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Default 05-01-2019, 10:44 AM

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Originally Posted by General.Massacre
Excellent thank you for the response.

So if I understand correctly.
If Trims start to go above 25 that means that that you require more fuel to bring it down.

If the trims start to go below 25 that means you have too much fuel going in.

Is this correct?
Trims up = dme adding

Trims down = dme pulling fuel


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