A brand new update for the Kodiak 100 Series II has been released by SimWorks Studios. The new update, available for Microsoft Flight Simulator owners, improves various aspects of the already fantastic product.
The new update fixes a number of bugs with the plane, whilst also adding a few small new features and functionality. For example, there has been changes to the N1 at both high and low idle, whilst numerous labels in the virtual cockpit are now corrected. New AI models have also been added, and performance has been improved by using ‘dummy’ screens when the aircraft is viewed from a distance. There has also been overall improvements to the electrical system of the Kodiak 100 by SimWorks Studios.
Kodiak 100 Series II Changelog
- Changed low idle to 54% N1.
- Changed high idle to 68% N1.
- Fixed pitch trim mismatch when disengaging AP.
- Improved Autopilot PID for NAV & LOC hold.
- Increased propeller drag significantly and corrected engine output at lower power settings
- Corrections to AC physics system to account for wind from all directions when doors are open.
- Added TAWS INHIBIT function.
- Fixed overhead reading light casting even when potentiometre was off.
- Various code improvements and fixes.
- Fixed AP, AoA and O2 lights culling in all cockpit variants.
- Fixed inverted VS wheel animation.
- Re-rigged hobbs metre (engine time).
- Corrected stray labels in all VCs.
- Added AI models.
- LOD2 now has dummy screens for performance (all variants).
- Improvements to the electrical system.
- Separated G1000 screen brightness from buttons and made screen fully dimmable for night flying.
- Increased autopilot panel minimum brightness to 2% when on.
- Changed torque gauge readout graduation to 10 instead of 1ft-lb.