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Flying a Real 737NG

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Folks,I'm curious to see some feedback from real world 737NG pilots on how the aircraft feels compared with the simulated one from PMDG.For example, on rotation and climb out at say V2, if the pilot lets go of the yoke, how much pitch down occurs? I'm curious if the yoke stays more or less in place or if it immediately creates a pitch down situation like my CH yoke does. I'm trying to get my yoke sorted out, and have no idea what the controls in a real 737 do with regards to banking, climbing, etc...Any feedback is appreciated!


Busdriver (Bill)

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If properly trimmed, nothing should happen when you release the yoke.

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