4.33.3 F18C bugsss

Goodnight!
I found a little bug in F18 mod. They are as follow:1.HUD Ladder bars may be not in the right position. Good landing grade got with huge 10m/s vertical speed.
2.Under TACAN navigation mode, HSI bars not work correctly. And so does in ILS mode.
Pls fix them in the next ver, thanks!

Looks like a little less than 900 ft/minute to me.
I don’t think you can gauge BMS accuracy from LSO Bot. LSO Bot is an estimate based on BMS/TacView data …. you’re comparison is the wrong way 'round.
By your pics you look to have about a 3.5* glideslope, 900 ft per minute descent and an AoA of 7.9*.
I don’t understand the problem.
CDI and ILS needles are known issues.
Edit,
Some differences here. For one it’s an E model. Also, very difficult to read because it’s shaky, but there are definitely 4digits in the vertical velocity, i.e. more than 1000 ft per minute. It’s also a simulator.
Here VVI is about 750  800 ft/minute.
By the way, what was your landing weight?

Fighter weight is about 120C x8 and 9X x2，and 8600 lbs fuel.
May I had a mistake on transing unit feet to meter.
Thanks!

Fighter weight is about 120C x8 and 9X x2，and 8600 lbs fuel.
May I had a mistake on transing unit feet to meter.
Thanks!
A little too heavy.
With a typical A/A load out, dump fuel to about 5900 pounds on the downwind/abeam. The maximum unrestricted landing weight (per NATOPS) should be 33,000 pounds. You can approximate that with the fuel slider in the 2D Loadout or calculate it with Hal’s tool here: https://www.benchmarksims.org/forum/showthread.php?30706FA18CLoadoutBalanceCalculator
Correct weight will help with both VVI and indicated landing speed, although you’re really managing AoA and attitude …. flying the bracket/AoA indicator and glideslope.
What we don’t know with LSOBot is what is the BMS iFLOS glidepath set at. It seems to be around 3.3* or 3.5*. My (limited) understanding is that in RL that will change with conditions and aircraft.

Thanks again:P