Alex Romosan wrote:
> i think there is still something wrong with the speedbrakes but i am
> not sure how to quantify this. basically i think they provide way too
> much lift (which makes me suspect there is a sign problem somewhere).
> the effect is more pronounced at slower speeds (250 - 300 knots or
> so). extend the speedbrakes and see the f16 suddenly start climbing.
> handy if you are too low on approach but not realistic at all (i would
> expect the speedbrakes to cause the plane to lose altitude faster not
> provide lift).
Correct, in fact it's creating a downpitching moment that is 
overcompensated with the current setup.
I'm still working on this.

Erik

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