5.11.2020 – 12:07z

TorqueSim Updates SR22 to v1.1 for X-Plane 11

TorqueSim have announced, through their blog pages, that they now have an update available for the ever popular Take Command! SR22.

The update to v1.1 has implemented a number of improvements, bug fixes and some new features. To begin with, they have enhanced all the visuals as well as improving engine behaviour. Pitch and autopilot handling has been improved, in addition to improving visual icing effects. They have added the ability to tune CHT and engine behaviour.

Bug fixes include FMOD soundpack fixes, the ability to hide AviTab, and an improved G1000 screen-space state tracker. They have also fixed a problem some MacOS users were experiencing with some sub-systems being non-operational. A full list of improvements and fixes is given below.

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The SR22 from, Cirrus Aircraft, mixes performance with style. It can operate up to a ceiling of 17,500ft, has a cruise speed of 183ktas, and a range of 1,169nm.

TorqueSim state that customers should receive an email giving instructions on how to obtain the update. However, it can also be accessed by logging into your customer account at the X-Aviation website, and scroll down to the original SR22 download. It will then download the updated version.

The Take Command! SR22 is available from X-Aviation priced at $54.95.

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Improvements / New Features

  • G1000 Terrain Profile Indicator
  • Visual Icing Effects
  • Engine behaviour improvements
  • Visual enhancements throughout
  • Pitch/Autopilot with flap handling improved
  • Engine fluctuation and CHT behaviour tuning

Bug Fixes

  • Better G1000 screen-space state tracker
  • Decal adjustments
  • AviTab show/hide ability
  • FMOD sound-pack improvements
  • Visor behaviour
  • LIT texture adjustments
  • Some sub-systems were non-functional on certain MacOS versions
  • Fixed failed random generator handling
  • Pilot’s cannula visibility
  • Improved TKS behaviour

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