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crj 200 no panel guages

Postby MTN2421 » Thu Oct 10, 2013 6:02 pm

crj 200 vc panel dosen't show any guages,a well as auto pilot is just a pic. i also have a wide black space at the bottom of screen when trying to get cockpit up. im running fsx. need help. i have same problem in outhe aircraft.
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Re: crj 200 no panel guages

Postby MTN2245 » Sun Oct 13, 2013 2:36 pm

If your CRJ 200 is off the VA fleet site the VC does not work. I have that plane and my auto pilot works fine, you may need to re-install it.
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Re: crj 200 no panel guages

Postby MTN1970 » Sun Mar 08, 2015 10:13 pm

I encountered the same problems on the crj200. No speed control as has been mentioned.
My first flight with this plane, I couldn't get the gear to come down and the trim was hard to control on approach.
I'll try again soon, because maybe it was pilot error. If not, I may reinstall or give up on that a/c and go back to my trusty Beech Duke (turbine.)
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Re: crj 200 no panel guages

Postby MTN001 » Mon Mar 09, 2015 10:12 am

MTN1970 wrote:I encountered the same problems on the crj200. No speed control as has been mentioned.


The CRJ2 does not have an auto-throttle IRL. Because of that, it is not configured in our downloadable version either.

This is my all time favorite plane and I fly it a lot. I've never had issues with either the gear or trim. However, it is a jet that's considerably heavier and faster than the Beech Duke you mention. Trim changes will also therefore have considerably different effects (and feel) on the CRJ than you would expect from the Duke.

I have a rocker switch on my yoke mapped to the trim wheel (again, just like the real plane), and it gets lots of use on approach. Do a YouTube search on 'CRJ2 cockpit' and watch some real-world CRJ2 landings. You'll see in those videos that the pilot's thumb gets quite a workout on approach.
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