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  1. CT2K advice required

    Hi Guys I have recently acquired a CT2K. When I land, I seem to run out of elevator. That is to say I can’t get the nose up very high whilst flaring. It seems to happen with flaps 15,30 and 40. I have tried at 60kts and 65kts. I can get the nosewheel higher than the main wheels but just! Even with the stick all the way back. I feel like it would be easy to land nosewheel first and bounce. What am I doing wrong ? Is this normal? any wisdom would be much appreciated.
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