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LANDING DASH 8 Q-300 - WHAT'S THE BEST WAY?

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Hello,first I'd like to thank the authors of the two tutorials, I have tried them both and they are great! I have a few problems, so I'd like to compare them and exchange some views with the friends within this forum.The power settings, PSS Dash under FS9, do not produce the speeds indicated in the tutorials. At 40% torque, speed remains around 170. In order to get to 150, I need to reduce power to less than 30%. During approach, it becomes hard to both control and reduce the speed properly.Flaps and gear seem to have too little effect on the drag. In the real plane, when condition is set to max and flaps are down the engine is working quite actively, so that helps to keep the nose down, the plane descends pitched down 6-8 degrees, and - in the simulated case - this would help a lot to see the runway properly.Something seems unfit in the configuration of power, lift, drag and flaps. Is it just me, do I miss something? All suggestions will be very welcome!Thank you,Sergio.

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