I know, I know, there are some bigger issues on the new exterior model that might need to get fixed first (e.g. wing thickness/fuselage position etc) but I thought it would be a good idea to make this request anyways.
So with the newly updated Boeing 777-200ER, I was pretty surprised to see that the flaperons don’t work correctly. Even the in 2016 released 787 has more detailed flaperon/aileron movements. My request is to make the flaperons move the way they would in real life, this would greatly add to the realism of the model. I added explanations of what would need to be done with some video reference.
Please let me know if you spot any mistakes in this request, I will change things if necessary.
- On the ground, the flaperons are fully down, they will go up when engine power and airspeed increase.
- At 80 knots, the flaperons move down with the flaps to 10 degrees at flap 5 and 20 degrees at flap 15 or 20.
- Approach: at flap 25 or 30, the flaperons drop to 31 degrees and move with the ailerons.
- Touch-down: the flaperons go back to their neutral position, they keep moving with the aileron movements.
Credit: Brian Su