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737-800, Stick Shaker & Elevator Trim

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Why does the stck shaker activate when the elevator trim is adjusted even when the plane is on the ground with parking brakes on?It is annoying and a pain when triming for a landing.


John Veldthuis

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You mean that sound? I always thought it was the sound of the trim servos.. I got used to it I guess.


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>Why does the stck shaker activate when the elevator trim is>adjusted even when the plane is on the ground with parking>brakes on?>It is annoying and a pain when triming for a landing.That's not the stick shaker. It's the noise the pedistal trim wheels make when they spin while trimming the stab. Clackity-clack!Cheers,JohnBoeing 727/737 & Lockheed C-130/L-100 Mechanichttp://www.sstsim.com/images/team/JR.jpgwww.SSTSIM.com

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>>Why does the stck shaker activate when the elevator trim is>>adjusted even when the plane is on the ground with parking>>brakes on?>>It is annoying and a pain when triming for a landing.>>That's not the stick shaker. It's the noise the pedistal trim>wheels make when they spin while trimming the stab.>Clackity-clack!Oh Thanks, Did not hear that in the actual sim I flew. That that was real cool and the 737NG/800 made sure that I made nice touch downs even though I never flew a plane in my life. The real captain who was flying co-pilot was really impressed. Just goes to show what good simulation software can do.


John Veldthuis

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