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  • Tucsonman
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    Originally posted by jazzyspreetsingh View Post

    is there anything out there which i could download that would solve this problem?
    save yourself a whole lot of trouble and go buy a new cd. Its not that expensive.

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  • RingwaySam
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    Dave what model is it? Most freeware FDEs are probably way off for obvious reasons. Try the PMDG 747-400, that's great to fly. You won't have any trouble climbing in that unless you're doing +3000ft/m above FL200 fully loaded.

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  • arjenp
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    Originally posted by bigdave View Post
    i set my autothrottle to 290 mph, i have to disengage it cos my airspeed drops significantly ascending through FL200

    ; i have to lower my vertical speed & apply full power
    ;I retract all flaps

    I'll try adjusting my payload as then the engines will have less work to do in getting the weight off the ground.

    P.S. this only happens to `Just flight` add on aircraft
    Which add-on do you have of Just Flight?

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  • bigdave
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    Loss of airspeed @ full power whilst climbing

    i set my autothrottle to 290 mph, i have to disengage it cos my airspeed drops significantly ascending through FL200

    ; i have to lower my vertical speed & apply full power
    ;I retract all flaps

    I'll try adjusting my payload as then the engines will have less work to do in getting the weight off the ground.

    P.S. this only happens to `Just flight` add on aircraft

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  • G-DALE
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    Originally posted by bigdave View Post
    290 knots when climbing & Mach .88 for cruise (if i ever reach cruise altitude)
    Try 310-320KIAS during the climb. Typical cruise speed for the B744 is Mach .85, however try Mach .86 if you're still struggling.

    How many feet per minute are you climbing?
    Last edited by G-DALE; 2009-01-11, 13:13.

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  • bigdave
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    290 knots when climbing & Mach .88 for cruise (if i ever reach cruise altitude)

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  • BoeingKing77
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    Originally posted by Crunk415balla View Post
    You are. In the time you took to write that I already told your mother about what you do with her JC Pennys underwear catalogs. Little sicko.
    wow......u have a sick sick mind.Not that I don't,though.

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  • pilotgolfer
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    What do you set your airspeed at?

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  • bigdave
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    CUT ALL THE CRAP!!!


    One problem i've got with FS2004 is that whenever i (attempt i must add)fly a 747 or A340 or anything with 4 engines whenever i climb above 20,000ft i begin to lose airspeed (even with autothrottle engaged). I try to counteract this by
    1. ensuring that i've got my flaps up
    2. ensure landing gear is up
    3. apply full power (disengage a/t)
    4. ensure spoilers are down
    5. reduce my vertical speed
    6. requesting lower altitude

    I never used to have this problem and used to fly 747's quite a lot.

    one thing i haven't tried is flying at 20,000ft or just below (high altitude on FS2004 is 18,000ft +) It might be worth a crack.

    It's so frustrating that i end up landing the plane.


    any other ideas?

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  • Crunk415balla
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    You are. In the time you took to write that I already told your mother about what you do with her JC Pennys underwear catalogs. Little sicko.

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  • BoeingKing77
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    Originally posted by Crunk415balla View Post
    R u naked?
    r u a pervert?

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  • BoeingKing77
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    Originally posted by Crunk415balla View Post
    R u naked?
    pervert

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  • Crunk415balla
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    Originally posted by BoeingKing77 View Post
    R u sure?
    R u naked?

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  • BoeingKing77
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    Originally posted by dwebb View Post
    Just head over to the WOAI forums and search for the error message you received - I'm sure you'll get up and running in no time.
    R u sure?

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  • dwebb
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    Originally posted by BoeingKing77 View Post
    yeah,I kinda figured that.Tried using WOAI before,when I try to install traffic,midway through it says error installing,I try to send the error report but it says it would take 143 minutes!WTF?
    Just head over to the WOAI forums and search for the error message you received - I'm sure you'll get up and running in no time.

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