With the release of the PMDG DC-6, there is an increased interest in old-fashioned VOR-to-VOR navigation. Though many r/w VORs have been already taken out of service, and there are more on the chopping block, there will remain a backbone network of (mostly) high-powered VORs going forward to serve as a backup in case of a GPS outage.
There are several HIGH VORs in the current MSFS Navigraph data (2106 Rev 4) which are incorrectly marked as LOW in Navigraph, with a defined range of exactly 125 miles, when in fact they should be set as HIGH with a range of 195 miles. In particular, YYT and YQX in Newfoundland have this error. These are gateway VORs for North Atlantic flights, and are, (and always have been), long-range.
This is confirmed by examining the defining BGLs in /0401/NVX04010.bgl in both the Navigraph and FS-Base-Nav folders using Herve Sor’s “Easy Navs” utility. Navigraph has both YYT and YQX set as “Low” with a 125 mile range, while MSFS default correctly has them set as “High” with 195 mile range.
These are two examples that stand out, but there may be other r/w HIGH VORs in the current MSFS Navigraph dataset that either have incorrect service class and/or incorrect range.