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abright12

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  1. I fly the 320 series IRL, and I find Aerosofts FDE to feel pretty realistic with regards to hand flying. The sidestick is very sensitive, and often times we simply fly with our fingertips using the slightest inputs to make small corrections on final on a smooth day. There how however have been days where it is very windy, and I have found the limits of the side stick stop in Flare law to keep the wings level. Not a comfortable feeling. When new guys fly the Bus and are constantly making changes to the pitch and roll by moving the stick around too much, we call it "churning butter." It tends to make passengers nauseous! If you are overcontrolling the aircraft in the sim, release the stick for a second, and you need to focus on small inputs, focus on applying pressure to the joystick rather than movements. Your joystick could also be set at too high of a sensitivity.
  2. 74 is an extremely high flex temp. IRL I almost never use a flex temp of more than 60, even on a completely empty aircraft. If you have a flex temp of around 55 or lower it either be a thrust reduction or sometimes little to no reduction in the higher temps after climb power is selected. Many aircraft using a highly derated takeoff see a thrust increase when climb power is selected. What you describe sounds like normal systems operation to me.
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