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ASN blowing 737NGX to one side

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This happens all the time even in light winds. When i turn it gets blown to one side like when you use the yaw damper but then returns to the neutral position.

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To compensate , use what others call " flying " .

 

John

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Sorry but this thing that is happening is not normal. I'm getting blown to the side 90* left or right and swings back quite agressively.

 

So leave that smart &@($* comment out

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I am having the same issue with the NGX. Although, I use opus and not ASN. It occurs when just using the default weather as well. Below ~FL 200 the effect is not there, but as soon as I get above 18000 ft the AP cannot keep a straight line. Upon AP disconnect, the aircraft will bank hard left or right, and continues to roll until I intervene. This roll is not accompanied by aileron movement, so I also think it has to do with the wind.

 

 

Also, I haven't had much time to test, but it appears that the PMDG T7 doesn't have this same problem.

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So leave that smart &@($* comment out

 

Wasn't meant as such but when people insist on buying addons to make it " as real as it gets " ( in this case the weather ) but don't have the neccessary skills as a " real " pilot to compensate when they do happen , what else can you say . Does a real pilot press " P " , pull out his laptop and make a post on AVSIM asking for help ? Or does he use his expertise and carry on .

Everyone " seems " to want turbulence , windshear etc. , etc. but there are more questions here ( on AVSIM ) regarding switching these " functions " off or lessening the effect just because they cannot cope when they occur .

Maybe dropping a line to ASN might be a better course of action to find a solution , or even better , actually reading the manual that comes with the product .

 

John

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Wasn't meant as such but when people insist on buying addons to make it " as real as it gets " ( in this case the weather ) but don't have the neccessary skills as a " real " pilot to compensate when they do happen , what else can you say . Does a real pilot press " P " , pull out his laptop and make a post on AVSIM asking for help ? Or does he use his expertise and carry on .

Everyone " seems " to want turbulence , windshear etc. , etc. but there are more questions here ( on AVSIM ) regarding switching these " functions " off or lessening the effect just because they cannot cope when they occur .

Maybe dropping a line to ASN might be a better course of action to find a solution , or even better , actually reading the manual that comes with the product .

 

John

 

Really helpful....not... 

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John this is a support forum, if your only advice is "RTFM", please stay out of it. Furthermore if you would have actually read what was in the thread you would have realized that the issue is not ASN specific.

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I will have to do further testing this only started to happen after updating to 3.1 and 3.2. Not sure what is going on here, i set winds to 2 kts no windshear etc and the planes nose still pulled to the left and swung back round.

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i had the same problem in V3.1 . It happens on approach always at the same airport ESSA. The aircraft would just bank to left really hard. I figure it was the weather so i used my rudder to try compensate the effect. Thanks for posting  i thought i was the only one .

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I'm telling ya, it's not ASN specific. But it could be weather injection in general; I use opusfsi occasionally. I've never used it and have the same problem. Also, I've only noticed it on the NGX and at higher flight levels.

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John this is a support forum, if your only advice is "RTFM", please stay out of it. Furthermore if you would have actually read what was in the thread you would have realized that the issue is not ASN specific.

 

Read the title of the OP .

Also , nowhere in my post did I say RTFM , merely suggested visiting the ASN forum OR that reading the manual " might " provide answers .

There again , people only read what they want to in a post , so if you have a problem with that you can always use the report button ( next to the " MultiQuote " option ) .

 

John

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Ok guys i have put a ticket into hifi

Read the title of the OP .

Also , nowhere in my post did I say RTFM , merely suggested visiting the ASN forum OR that reading the manual " might " provide answers .

There again , people only read what they want to in a post , so if you have a problem with that you can always use the report button ( next to the " MultiQuote " option ) .

 

Its good to branch out to the community and see if anyone else is having this (maybe) issue with P3D or ASN instead of just posting it to one place. This could be ASN or P3D so its best to post to both forums.

regarding switching these " functions " off or lessening the effect just because they cannot cope when they occur

 

So you're telling me in few clouds condition light winds (5kts) and the aircrafts nose swings hard left and back again... And this wouldn't lead you to query this condition. I'm not a pilot but never seen or heard in good conditions a 60t plane nose swinging left 90* and back !!!!!!

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Yes, that is not nomal. No it is not due to ASN. There WILL be turbulence effects and wake turbulence effects that would/could cause this but if all you did was update from 3.1 to 3.2 - it is not ASN issue or everyone would have the problem.

 

I'd also check that the update didn't reset your controllers giving you strange inputs.

 

 

Vic

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I've tried messing around with the joystick sensitivity in FSUIPC. I couldn't fix it, but I'm still suspicious of the problem being FSUIPC related.

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Yes, that is not nomal. No it is not due to ASN. There WILL be turbulence effects and wake turbulence effects that would/could cause this but if all you did was update from 3.1 to 3.2 - it is not ASN issue or everyone would have the problem.

 

I'd also check that the update didn't reset your controllers giving you strange inputs.

 

I did have this issue on 3.1

 

I will check my settings again. Seems like downdraft but from the side or windshear. But conditions are clear i even set manual weather so that rules out, adverse weather

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If i disable ASN it doesn't happen. Soon as i start ASN it starts up again

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No issues  here  using  asn,  using  fsx  here

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Did you guy's read Vic's post? . Make sure wake turb is turned off in your weather addons ie ASN. Then test again.

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I had this problem in 2.5. There was apparently a conflict between ASN and fsuipcs weather smoothing options. Turning it off did the trick but this issue has not resurfaced for me in 3.x

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Did you guy's read Vic's post? . Make sure wake turb is turned off in your weather addons ie ASN. Then test again.

 

Wake turb is off.

I had this problem in 2.5. There was apparently a conflict between ASN and fsuipcs weather smoothing options. Turning it off did the trick but this issue has not resurfaced for me in 3.x

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Just checked its off

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So, I'm pretty sure I've resolved this. The problem, as far as my machine goes, was due to A2A's accufeel and Realview from Realair. I had the A2A commanche installed, as well as the RealAir turbine duke. It seems that RealView affects all aircraft, not just the duke. Turning all the effects in the RealAir control panel to "off" seems to have fixed it. I haven't tested it completely, but I think this is it. Got the idea to check this out via this thread: http://www.avsim.com/topic/479433-accu-feel-v2-for-prepar3d-v3/page-2

 

edit: Nevermind. Its still leaning. However, changing all the realism settings in P3D all the way to the left to "easy" reduces the problem. So it might still be related to accufeel or something similar.

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sprucemouthman, on 14 Mar 2016 - 8:32 PM, said:

So, I'm pretty sure I've resolved this. The problem, as far as my machine goes, was due to A2A's accufeel and Realview from Realair. I had the A2A commanche installed, as well as the RealAir turbine duke. It seems that RealView affects all aircraft, not just the duke. Turning all the effects in the RealAir control panel to "off" seems to have fixed it. I haven't tested it completely, but I think this is it. Got the idea to check this out via this thread: http://www.avsim.com/topic/479433-accu-feel-v2-for-prepar3d-v3/page-2

 

edit: Nevermind. Its still leaning. However, changing all the realism settings in P3D all the way to the left to "easy" reduces the problem. So it might still be related to accufeel or something similar.

Neither of those should be related at all actually.  That topic is talking about Accu-Feel (a separate program not related to the Comanche), and not the "Accu-Sim" that is included with the Comanche.  Additionally, Real Air stuff will have nothing to do with the NGX.

 

I did have weird behaviors with ASN and Wake Turbulence that would do exactly as you describe, but you have the off so not the issue.

 

Wish I had a solution for you, but have not had the problem yet using the NGX in P3D v3.2 w/ ASN.  All my problems were as mentioned related to Wake Turbulence.

 

Good Luck, if I have the problem I'll report it here, flying the NGX right now.

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