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About leghorn

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  • Birthday 10/01/1987

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    Bulgaria
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    Paragliding, Rock'n'Roll

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    Real A320 Pilot

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  1. Welcome to my world. I've been writing about this for years. It's not just the 747, it's all aircraft models that use the internal ESP (FSX & P3D) flight model. Flight dynamics during thrust changes and in ground effect are almost non-existent. OEI dynamics are obviously wrong too. Some developers have used external flight model to overcome this. Some others use FBW laws to induce pitch down during the flare
  2. On many occasions, ye. As i wrote in the beginning, it's intentional. Sorry for making you feel giddy. My idea was to show overall aircraft response in different situations/ energy states.
  3. So i did a landing comparison of the FSL320 vs. the FF320. A sidestick camera is included in both videos. Conditions are relatively the same during both landings. Variable winds /w light turbulence. I made more adjustments than needed to show the differences in response and feel. Enjoy P.S. I don't intend starting a war over which is better. FSLA320: https://youtu.be/x36g0o73SKI FF320: https://youtu.be/DM7whpazKkA
  4. I agree with everything said here. I'd also add that in real life, landing in a sideslip feels much more uncomfortable than the actual positive touchdown. So, if you're trying to make it more real, pay attention to the sideslip as well. Try to align the plane before touch down and to maintain that attitude after it. I remember a software called "Lord of the Landings" (believe it's still in the library here). It can measure both your ft/min T/D rate, flare distance and sideslip angle during touch down.
  5. Also, If you have both APs on for the ILS, your autolanding will arm. This, according to FCOM, will trim nose up below 400' in preparations for the autolanding.
  6. 26 020 L 20 816 kg ~ 21 T 45 891 lbs
  7. It looks stunning. Sometimes one wonders if it's time to fly or admire the views. Thank, you :)
  8. Thank you, all :) And for a good reason. However, XP11 has it's moments and greater potential i must say :)
  9. Using ESP XP11 for the sky. Many thanks to pilot83 for his ReShade presets
  10. Stunning! Thank you for improving the pack!
  11. You're welcome, guys. Hope you'll like it :)
  12. link: http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/37325-eddieskypack-for-xp11-esp-xp11-b085/ preview screenshots:
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