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Definitely this is not due to a Throttle Quadrant or any sort. I have fancy hardware. Just a simple Thrustmaster stick with throttle. Same situation. Starting at Malpensa, perfect climb up to approx FL 290 - 310 then the speed gets reduced to 240kts and the climb rate drops all the way to 400 feet. 

 
1) I do not understand, why the Speed is being reduced by the FMS. No speed was programmed there.¨
2) This time, no way to get the climb performance back. Took ages to get to FL 370
3) There was an icing condition... and ANTI-Icing was turned on, right after warning. Even turning the icing off in the Sim did not change this behavior. 
 
Before you ask, W&B was perfect... Trim was at 7.4 when take off... so no issues to be expected from that. 
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This looks like icing effects or totally overloaded aircraft. Please check the EFB and load the default load into the aircraft. Also check in the weight UI that the values correspond to the EFB. AND,

Yes, and there are first results of my investigation. There simply is no "Paused" event when I hit ESC. That's why everything keeps running. If there was a "Paused" event, all the systems would stop.

It's not in our model. But it's very well possible that it's a feature of MSFS itself. As you know, the icing simulation is more on the heavy side. May be the thrust loss is too. I will try to find ou

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15 minutes ago, nettoon said:

Definitely this is not due to a Throttle Quadrant or any sort. I have fancy hardware. Just a simple Thrustmaster stick with throttle. Same situation. Starting at Malpensa, perfect climb up to approx FL 290 - 310 then the speed gets reduced to 240kts and the climb rate drops all the way to 400 feet. 

 
1) I do not understand, why the Speed is being reduced by the FMS. No speed was programmed there.¨
2) This time, no way to get the climb performance back. Took ages to get to FL 370
3) There was an icing condition... and ANTI-Icing was turned on, right after warning. Even turning the icing off in the Sim did not change this behavior. 
 
Before you ask, W&B was perfect... Trim was at 7.4 when take off... so no issues to be expected from that. 

 

Just to be sure, you have a full understanding of what "indicated airspeed" means?

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17 minutes ago, nettoon said:

Definitely this is not due to a Throttle Quadrant or any sort. I have fancy hardware. Just a simple Thrustmaster stick with throttle. Same situation. Starting at Malpensa, perfect climb up to approx FL 290 - 310 then the speed gets reduced to 240kts and the climb rate drops all the way to 400 feet. 

 
1) I do not understand, why the Speed is being reduced by the FMS. No speed was programmed there.¨
2) This time, no way to get the climb performance back. Took ages to get to FL 370
3) There was an icing condition... and ANTI-Icing was turned on, right after warning. Even turning the icing off in the Sim did not change this behavior. 
 
Before you ask, W&B was perfect... Trim was at 7.4 when take off... so no issues to be expected from that. 

Just check all your assignments on the stick and throttle. By default there are many buttons active. You see this immediately when selecting ASSIGNED and open all sub categories. Any item that is on is highlighted.

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Theres an bug with weights, more notably, the EFB, what ever you enter in the EFB, when you click add to sim/plane, it maxes out the weights and plane responds accordingly. ive been adjusting my weights manually through the Sims weights tab, an manually entering THOSE figures into fmc perf page (zfw is just plane weight plus cargo if was unaware). just use the efb performance page to calculate VR etc, planes climb performance has been as expected since. i also find climbing at higher speeds seem to help this plane climb better (280kts an M0.75ish) , cuz if you wash off too much speed cant recover

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It was the thirst time that I have an issue with the CRJ that doesn't climb after FL350 around.

The speed decrease, speed bug at .74, .64 etc it's the same thing, the CRJ is impossible to fly and stall!

No ice condition, engines works fine.

The weight and balance is good.

I fly now the A320NX that works fine, the CRJ is crazy!!!

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Here is a picture that show the plane is at FL370 with a GS at only 261 kts with the engines at max power. The wind is in the nose for 90 kts. I fly the aircraft in manual, the autopilot stall the plane. All the systems are ok (bleeds, packs etc), no ice condition, no anti ice ON. What happen?

 

https://goopics.net/i/GZD0p

 

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1 hour ago, Discus2a said:

Here is a picture that show the plane is at FL370 with a GS at only 261 kts with the engines at max power. The wind is in the nose for 90 kts. I fly the aircraft in manual, the autopilot stall the plane. All the systems are ok (bleeds, packs etc), no ice condition, no anti ice ON. What happen?

Please attch your screenshots directly to your post. No links please.

Also you should read this:

 

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...because you have ice despite that it should not occur or the spoiler is deployed, even invisible.

These are the two main reasons that do happen under certain situations and are beyond our control.

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