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Normally this is a function of a bad combo of landing gear parameters in the contact points section in the aircraft.cfg. It's usually a function of a poorly matched set of strut compression and damping parameters that permit unstable oscillations to develop.The cure is having an FDE designer re-write that section.RegardsBob ScottATP IMEL Gulfstream II-III-IV-VSantiago de Chile

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Yes indeedy. Doesn't help if the plane is not well balanced also, IMHO. Dancing jumbos (and other airliners) can mean that the moments of inertia are not right too. While there's a formula for these parameters, it has a wide latitude, with the designer often wetting his finger and holding it up, to see which way the wind is blowing. This particular part of FDE design is a little like pottery - you need experience in handling your raw material to stop it flying off all over the place.;)

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Thanks Microlight!These crashes only occurs with A330,747SP and 747 V4 by POSKY! With the previous version of 747-200 also by POSKY it doesn

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Thanks Microlight!These crashes only occurs with A330,747SP and 747 V4 by POSKY! With the previous version of 747-200 also by POSKY it doesn

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