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== Aircraft help ==
|name =GDT Hornet
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=== Startup ===
|type = Autogyro
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# Accelerate the rotor by hand {{key press|n}}
|authors = -
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# Set magneto switch to both {{key press|} }}
|fdm = -
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# Start engine {{key press|s}}
|status = -
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# Release parking-brake {{key press|B}}
|fgname = <tt>-</tt>
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# Full power
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# Wait for the rotor to reach sufficient rpm (~300)
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#* The rotor accelerates faster if you pull the stick)
  
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== External link ==
[[Category:Helicopters]]
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* [http://www.gdt-systems.com/body.asp GDT Systems: Hornet Autogyro]

Latest revision as of 08:54, 1 August 2016

Midwest Hornet Autogiro
FGAddon
Hornet.jpg
Type Autogyro
Manufacturer Midwest Engineering & Design
Author(s)
  • Emmanuel Baranger (3D)
  • Don Shoebridge (3D)
  • Maik Justus (FDM)
FDM YASim
--aircraft= hornet
Status Alpha
Development
 Website The website for the Midwest Hornet Autogiro developments.
 Repository The development repository of the Midwest Hornet Autogiro.
Download Download the Midwest Hornet Autogiro aircraft package for the current stable release (2018.3).
License GPLv2+

Aircraft help

Startup

  1. Accelerate the rotor by hand n
  2. Set magneto switch to both }
  3. Start engine s
  4. Release parking-brake B
  5. Full power
  6. Wait for the rotor to reach sufficient rpm (~300)
    • The rotor accelerates faster if you pull the stick)

External link