Change the empty_weight_CG_position= value but do it by only a couple of decimal points at a time, or the results, in flight, will become interesting.
I've had to do it, recently, to a couple that fly unrealistically nose high. Little view of the runway on finals.
Gerry Winskill franklyn fisher wrote:
Airplane designers. I have just installed and tested the Cessna Citation Sovereign S for FSXUnfortunatly it flies nose down, about 5 degrees, and unable to keep it trimmed level. The trim insists on the nose down positionNot knowing anything about adjusting it, I enclose, what I think is the relevent part of the .AIR file[WEIGHT_AND_BALANCE] max_gross_weight = 30250.0 // (pounds) empty_weight = 20216.0 // (pounds)reference_datum_position = 34.5, 0, 0 // (feet) distance from FlightSim Reference position, which is: (1/4 chord, centerline, waterline) empty_weight_CG_position = -35.79, 0, 0 // (feet) longitudinal, lateral, vertical distance from specified datumIf somebody can point out how to change this, or is this the correct line to alter.I surmise that it is to do with the CG, but I could be wrong. I think it needs to be further back, to balance. Thanks FF