timi wrote: ...update you just pushed and the latest update at the time was four days old?
Sorry if what I said at the start of my previous message wasn't clear - what I meant to say was that "sorry for forgetting to push (to the right repository) - I've now pushed the changes to my github".
Currently I'm working on the Roll SAS based on what's in TM 81833
I think the Yaw SAS works as advertised. It stabilizes landings by reducing the
tendency to dutch roll. And I think it allows less cross controlling between the
stick and the pedals when landing. It also made flying through thermals easier
with less work on the controls.
Also about sounds. I took a new tool to my arsenal, and that is
real-time spectrum analysis.
This is the N2 whine from an F110-GE-129B engine. Not
specifically the same as in the F-14B but perhaps something to
think about anyway. The pitch of the sound goes from 1679 Hz
to 4470 Hz. From idle to afterburner.
This is the N1/N2 whine from your F-14B.
The analysis came from this video.
And this is an approach and landing from an F-16 with likely the same
engine by the looks of the plot.