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Old 03-25-2020, 06:55 AM   #21
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And unbind this axis from trim. Use buttons for this.
This is how it was originally, it made no difference.
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Old 03-25-2020, 07:16 AM   #22
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This is how it was originally, it made no difference.
Maybe someone asked this. Did you try different scenarios, MP,SP,quick mission,cold start, hot star, air start?
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Maybe someone asked this. Did you try different scenarios, MP,SP,quick mission,cold start, hot star, air start?
Yes, I notice that starting in free flight reduces the pitchup. Weird.
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Yes, I notice that starting in free flight reduces the pitchup. Weird.
When i set neutral trim on my end. During take off i have to pull stick to avoid prop strike, at low speed it is ok, but once spit got to 100 mph nose down pitch is quite strong.
When you set max nose down trim and you still get nose up something must be off "big".
Join MP server it can be aerobatics server this one is most populated easy to find, test this if your issue is gone there, it mean that something wrong with you local settings, if not i cant help out of ideas.
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