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Old 08-17-2013, 03:14 PM
severniae severniae is offline
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Default Right hand bank

Hi All,

I'm getting a right hand bank whilst flying (especially on the hurricane) I've turned torque and gyro off but I'm still getting it. When looking at the stick in the cockpit it looks to me like the stick is defaulting slightly to the right, but I can't be sure. The stick is a saitek x52 pro and works fine in FSX and other sims.. just this one it does it in... All axes calibrated and seem ok...


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Old 08-18-2013, 10:07 AM
Continu0 Continu0 is offline
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have you tried the trim? maybe it is set wrong by default...?
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Old 08-18-2013, 01:33 PM
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As "typical CLoD" is normal.

Rudder/rudder trim zeroed, hands off. Notice rudder adjust to right too (trim centered).

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Old 08-21-2013, 05:00 AM
Skoshi Tiger Skoshi Tiger is offline
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This has been covered many times in the past and it's quite simple. There is nothing unusual about it at all.

The Spitfire and Hurricane (in either real life or in game) do not have an adjustable alieron trim. It is pre set on the ground by the ground crew. It can only be set for a single speed/power settings.

The spitfire and Hurricane in game are set in a cruise configuration. If you fly at cruise settings - 2650RPM and around 4 1/2lbs boost you will find that the roll is almost completly eliminated.

Unfortunately many sim pilots think that it is normal to race around with 3000RPM and 12lbs boost. This is not the case. In real life this would only be used in combat or emergency situations.

My video was flown hands off, due to a short spring in my rudder pedal (quick temporary fix that has been there for 6 years ) I've had to dial in a bit of rudder trim to compensate.


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