Thanks for your advice, it is very accurate, but I clarify:
1º).- I have extensive experience with flight simulators, practically since the release of Microsoft’s Sim in the 80’s.
2º) - I have the Aerofly FS (now FS 1) since its release; that extra 330, behaved very well in aerobatics with the limitations of all Sims.
3º) - I have since its launch, the Aerofly FS 2, which in addition to an Extra 330 that works very well, and the Pitts S-2B, I have other aerobatics adapted to Aerofly FS 2, such as: Yak-55M and XtremeAir Abach 300. These last two fly even better than Aerofly FS 2’s own Extra 330.
I also have extensive flying experience in real aircraft: Cesna 172 SP, and a wide variety of U.L.M., including two of my own: Coyote 1 and especially the Sakota aerobatic, with 852 hours of flight time quantified in the latter two.
Of course, with all the above, I consider unnecessary to clarify that I know very well how to perform a looping. I mention the looping, because it is the maneuver that this MSFS Extra 330 performs frankly badly, although also very bad, the barrels, augers, etc… Naturally, on my PC. Surely on yours, it performs these maneuvers much better judging by the description you give me in your reply.
However, it performs reasonably well the loopings with the aircraft: Cesna 152, Zlin Savage CUB, Zlin Shock Ultra, etc.
You advise me to start the looping with speeds between 100 and 190 kts. I start this maneuver with speed equal or higher than 140 kts. And this maneuver is executed very badly. If I started it with 100 kts. It would not even get vertical, it has a very fast speed decrease with stall.
Of course, I have OFF. All the piloting assistants.
And now, something much worse (and hard to believe):
(a) - I fly almost always in “ready to fly”.
b) - This MSFS Extra 330 stops the engine very often; I start it and it stops again, every day, it stops almost when I turn it on again.
c) Sometimes it appears on the runway with the engine stopped, I start it, and sometimes I start it but sometimes it doesn’t do it. It is not the only one that stalls the engine, also do it: Cessna 152; Baron G 58, Cesna Citation CJ4, King, and others that are the ones that I usually fly. These two have never stalled: Zlin Savage CUB, and Zlin Shock Ultra,
d) - This is hard to believe : after restarting the engine, it runs with non-uniform rpm; it goes in jerks (accelerates and decelerates with regular time intervals) until it stops again.
e) - and the most difficult yet : While in flight, with the engine rpm (and consequently, its power) failing, all the avionics of the instrument panel are turned off, all the digital displays are turned off, but the engine continues to work, although irregularly.
I look forward to your advice, and of course for me, the strangest thing (even more than those incorrect loopings), are the engine stalls and all those strange irregularities in its operation.
My mother tongue is not English, so I hope the translation is accurate enough, especially with the meaning of the technical jargon, which is where translators make the biggest mistakes. If you find strange words, they would be due to the translation.
Kind regars: Delfin