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lewismorrison22

Carenado/Alabeo ailerons hyper sensitive.

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Hi,

 

I currently have a Saitek x52pro, and P3D v3.2.

 

My problem:

 

My rudder and pitch axis work flawlessly.  However when I try to roll, for the first 80% of joystick movement the yoke moves a minuscule amount, and for the remaining 20%, the yoke leaps to full left and right.

 

I have this problem on ALL carenado and Alabeo products and I have found no solution yet, it is quite frustrating. I think the problem only started when I got my X52, this does not make sense as all other aircraft work fine with it (PMDG, A2A, aerosoft.) I have tried re calibrating it is P3D, but this does nothing. 

 

I have null zones and sensitivity set to min, and max, respectively. 

 

Any help is appreciated,

 

Lewis.

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Can you use FSUIPC to define a response curve for the ailerons?

 

It works fine for me, out of the box, with a CH Yoke, but FSUIPC allows you much more flexibility.

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Can you use FSUIPC to define a response curve for the ailerons?

 

It works fine for me, out of the box, with a CH Yoke, but FSUIPC allows you much more flexibility.

Ok i'll give it a try

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I had the X52 pro for a long time with Saitek drivers and profiles.  I didn't notice your problem but I have null zones and sensitivity set to min, and 75%.  Worked good for me until some updates with win7.  I got rid of Saitek and bought FSUIPC and set up profiles and I like it much better. I agree with Bert. Try 75% first and if that doesn't work go to FSUIPC.  I am using FSX.

 

Dick

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