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Is this normal pitch attitude for A321 approach? Bob Scott, and others :)

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Note: I am using Flight Simulator 2002I used the changes described by Bob Scott in the following thread -> http://forums.avsim.net/dcboard.php?az=sho...28199&mode=fullI basically altered the Table 404 values as he described using the Aircraft Airfile Manager:-3.141600 0.000000-2.748900 0.359900-2.376684 0.500000-1.983984 0.359900-1.591284 0.000000-0.194984 -0.990000-0.057484 0.006000-0.020484 0.1960000.228216 1.2690000.258816 1.2706000.278516 1.1998000.289516 1.1008000.342516 0.6687000.452516 -0.0187001.570800 -0.6385002.356200 -0.6400003.141601 0.000000and changed the lift scalar to 0.926 in the [Flaps.0]section of the Aircraft.cfgThis is what I got on final. I don't know, the pitch seems too low? If this is normal for the A321 I can live with it. Before the changes described above the plane would come in at 10 degrees up. Cruise seems to be normal, as the Table 404 changes changed the cruise deck angle. Looking forward to reading replies.untitled464.jpgCheers,- Sununtitled464.jpg

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The pitch should be 2.5 - 3.5 deg nose up during an on-speed approach at flaps 3 or 4.The FDE corrections described in the referenced post were specific to FS2004 only...the dynamics engine in FS2004 is quite different from FS2002. I don't know what's out there for FS2002 now. I'd check the library and see if pedro Oliveira's FDE work in FS2002, or alternatively the iFDG dynamics available on their site.RegardsBob ScottATP IMEL Gulfstream II-III-IV-V L-300Washington, DC

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