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P3D v5 Turbine Ag Cat Performance

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I am developing a set of turbine Ag-Cats based on the original FS9 model made by Marcel Du Plessis. My main issue is have the aircraft fly with turbine engine properties. I am new to aircraft development, but have mastered the modeling part of the process, but this is where I am stumped right now. I was wondering if it is possible to make the Ag-Cat fly like with the properties of a turbine engine while still having the control surfaces be the same as the radial (The same amounts of inputs do the same thing on each model if that explains it any better).
 
You will need to have turboprop engine sections in the air file instead of the piston engine ones. Basically, the rest can be the same. I'd be inclined to start over with an existing turbo prop file from P3D rather than messing with one from FS9.
Roy
 
You will need to have turboprop engine sections in the air file instead of the piston engine ones. Basically, the rest can be the same. I'd be inclined to start over with an existing turbo prop file from P3D rather than messing with one from FS9.
Roy
I had tried doing that using the new P3D files, as well as replacing the sections in the Aircraft.cfg to the proper turbine properties. I managed to get the engine running without changing the .air file but the throttle would not increase. My axis settings work on all aircraft, so I can’t figure out what’s wrong with it.
 
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