I have searched these forums for a bit and googled other places as well, but I can’t find any solution to this problem I seem to be having. I know that Turboprop logic was updated last patch, but I don’t know exactly what that means.
Anyhow, here is my problem:
I push the propeller RPMs up to full after starting the plane. During taxi, the RPM seems to be staying fine (and the sound seems correct) and the speed is what I expect it to be, given my throttle. Then I fly my route and land at my destination. As I come off the runway after landing, and having brought the throttle back down to 0, the RPM remains super high (and the sound reflects this). During taxi i have to keep holding down my brakes to not go up towards 40-50 knots. It’d probably go even higher if I let it. And that’s at 0 throttle. Before taking off from my departure airport, the plane would be still at 0 throttle 100 RPM.
If I bring the RPM controls down to 0 and then back up to 100, it seems to fix the problem, but surely this shouldn’t be necessary?
Is this intended, even after the turboprop logic fix? Am I just missing something?