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  1. F-86K For SF2 by Paulopanz

    Hi, Thank you for the reply..., I didn't know what Ymac stands for, but now i understand that it's a parameter for the wing's data..., and thanks again for finding a solution for it!;) I just love this aircraft and I couldn't stand to fly it!;) Thanks for your time and effort! Cheers, Maverick!
  2. F-86K For SF2 by Paulopanz

    Hi, There seems to be a problem with the right wing or with the simetry data of the flight model..., because as you increasingly pull on the stick and reach a given AOA the right wing tends to stall more and more, no matter if you apply left rudder even before that occurs and it's regardless of left hand or right hand input! So far so good, it seems to simulate a wing stall behaviour, which in reality it has a random aspect, meaning that a wing would stall before the other wing according to aileron position (which affects the AOA of a wing), YAW input, or simply to airflow dynamics! But the thing is that this wing hasn't yet reached it's real maximum AOA and it already started to stall, way before the left wing does...! This is a jet aircraft, so it doesn't have anything to do with engine torque, but anyway you'd try to stall the airplane it will ALWAYS stall with the right wing first, and this seems like a problem within the flight model data! The left wing seems to behave correctly upon higher AOA, but the right wing reacts too early upon AOA increase! BTW this thing happens only at positive AOA, while at negative AOA it behaves correspondly! In other words, the right wing's maximum AOA seems lower than the left wing's AOA..., which isn't normal! I hope I didn't waste anyone's time with this post and i'm looking forward to a solve on this particular problem...! It's not such a big deal but I hope you guys will be able to fix this issue and help save this brilliant aircraft ADD-ON..., as for now it's more like an interceptor rather than a dogfighter, because of the wing...! Thank you very much for your time! Best regards, Maverick!

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