A319 20 and 21 trim

I was wondering what trim percentage I should use to get a nice slow take off ?

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Well, it depends on the amount of weight, wind, runway lenght, and other factors you have…, but more or less I used to use 10% or even 15%.

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Thank you 🙏 for all the help 💯👌

I use like 6%. Keep practicing on solo and see what suits you best.

That was my response in Goonchooi’s reply. I’d like to edit the takeoff values up 5-10% As of late I’ve been using in the 35% range for the A32X and up to 42% for the 737-700. I find it gives me a much smoother rotation

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Well, I use 10% or 0%. It’s a game so it is not hard to pull up or down the yoke.
Trim is a yoke compensator.

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I like to use whatever my load percentage is and then add 10% from that load percentage to my trim for take off. For me it gives me the best control to keep the plane pitched up (and yes I do calibrate my device) however use whatever is comfortable for you and gives yoi the best control over your aircraft

Ex: Load is 67% so I would make my trim 77%

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I personally use 20-30% and it
works perfectly

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