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Old 07-11-2017, 10:55 AM   #331
heillon
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Hi shagrat,

+1

my boys and me do it the same way, no problems lift off nice and stady.
Auto prop on, slowly increase to ATA1.35, hold the stick back, full right rudder, little right brake till she has reach speed to hold here straigt with rudder. At 100 - 110 km/H center the stick and let here climb hereself out.
Gear in, flaps in ATA 1.25. Trimm to +2 or less, depents on the pilot.

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Little_D
That's pretty similar but pretty much I was able to advance throttle to 100% (no WEP) within 1 sec while full right rudder, no flaps, no trim and take off easier than ever before :|
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Old 04-23-2018, 07:56 AM   #332
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my boys and me do it the same way, no problems lift off nice and stady.
Auto prop on, slowly increase to ATA1.35, hold the stick back, full right rudder, little right brake till she has reach speed to hold here straigt with rudder. At 100 - 110 km/H center the stick and let here climb hereself out.
Gear in, flaps in ATA 1.25. Trimm to +2 or less, depents on the pilot.
Old thread, I know, but I've been trying these exact procedures trying to improve my take-offs. I've seen Little_D's videos, so I know that his take-offs are really smooth. I am taking off-okay, but it is still really wobbly and quite a struggle to get it level and stable as I go airborne.

What I am wondering, is whether there are any changes being made to the ground-trim. What I mean by that, is that in the settings (outside of the mission) you can select the special settings for the Bf 109 and then set the aileron and rudder trim tabs.

What sorts of values are pilots using there?
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