Underbird Posted April 5 Share Posted April 5 Dear inibuilds team, let me first of all thank you ever so much for bringing the Bf 108, an aircraft I loved so much in FSX, to MSFS! As soon as I found out, I bought it, and am over the moon to enjoy your quality work! However, having just completed my "Rhine journey", one issue became apparent to me, which may correspond to the some landing issues other users mentioned on the thread in MSFS' official forum: The drag of the aircraft is too low, especially in landing configuration. For example, I managed to land at Haamstede airfield after having closed the throttles above the mouth of the Haringsvliet (real weather) at an altitude of 1 km without opening the throttles ever again. This equates to a glide ratio of roughly 1:25, with the gear lowered and flaps set to 10° for the final third of my glide. Without having an official document to hand, and with great respect to Messerschmitt's creation, I still think this value is too high! Effectively, this makes it tremendously hard to slow the aircraft down to the approach speed mentioned in the checklist. Best, Underbird PS: I appreciate to see the aileron trim working in the sim, even though the real aircraft was not equipped with one (I believe). However, it seems it is set too far to the left by default, leading to a pronounced roll tendency on take-off, which can be solved by "guessing" and moving the aileron trim to the right before opening the throttles. Would I possible to look into the default setting of aileron trim, and set it to what could be considered ground trim, i. e. a setting to compensate the rolling tendency at cruise power and speed. 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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