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ianfisher 101
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Has anyone managed to solve the issue that this aircraft does not have trim. On a long flight I soon get fatigued having to fly with the stick pushged forward under pressure. I know that's how it was designed but would be handy to have an Elevator trim button I could assign in FSUIPC

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Ron Attwood
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That mate, is the price for flying old school. You get fatigued? Oh dear, what a shame, never mind. :D
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Ron Attwood wrote: 20 Jun 2022, 15:41 Oh dear, what a shame, never mind. :D
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Exactly.
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