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in the FSX default 737-800? I was under the impression that it would have wing flex, although I'm not sure how I got that impression. Perhaps just wishful thinking. I see wing flex with the glider and a little with the 747 but have never seen it at all with the 737-800. I have advanced animations checked and animation details set to max. My video card is a GeForce 6200 256mb.Thanks for responding.John

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I have had wings flex in turbulent weather but I can't remember which AC it was. I would have thought it was a stock heavy because it was jast after FSX was released and there wasn't anything else to fly!.It is interesting for a few seconds but I don't really fly to watch the wings move!

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>I have had wings flex in turbulent weather but I can't>remember which AC it was. I would have thought it was a stock>heavy because it was jast after FSX was released and there>wasn't anything else to fly!.>>It is interesting for a few seconds but I don't really fly to>watch the wings move!True, but I believe he's been fooled by the "As Real As It Gets..." mantra...

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Hi,Maybe because a stock 737 doesn't really flex that much in real life either...? A heavy has a much larger wing and lots more weight which in turn can be compared to a tall sky-scraper, they also flex to be able to withstand the forces of the wind, shorter houses does not 'swing' that much, -think there is a similarity here.Best regards,Eirik

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