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IAS Question

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When I fly an aircraft that i modified the dynamics of, the indicated airspeed is very high (above normal), even though the mach number and ground speed is right on. How can I fix this? Example scenario: mach .800, IAS 330, FL330. This is a very high IAS.Thanks.

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>When I fly an aircraft that i modified the dynamics of, the >indicated airspeed is very high (above normal), even though >the mach number and ground speed is right on. How can I fix >this? Example scenario: mach .800, IAS 330, FL330. This is >a very high IAS. >Thanks. Assuming FS is set to show 'indicated' air speed, there is an optimum adjustement in the AIR file to give the most appropriate IAS reading. However, this only changes the IAS reading by 5 kts or so. In SEC 1101, set 'Gauge Airspeed Indicator Base=0'. Set 'Airspeed Weight Factor=+32200'. That gives a good overall fit in IAS, I spent hours working this out.Ron

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