767 LANDING ISSUE

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767 LANDING ISSUE

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with ltu b-767 for fsx. when wheels touchdown, i set engines to idle, engage thruster, then plane starts rising again. i'm sure i'm doin something wrong, but this is only plane with this issue. all others stay down. any hwlp? thanks.

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767 LANDING ISSUE

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The issue is this. When on touchdown tap F2. This is reverse thrust. Also upon touchdown set flaps at 0.You can't expect a aircraft to not lift as you're landing speed is above that for takeoff. Reverse thrust is used to manage brake use at a minimum. Upon landing with flaps set at any degree will cause lift. Upon takeoff some aircraft don't use flaps because flaps push the nose down, and other than basic braking and proper landing speed flaps shouldn't be used upon landing approach do to stall speed. On that reverse thrust, first tap begins reverse thrust, second tap brings engines to idle.
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767 LANDING ISSUE

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upon touchdown, i put engines at idlr, then f2 for reverser. that works for me in every plane. my landind speed in this 767 is 160 knots. well below takeoff speed of 175+
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An important thing to remember is on takeoff flaps or no flaps and if so degree, as some cases flaps are not used upon takeoff, angle of flight etc. Now on landing upon touchdown, NO FLAPS, as flaps lift the rear up and tires are not making full contact. An example of no flaps takeoff is most high powered tail draggers like the P47 Thundrrbolt. To much flaps noses all aircraft down as flaps have a dynamic twist event which can be noticed upon landing on a clear humid day, you will see the mistvtwist at rear of flap.
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767 LANDING ISSUE

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An important thing to remember is on takeoff flaps or no flaps and if so degree, as some cases flaps are not used upon takeoff, angle of flight etc. Now on landing upon touchdown, NO FLAPS, as flaps lift the rear up and tires are not making full contact. An example of no flaps takeoff is most high powered tail draggers like the P47 Thundrrbolt. To much flaps noses all aircraft down as flaps have a dynamic twist event which can be noticed upon landing on a clear humid day, you will see the mist twist at rear of flap.
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