For this to happen, there has to be a mismatch between the settings on the JimStim and on your MS. That is not a hardware or firmware issue.
I've seen a jumping RPM before - both on Stims and on real engines - when one of the wheel decoder teeth was off by one position or two.
sanger440 wrote:Are you saying one of the settings in the wheel decoder screen is wrong? I will double check these tonight.
Try changing to "timebased" cranking and set the "return" triggers all to zero
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