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Rudder dampening switch.


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So I’ve been flying with the switch In the on position as it is suppose to give more precise control of the rudder for precision movement left and right, but I e found my rudder inputs are extremely sporadic and to twitchy. Even when I edit my rudder curve in axis tune. 
 

So I switch the dampener off and I find I have more precise control of yaw with the rudder. Take offs and landing are much smoother with it off as well as holding target for ATGMs.

 

anyone else notice this?

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I believe this switch turns off the Yaw Autopilot. When you turn that switch off, you'll have to manually turn the Yaw Auto back on. Wags mentioned it's best to turn on the dampener when taxiing.

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On 6/25/2021 at 10:52 PM, Plokkum said:

I find it best to turn off the damper when taxiing. So much more direct control. It prevents me from swerving all over the runway because of the slow response.

 

.....or tipping over.  🤣

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