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hmm well yea i would hope so, but, the external fly by is temperamental, works most of the time, but mainly i have found its within 1 min or so of take off, the booming in co pilot seat is just unbearable, its pretty overpowering.

i didt get a track of it as i needed to go out quick, ill try later if needed, but seems im not the only one that hears it

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Can you post a short video? I just checked and I dont hear any constant thumping sound in the RIO seat.


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mm strange so no one else hears this?
I'd say no one else is a pretty good estimate, I've never heard of the issue before. Probably something with your exact setup that triggers it.
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not at all there was a few who heard this at first as stated i lost that post.

ok in a bit of a hurry, so very quick tests, as you can hear/see here it happens nearly every time, But on these 3 occasions it did stop, before i had it continuous for around a minute

 

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thanks for looking Mike


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ok, doesn't seem a lot of interest, but i found exactly where it is, and found a 100% way to replicate, work every time, its when rpm just gets to 10 on the rpm dial. as you here the little cick before AB kicks in, then it will boom, in pilot pit

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If the throttle is held precisely at the afterburner threshold (ie. a mal-placed fullmil/AF detent) the AF will keep trying to fire up, but can't get a proper burn. So you get thumps of the afterburner struggling to light and stay lit. This will continue to happen if the throttle remains in that position.

 

Try closing your throttle a bit for full mil power setting, and moving the detent if you have one, to see if the sound disappears. Also, check when you go full afterburn, does the sound disappear?


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5 hours ago, wowbagger said:

If the throttle is held precisely at the afterburner threshold (ie. a mal-placed fullmil/AF detent) the AF will keep trying to fire up, but can't get a proper burn. So you get thumps of the afterburner struggling to light and stay lit. This will continue to happen if the throttle remains in that position.

 

 

Iceman often does it to me and it's quite annoying


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I was testing Iceman after latest update so I was able to experience his throttle management too 🙂


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8 minutes ago, 51GRIZZLY said:

You can avoid the thumbing sound by telling Iceman to keep the speed below 400 KTS while circling around the bombing/target area.

That will depend on the gross weight, stores and altitude.


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