|Quoting egph (Thread starter):|
My question is, what bit of the aircraft cfg do I need to tweak to increase the thrust capabilities? I used to be quite proficient at tweaking cfg's a while back but have lost my touch.
|Quoting EA CO AS (Reply 2):|
Can't it be done by changing the static thrust data in the aircraft file?
|Quoting Fly2HMO (Reply 1):|
I get the feeling your problem is an incorrectly loaded aircraft. Lighten up the fuel/pax loads. No plane will ever fly with 100% pax and fuel.
|Quoting TheBatman (Reply 3):|
I just did it in FS9 with the default 737-400 (which I never use) I increased the thrust rating from 23,500 lbs each to 43,500. What a blast! With 20k lbs of fuel, I was climbing at 6000 fpm maintaining 260kts IAS. I got up to FL380 very quickly, turned off #2 engine, and still got an overspeed warning!!!
|Quoting KPDX (Reply 8):|
Easiest way is to increase the thrust_scalar.
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