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all right guys, i have seem people talking a lot about the yaw dumper, and it's affectiveness on the rudder. i have had my problems that just about everybody is familiar with, the rudder's stiffness. at one time i was unable to stire the aircraft on the ground, untill i turn the the dumpers on, and from old FS studies, i think that i read that the dumper should be off during take off climb and landing. and i learned lately from previews posts, that turining the dumper off, during landing comes great for crosswind landing, like pedro said. and i tried it and it worked it made my 767 moves like the deffault 172. but at least i am making sure that my aircraft, will be on the runway once it lands, and just to be sure what the hell is the use for the dumper. break it down for me somebody.Thanks.

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Here is the complete description of the yaw damping system from the Boeing AOM:"Yaw DampingThe yaw damper systems improve turn coordination and dutchroll damping."In FS the yaw damper isn't that advanced though: It does not coordinate turns, and it removes all rudder control from the pilot, IF you don't do something drastic, like increasing the rudder effectiveness a lot (as discussed in the forum).In the real 767, the yaw dampers should always be engaged, but in FS it depends on what tweaks you have done, etc.Martin767 fetishistIt's a lot like life and that's what's appealing

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