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Yes. I after deleting the files I did the walk around. I went flying and the light came on. I ignored it because it was off the scale showing too high and zero temp. After ignoring it the indications reversed. And switched to high temperature and zero pressure. So I landed and I am now on the ground...
OK. So I deleted data.dat and started afresh. I left KMKC for KABQ and halfway through the flight the oil pressure light comes on again. This time instead of zero pressure, it's too high. Off the scale in fact. But the oil temperature is 0 What did I do this time?
I made two videos of the Lockheed Vega today. One is a quick overview with me going full fan boy on the plane and the update. Video #2 is a "how-to" start and takeoff video. Thank you for the fantastic plane. Flying it all weekend on Twitch! https://youtu.be/MLg-WT6gPW0 @DadGameTime on twitch, twitt...
- 05 Apr 2019, 17:21
- Forum: Lockheed Vega 5 Information
- Topic: Take-off pull to th left
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During take-off, the plane pulls very hard to the left and I cannot correct it with any amount of rudder or aileron input. Can someone remind me what I am doing wrong?