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    PM Systems and Fast Flying

    Ok, a simple question.
    Every time I want to do a quick flight just for fun, and I start my cockpit including PM systems, all switches are off incl Batt. I have the dark cockpit option off.

    What I want is to have the ac ready for flying without all the startup procedures. Any tips?
    Kester Meijer
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    Hi Kester. THe way I do it is I do not use PMSystems when I want to do a fast flight. The other option is to set up a second file that has the switches you want in the on position and have it ignore the hardware.....

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