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Using The Clutch Of The R22 In FS2004

Sun Mar 14, 2004 3:10 am

I’d like to know how to use the clutch of the R22 in Fs2004. I’ve seen the R44 in action for several times. So I now how quick the rotor starts to turn. Comparing the time from starting the engine until the roter has reached idle-speed it takes at least 30 seconds in reality. But when I start the engine in FS2004 I cannot handle the speed the rotor starts turning. If I switch the “clutch”-pushbutton the rotor reaches idle-speed within a second. How can I start the rotor slower (as in reality)?

Thank you very much for your comments and tipps!

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