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nosegear sinks during acceleration, help?

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Hi, everyone!!

I have finished the gauges on my plane, but a problem, the nosegear sinks during acceleration. Tried fixing the contact points but provided me no solution to fix that. How do I fix the nosegear from sinking during acceleration?:
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Thank You!!
 

Roy Holmes

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During acceleration there is a natural tendency for the airplane to rotate nose down. The fact that your wheels are sinking underground is due to incorrect animation of the nose gear.
I suggest you take several close up pictures to record what is happening. First one just static, then at different accelerations to see if the animation is doing anything. Once you know that you should try to correct the animation.
Roy
 
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152
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us-newyork
During acceleration there is a natural tendency for the airplane to rotate nose down. The fact that your wheels are sinking underground is due to incorrect animation of the nose gear.
I suggest you take several close up pictures to record what is happening. First one just static, then at different accelerations to see if the animation is doing anything. Once you know that you should try to correct the animation.
Roy
Ok, understandable, I will message you about this
 
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