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Guys I am a new member for PIC 767 for Fs2002. Maybe this was mentioned before but I couldn't find any post regarding to the problem I have.when begin my take off aircraft reaches about 130 knt or so and begins to lift off at a very steep rate after that there is no way to recover. The A/c just crashes. I have tried everything A/T on off, A/P on off ,LNAV VANAV on off, no luck. This is not my pilot skills I think I need to adjust something but I don't know whatAny help??Thanks OD

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Guest MB327

What aircraft model are you using?-->If Posky, what aircraft.cfg and what air file?What is the position of the throttles and what is N1 reading?-->Did you select N1 on the MCP?What is your trim setting?

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Guest ilh

As Mike says. What flight model (.cfg and .air) are you using?If you're lifting off without yoke back pressure and especially if before Vr, it is most likely your trim. The fact that you go steeper and steeper also seems to indicate this.BTW, did you try pushing the yoke forward to bring the nose in this scenario? You are allowed to actually fly the plane!Lee Hetherington (KBOS)

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Guest MB327

Just kidding.. But do try as suggested with a trim of 4 or even less and see if that makes a difference for you...

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