Thanks for the response Ernie, how ever in the config file I had added the "s", and none of the items I added to the the cfg file showed up. No Model, No power, no Alt restrictions, nothing.
I guess what I need is some sort of step by step guide on how to create a Aircraft confg. file that the FMS will pick up. Maybe it is just a naming problem (I have tried many) but I can find no info on creating such a file and copying and renaming the two included did nothing.
The info is on page 11 of the ISG Settings.pdf file in the 'Manual Install' section, with an example of how to do it for the Lear35.
1) The aircraft.cfg or what the manual refers to as (AircraftId).cfg file to distinguish it from
aircraft's actual FS9/FSX aircraft.cfg file is to be placed in the isg/Aircraft subfolder.
2) To have this .cfg file settings used in a particular aircraft, you will need to add the .cfg files main name (ie the part
preceeding the .cfg) as the '5th' parameter of the ISG gauge reference in the panel.cfg file.
Example: (Default 744)
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If the filename is Default_744.cfg, then the 5th parameter used is Default_744.
Note this file overrides any settings made by the isg.cfg file in your /isg subfolder.
This parameter should be used in a section of the panel where it will be loaded when the aircraft loads of the settings
will not take effect until that panel section is opened. IOW if you use it in a popup window the settings do not take effect until that popup window is opened.