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FSX Engine and Flight Instruments Failure Generator

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The FSX Engine and Flight Instruments Failure Generator program allows the user to simulate the loss of one randomly selected engine (out of 4 max) and up to five flight instruments: Airspeed Indicator (ASI), Attitude Indicator (AI), Altimeter (ALT), Vertical Velocity Indicator (VVI) and Directional Gyro (DG).

The program works with most FSX default aircraft and to varying degrees with payware aircraft depending on how much the payware aircraft adheres to the “FSX way” of doing things. Failures are based on failure probabilities, ranging from 0 to 100%, assigned by the user to the engine(s) and each of the flight instruments. Failures occur at random times within a specified time period called the Failure Window which the user can specify to be from  1 to 240 minutes.  The FSX Engine and Flight Instrument Failure Generator is a Lua program and requires a registered version of FSUIPC4. Operation and Installation manual included.

 

Al Klayton, Dan Sullivan

FSX Engine and Flight Instrument Failure Generator.zip

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