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SGA DC 10

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Hi, does any one have the SGA Dc 10 free ware? A really nice machine , i put in the new panel with the night lights and it's real nice and flies well . But trouble i have is what's the N! limit when taking off cause if it's N 107 % my oh my when your heavy she just don't want to go and let alone after wheels up your just draging your selve at 500 ft to get going so i'm wondering if it's right or do you just slam it to the end and let her go. If you load at landing weight of 420000 it's not bad but 500 5500000 she has no power . Louis

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takeoff:*flaps 15*trim +4*N1 110% if heavy, 99% if lightweight VR V2 Vfr Vsr Vmm400000 146 163 172 210 240450000 156 172 182 223 255500000 167 179 192 235 268550000 170 188 201 247 282575000 180 193 206 252 288Vfr = fully retract flapsVsr = retract slats*rotate to a pitch of 17/18 deg and hold V2+10*1500' pitch down and accelerate (this will result of a climb v-speed of 500'-1000'/min)*retract flaps/slats on schedule (above).*climb using N2 of 100% (all the way to cruise, you will need to manually adjust throttle, do not use autothrottle)*above 10000' climb at 300-330 kts (company specific)(above taken from fraser turner's and rick's (no last name given) SGA DC10 manuals)--

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Ok thanks, i printed it out and will try it right now i'm on a West jet flight to Vancouver. Louis

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