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f.ip2
08-08-2007, 11:24 PM
hit the rudder a bit or move the stick and the plane like let me say Mosquito or FW190 jiggle like fresh cooked jelly.

Is this seriously happening? how in gods name ere pilots able to aim?

when I fly behind a plane and use the zoomed Revi view (currently I enjoy the FW190) i feel like i am on a roller coaster when moving the plane.

f.ip2
08-08-2007, 11:24 PM
hit the rudder a bit or move the stick and the plane like let me say Mosquito or FW190 jiggle like fresh cooked jelly.

Is this seriously happening? how in gods name ere pilots able to aim?

when I fly behind a plane and use the zoomed Revi view (currently I enjoy the FW190) i feel like i am on a roller coaster when moving the plane.

Roblex
08-09-2007, 12:00 AM
Because the real aircraft did not have fly-by-wire rudder controls. You had to push against the 180 mph airflow which wanted to immediately center the rudder again. Adjust yout settings to make your ruddrs less sensitive.

f.ip2
08-09-2007, 12:03 AM
Hi Roblex

I used the provided smoothing curve numbers for my stick without a difference feeling it.

something else I could do?