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Atitude fix

Pro Member Trainee
ThunderRide Trainee

Does anyone know how and were to modify the string to change the atitude at which an aircraft flies? I need to know which file and string to modify and what to adjust in the string. I have a B-24 that, at least by the instruments, claims to be flying level. If I look out the cockpit glass I am flying level. But outside of the aircraft it looks like its flying pitch down, nose down. I've adjusted the CG via the aircraft load, but it still seems nose heavy. Thanks for your help.

Pro Member Chief Captain
Karlw Chief Captain

Trim Question

Pro Member Trainee
ThunderRide Trainee

Karlw wrote:

Trim Question

Using the trim makes the aircraft climb or descend. Its flying straight and level, the nose is pitched down...

Pro Member First Officer
Charlie10 First Officer

Perhaps the angle of your view is giving the appearance of a nose down attitude. If you view the tail from a position slightly below the aircraft, it will appear to be nose down (looking at the tail or a side view). Play around with your views and see if that helps.

Pro Member Chief Captain
CRJCapt Chief Captain

That's how B-24's fly, it's just the way they were designed.

Pro Member First Officer
Charlie10 First Officer

That doesn't look nose down to me, but I guess I'm so used to it I wouldn't have noticed it. That is definetly how the B-24 flies.

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