Pardon me for asking the most cliche type of question in any type of Aerofly forum... But I continue to believe that the Beechcraft Baron would be the best aircraft in the game if the engines were modeled more accurately.
This would include:
-Mixture levers control fuel/air mixture in the engines.
-Functioning magneto switches.
-Fixing the issue where if a prop is feathered the power from both engines reduced to idle for NO apparent reason. (Makes it hard to practice engine out procedures)
Please take this lightly but I have a hard time understanding how this aircraft can be modeled so beautifully and accurately with practically every system within the aircraft being functional,
But we are left with the unfortunate lapse in realism by having engines that are constantly running.
I can understand not modeling the engine start systems in jets and turboprops, but you already have more than one piston powered aircraft with a modeled engine start system. So, why not the Baron?