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Air File or Model file which file question

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Hello AllI have an IFDG Airbus 320 in a EuroHarmony VA livery.This a320 performs much better at takeoff and climb than my other IFDGs,i was wondering which of the files in the aircraft folder controls the power and climb bits(technical term:-) )is it the Air File,the Model File or both and can i transfer them to my other IFDGs to increase there performance too.Cheers Andy


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>Hi,>>Typically it is the aircraft.cfg file. Look in the various>engine sections for thrust values.>>Hope this helps,>-->Tom Gibson>>Cal Classic Propliner Page: http://www.calclassic.com>>Freeflight Design Shop: http://www.freeflightdesign.com>>Drop by! ___x_x_(")_x_x___Hello TomSo if i copy all the aircraft CFG bar the FLTSIM(O) bit from the EuroHarmony A320(the good one)and delete all the aircraft CFG again bar the FLTSIM bit from the A320 i want to change will that work?cheers AndyPS should i just leave the AIR file alone?


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