Has anyone done up *really* accurate models for the 20 or 22 for either RMS flightsoft or better yet, Jeppesen FlightStar? I’ve done half-assed ones for FlightStar.

Paul

Has anyone done up *really* accurate models for the 20 or 22 for either RMS flightsoft or better yet, Jeppesen FlightStar? I’ve done half-assed ones for FlightStar.

Paul

Has anyone done up

reallyaccurate models for the 20 or 22 for either RMS flightsoft or better yet, Jeppesen FlightStar? I’ve done half-assed ones for FlightStar.

Paul

I typed all the detailed data for the 20 into FlightStar, but that will be uninteresting to you with a 22. Maybe when I get the 22 I’ll be motivated and type in all that data too.

I tried putting together a model for Flightsoft but it seems to come up with really wacky numbers and is thus useless. I’ve given up on Flightsoft in general.

Paul, I would of guessed that you were close enough to getting your airplane that a simulator wouldn’t do!!! – Any word on when, or whats taking so long?

Bernie

reallyaccurate models for the 20 or 22 for either RMS flightsoft or better yet, Jeppesen FlightStar? I’ve done half-assed ones for FlightStar.

Paul

Paul-

It took a spreadsheet to do it, but I developed a model for the SR20 to use in FliteStar. The SR20 POH gives the performance numbers for -30/0/+30 degrees off of standard, but FliteStar asks for -20/0/+20 degrees, so interpolation (and some extrapolation) was necessary. If you, (or anyone else using FliteStar) would like the file, email me, and send it to you as an attachment.

Since I don’t have my Cirrus yet, I can’t confirm the numbers, so any feedback from others would be welcome.

Kevin

My parallel post for this thread has the wrong email return address, sorry!

Try:

if you want the datafile for the SR20.

Hi Kevin,

I would love a copy of the flight model for the SR-20. I had a feeling that some clever person would come up with one of those.

Thanks so much for putting the effort into this and making it availible.

Jim

reallyaccurate models for the 20 or 22 for either RMS flightsoft or better yet, Jeppesen FlightStar? I’ve done half-assed ones for FlightStar.

Paul

Paul-

It took a spreadsheet to do it, but I developed a model for the SR20 to use in FliteStar. The SR20 POH gives the performance numbers for -30/0/+30 degrees off of standard, but FliteStar asks for -20/0/+20 degrees, so interpolation (and some extrapolation) was necessary. If you, (or anyone else using FliteStar) would like the file, email me, and send it to you as an attachment.

Since I don’t have my Cirrus yet, I can’t confirm the numbers, so any feedback from others would be welcome.

Kevin

Kevin,

Tried to reply via e-mail but your e-mail bounced.

Yes, please. If you send me both the model and the spreadsheet, I’ll whip up the numbers for the '22 when I get my dirty hands on the POH.

Paul

reallyaccurate models for the 20 or 22 for either RMS flightsoft or better yet, Jeppesen FlightStar? I’ve done half-assed ones for FlightStar.

Paul

Paul-

It took a spreadsheet to do it, but I developed a model for the SR20 to use in FliteStar. The SR20 POH gives the performance numbers for -30/0/+30 degrees off of standard, but FliteStar asks for -20/0/+20 degrees, so interpolation (and some extrapolation) was necessary. If you, (or anyone else using FliteStar) would like the file, email me, and send it to you as an attachment.

Since I don’t have my Cirrus yet, I can’t confirm the numbers, so any feedback from others would be welcome.

Kevin

Hi Kevin,

I would also be interested in the spreadsheet, please e-mail it to me.

Thanks

Michael

Hey Kevin,

As a SR20 driver I’d be most interested to test your FliteStar model against the real performance of N144CD.

Many thanks for attaching it to an email to “klinkspoor@hotmail.com”.

Happy simming!

Han Klinkspoor (The Netherlands)

reallyaccurate models for the 20 or 22 for either RMS flightsoft or better yet, Jeppesen FlightStar? I’ve done half-assed ones for FlightStar.

Paul

Paul-

Kevin