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Can anyone advise on the best settings to use and do you use FSUIPC or windows settingsThanksKeith

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Let's assume you have the Yoke and the pedals combo.First of all connect them to your USB PortsDownload the Control Manager V4 from CH Products siteand install it. When installing it will begin to identifyyour devices and prompting you to load divers. Always choosethe "install automatically" option. This will repeat forevery device. You may have to reboot and afterwards it ispossible it will identify more devices and prompt you fordrivers, so proceed in the same manner stated above.When all done, fire-up FS9 and go to the Joystick assignmentsection and select the Axis page. Make sure you untick theRudder entry in the Axis section for your Yoke and ensurethat it is ticked in the Axis section of your Pedals.That's it. All you have to do now if you wish is to calibratethem from inside FS9.If you are using a joystick with the pedals, then same as aboveensuring there is no tick for the rudder in the joystick axis section.Trust this clarifies your query.

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Thanks for the info Joaquin , have you found a good set up for sensitivities etc in the fs9 settingss menu.keith

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KeithI have never felt the need to change any default settings for the pedals, since at least in my case they have always workedfine after the install. Doing tight turns on the ground canbe tricky sometimes, but in my opinion that's more to do withhow the throttles are configured and power applied during taxithan with anything else. Not sure what you are using as joystickbut it's worthwile to calibrate your throttle in FSUIPC for better response while on the ground and of course in the air.

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