Tupolev Tu-144 "Charger" Updated for P3Dv4
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    Tupolev Tu-144 "Charger" Updated for P3Dv4

    https://yadi.sk/d/ku9v4n2uDOVIqQ

    The download is very slow for me so that's about all I can say right now.

    Reference this thread for info on the FSX original:
    https://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforu...4-Charger-v3-5

    I stumbled across this Youtube video which is how I found out about the update. It'll lead you through the startup and a bit on how to use the flight computer too:
    https://youtu.be/EP0PA6apBnw


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    Excellent! Thanks for the links.
    "Try to stay in the middle of the air. Do not go near the edges of it. The edges of the air can be recognized by the appearance of ground, buildings, sea, trees and interstellar space. It is much more difficult to fly there".

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    Slow eh? Makes Simviation look positively sprightly.
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    Hey guys, I was able to figure out the control configurator, start the engines, and take off (with a very long take off roll). The problem is I can't get the brakes to release. Has anyone else had this problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanJZ View Post
    Hey guys, I was able to figure out the control configurator, start the engines, and take off (with a very long take off roll). The problem is I can't get the brakes to release. Has anyone else had this problem?
    I haven't used it in ages but you may want to reverse your mapped brake axis.

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    Actually I JUST figured it out 30 minutes ago. All I had to was use pushback. I thought it had something to do with my simple control setup, (no rudder pedals, just a twist stick).

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    Now updated to 5.7 and available through the Russian Avsim file library.

    https://www.avsim.su/f/p3d-samoleti-...5-7-68021.html

    Also, a patch 5.7.1 is available here: https://avsimrus.com/forum/topic/900...e/59/#comments

    As a reminder, this is a systems simulation of this infamous Soviet era supersonic transport. The latest update simplified a few of the control mappings but it still takes some studying to learn this bird. English-language documents covering the older version 3.5 for FSX are in the Simviation file library.

    Glad to be able to fly this one again.

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    Well that was a palaver, getting the wee patch. That Yandex thing would not work at all using Chrome but I eventually thought Opera! and that worked. Strange as Opera is built upon Chrome. Must be some internal machinations.

    Anyway thanks for the link Sean
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    Anybody else have this problem: the controls move really slow, and it makes controlling the plane on approach and landing nearly impossible because it just ends up oscillating like crazy. Any way to speed up the response of the controls?

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