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    I really like some of changes in the patch so far, but something seems wrong with engine overheating. Before the patch I could open up my radiator cowling to full and runn at 98% throttle without any overheating, but now after the patch all of the planes seem to overheat much faster and cool down much slower.
    Is this correct?? Have we just been spoiled by the way it was pre-patch or is something wrong with the engine overheating??


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    I really like some of changes in the patch so far, but something seems wrong with engine overheating. Before the patch I could open up my radiator cowling to full and runn at 98% throttle without any overheating, but now after the patch all of the planes seem to overheat much faster and cool down much slower.
    Is this correct?? Have we just been spoiled by the way it was pre-patch or is something wrong with the engine overheating??


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    bird_brain's Avatar Senior Member
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    You are flying the desert map maybe?

    A few posts already say it is hot as in the desert.


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    agreed! thought i was the only one that thought this. thanks for starting a new thread about it.
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    Did you run your tests on the Desert map ?
    If so - try them on a winter map

    There is a difference in Temperature which leads to faster over-heating on the desert map


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    its gunna be cold at 9,000 feet no matter WHERE you are.
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    If you mean feet, then that really isn't high enough. If you mean meters, then something might be up.

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by patch_adams:
    its gunna be cold at 9,000 feet no matter WHERE you are.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Once ya get to 9km (I think you mean) it's cold allright - but FIRST ya gotta get there


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