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    Could anyone help me find which line of the aircraft.cfg should I change to decrease the response time of the aircraft's engine acceleration?
    Thankful!

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    It might be this or this

    I'm not entirely sure. Try increasing drag, but that may effect it's flight characteristics. It's more than likely the engine settings.

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    I think it’s fuel_flow_gain but I can’t totally be sure.

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    On the ground all turbine (turbo-prop) and jet engines need to build up compression pressure before they actually begin to produce the expected power as the result of increased throttle settings. It's called "spooling up", is perfectly normal and can take upto a few seconds.
    Turbine engines are especially prone to it in the range between idle RPM and taxi RPM. It's sometimes even difficult to control turbo-prop taxi speeds accurately by using only the throttles, hence pilots setting their throttles a little higher than idle and then using their brakes to control taxi speeds.
    Once in the air and at speed, this effect becomes less due to air being "rammed" into their engine's inlet manifolds.

    Hope this helps
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