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Turbine Duke v2 (in P3D v3)

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Some nice atmo shots landing Port Angeles, WA (KCLM)

 

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Made it a touch and go

 

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Nice shots.


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Very good Ryan. The twin GTN look fantastic

 

Thanks I agree!


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I have a rudder issue with this aircraft on the  ground.. It doesn't auto center when I relase my leg pressure on the rudder.. its stuck either extreme when I am on the ground..

 

I have tried the P3D controls and the FSUIC same issue

 

Any ideas?


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I don't have that issue

 

I don't use fsuipc though. Is it possible one of your controls is overriding your pedals?

 

I use saitek combat pedals


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I have a rudder issue with this aircraft on the  ground.. It doesn't auto center when I relase my leg pressure on the rudder.. its stuck either extreme when I am on the ground..

 

I have tried the P3D controls and the FSUIC same issue

 

Any ideas?

 

Why not email me about this. I'm absolutely sure it is not a Duke issue at all but I'm happy to help you solve it.

 

Rob - RealAir

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Looks great Ryan ... just finished mapping the rest of the RA TDuke to all my GoFlight gear ... mouse free except for GTN 750 usage.  I'll share my GoFlight GIT files later for anyone interested.

 

Cheers, Rob.

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Looks great Ryan ... just finished mapping the rest of the RA TDuke to all my GoFlight gear ... mouse free except for GTN 750 usage.  I'll share my GoFlight GIT files later for anyone interested.

 

Cheers, Rob.

 

Glad the hardware works Rob. Thanks for your fantastic support and tips/tricks/info you publish to help everyone enjoy Prepar3d to the full.

 

Rob - RealAir

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