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The attached .gif file is (I hope) data I've collected doing distance to climb tests on the 744 at various weights. Tests were conducted at std atmos (FS9 clear weather) with no wind. No derates were used.This is the first time I've tried to add a picture to the forum, hope it works.


Dan Downs KCRP

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Sorry about the duplicates.. I was getting an error message from the dcforum interface. Anyway, glad it worked.


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That looks like it took a bit of effort, Dan! Thanks a lot for the chart, I will plot it out and add it to my 744 folder!CheersRudy


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Dan,Thanks for your efforts...must have taken ages...its now in my ops manual.RegardsSteve Bell


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Dan:Great stuff, many thanks. As a data freak of sorts, I love this sort of thing and also know what kind of effort must have gone into it. Thanks a lot for your excellent work.Jonathan


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