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Severe nose-up trim needed for climb

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I have usually found that the MAAM DC-3 and R4D-6 will climb at a reasonable rate with the trim either neutral or very slightly nose-up. The new C-47's need a severe nose-up trim of 8 or more to do even a modest climb. Has anyone else noticed this or is it just my setup?

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Well, boys and girls, it looks like I screwed the pooch putting the FS9 package together. The two FS9 RAF Dakotas somehow received FS8 air files. Don't ask me how, I dunno. I'll be putting out a patch and fixing the download, but in the meantime, all you need to do to fix it is copy the air file from one of the C-47's and copy it into the two Daks, overwriting the original.This will apply to the new edition of the CD, as well. Sorry. The hurrieder I go, the behinder I get. (Old Pennsylvania Dutch saying)Thanks to those who spotted the problem and brought it to our attention.Bill RambowMAAM-SIM http://www.fssupport.com/maam/maamsim_neon.gif


Bill Rambow

MAAM-SIM

www.maam.org

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I had just come to the conclusion that the wrong .air files had been used for the Dakotas when I compared the Aircraft.cfg files between the C-47 and Dakotas and found them to be identical. In any case, I just copied the .air file for the C-47 into the directories of both Dakotas and everything seems fine.

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Yes, that's correct. It's 8.24 KB (8,446 bytes) when you look at its properties. You can even take it from the MAAM-SIM DC-3 Cargo if you want to be sure you are not suffering the Rambow Syndrome - so many Daks, so little organization.Bill RambowMAAM-SIM http://www.fssupport.com/maam/maamsim_neon.gif


Bill Rambow

MAAM-SIM

www.maam.org

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