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Connor Anderson

Slow Speed and Wingflex

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Really odd issue I am encountering. Ever since I purchased and installed FSUIPC I can't achieve any faster airspeed than 190 knots. Also something eles odd I notice... The wings don't flex.

 

Is there a friction or speed setting I need to change within FSUIPC? Maybe it's not FSUIPC related at all?

 

Thanks

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Maybe it's not FSUIPC related at all?

 

Take the FSUIPC.ini out of your [sim]\Modules folder and put it in the root sim folder temporarily. Run the sim. Problem goes away? FSUIPC issue, usually an axis issue.

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Hello,

I have been using FSUIPC for years and have no issue with the NGX. 

As far as I know there is no speed or flex setting in FSUIPC, but you can always post a question in the FSUIPC support forum.

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Thanks gents. After moving FSUIPC's .ini file into the P3D directory the issue was solved.

 

This means that there's some sort of axis conflict (usually Flaps) in the FSUIPC.ini. Make sure to assign all axes in the sim. You can usually process them in FSUIPC without issue, but it may cause issues.

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This means that there's some sort of axis conflict (usually Flaps) in the FSUIPC.ini. Make sure to assign all axes in the sim. You can usually process them in FSUIPC without issue, but it may cause issues.

 

Good to know, and will do. The only reason I purchased FSUIPC is because I was interested in utilizing an old joystick as a steering tiller. Is this still an option?

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I think the manual says to use the FSX setup for any throttle gear...and not Fsuipc.

 

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Very good, I haven't touched the manual in a while.

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