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Here it is, the Posky B742F v4 and RFP panel merge

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You find the merge right here: http://forums.avsim.net/dcboard.php?az=sho..._id=26850&page=The merge for the older Posky versions does not work. There are several entries which had to be changed inorder to make it work with V4. :-)

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HiWithout doing it all by myself, do you also found a good FDE? the RFP I find much to pitchy in FS2004, and the POSKY FDE's, well, not good either.For example; the POSKY Martinair lifts its nose a bit when doing a taxi. You can see this in spotview. Nosewheel doesnt touch ground well, thus skids.The RFP has a problem with being to sensitive for the pitch moments, especially when using the a/p.JohanA LITTLE LESS CONVERSATION, AND A LITTLE MORE ACTION PLEASE..http://www.jdserver.mine.nu/johan

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hi,I installed in my Fuel system window a little CG gauge and looking at the CG difference between RFP and Posky plane I found that with the same load(aircraft.cfg)the CG Posky is positioned much more forward than the RFP one.Having installed the CG gauge you can load the Posky plane backward to have an optimal CG.My settings are:ZFW= 361.460 lbs (164.300kg)Fuel weight= 66.000 lbs (30.000kg)Taxi Weight= 550.000 lbs (250.000kg)CG=15.7%Hoping this helps

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