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Steering wheel too sensitive
2 replies to this topic
Posted 16 August 2010 - 08:14 AM
Hi all,First of all, I am proud customer of PMDG 737 NG series.. But I have a question about steering wheel which is too sensitive. Is it a problem? I think that steering wheel of real 737ng is not that much sensitive. What can we do to bring it to reality?
Posted 16 August 2010 - 08:30 AM
Your only real options are - A. Purchase a more realistic Yoke, The CH & Saitek yokes are not going to give you the same feedback http://www.flightsim...ow-available/B. Adjust the sensitivity within the Sim - I'm curious as to what real world or LVLD Sim experience you have to base your opinion on? A large number of simmers still seem to think that large aircraft should be sluggish, that's not the case right up to the 747-400 & A380 these aircraft a very responsive.Regards
Posted 16 August 2010 - 08:50 AM
No, I don't have any real experience with 737NG. Basically I have compared my PMDG 737 NG with other payware or freeware 737 NG products and PMDG seems to have more sensitive steering wheel. I have Logitech extreme 3d pro joystick, I will try to calibrate it in some way.