line with what is explained in the Pilot Notes of the real aircraft.