A2A Simulations – Accu-Sim Comanche 250 MSFS Update v1.5

A2A Simulations’ latest update v1.5 for the Accu-Sim Comanche 250 in Microsoft Flight Simulator brings several significant enhancements and bug fixes. One notable fix addresses an issue where the airplane would creep after engine run-up with brakes or chocks applied, which was a post-SU15 occurrence. Additionally, a bug preventing movement away from parking spots in freezing temperatures has been resolved, ensuring smoother operations regardless of weather conditions.

Improvements to synchronization between navigation light switching and relay click sounds, as well as fixing air pressure display errors in the altimeter Kollsman window when set to imperial units, enhance the overall realism and accuracy of the simulation experience. Battery performance in cold temperatures has been slightly boosted to aid engine start reliability, and the lifespan of oil pump and oil lines has been extended for better longevity and realism. Furthermore, adjustments to fresh air vents’ effectiveness and enhancements to display logic for the center of gravity in the tablet contribute to a more immersive and authentic flying experience.

Moreover, the update includes enhancements for force-feedback hardware, providing additional telemetry variables to optimize the integration of external peripherals. Notably, the initialization sequence for the WT GNS is now omitted when the aircraft is loaded with avionics power already on, streamlining the startup process. These updates collectively refine the Accu-Sim Comanche 250 experience, ensuring a more polished and realistic representation of this iconic aircraft within the MSFS platform.

Changelog Version 1.5.0

  • Fixed airplane creeping post SU15 when engine is run up with brakes or chocks applied
  • Fixed a bug preventing airplane from moving away from parking spot in some locations when outside air temperature is well below freezing
  • Improved synchronization between navigation light switching and relay click sound when using panel light rheostat
  • Fixed air pressure display error in altimeter Kollsman window when set to use imperial units (inHg)
  • Improved battery performance slightly at very cold temperatures allowing for better chance of engine start
  • Extended the lifespan of the oil pump and oil lines
  • Slightly reduced the effectiveness of the fresh air vents
  • Improved the display logic for centre of gravity in tablet
  • Added additional telemetry variables for force feedback hardware
  • Omitted WT GNS initialization sequence when aircraft is loaded with avionics power already on
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