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mgovernali
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Posted: July 22 2018,01:37

Hello Friends. I have a question which is driving me bananas! I'm using P3dV4.2-64. I'm having a really-really hard time adjusting the engine rpms and manifold pressure with the governor engaged in the R22. It all goes very smoothly without (the governor) except that the rpm will eventually red-line, but as soon as I engage the governor, the engine rpm does stay in the green-zone, but surges up and down, and the manifold pressure goes crazy swinging up and down very visibly. Now, I know this is an old issue, and I have tried many -many suggestions to edit the Governor lines within the air file. But my questions is, has anyone found a working fix for this issue yet, I would really appreciate any help. Does Heliforce from our friend Simon from Dodosim address this issue? Thank you guys, much appreciated. marco

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Posted: July 26 2018,14:56

There is no maths or science behind this, it was just something I tried and found that it acceptable

I changed the first parameter in the line "governor_pid = 0.4, 0, 0.1, 0, 0.2" to 0.04

No doubt someone will come along with their own version, but this works for me.
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Posted: July 26 2018,21:48

Thank you so much Kyrelel. Every little bit helps. Im sure you are talking about the first parameter in the set change the .o4 to 0.04 right?
Again so much appreciated. Marco


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