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Hi Guys, how do you set up the sensitivity of the ailerons and elevator so that the inputs are smooth and appropriate? currently even the slightest movement of the yoke results in what would amount to serious over control. Nothing like the steady and smooth flying one sees on the posted videos of particularly the PMDG B737NG.

 

 

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Hi Guys, how do you set up the sensitivity of the ailerons and elevator so that the inputs are smooth and appropriate? currently even the slightest movement of the yoke results in what would amount to serious over control. Nothing like the steady and smooth flying one sees on the posted videos of particularly the PMDG B737NG.

 

 

Neil Bradley

Have you tried FSUIPC?

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Hi Guys, how do you set up the sensitivity of the ailerons and elevator so that the inputs are smooth and appropriate? currently even the slightest movement of the yoke results in what would amount to serious over control. Nothing like the steady and smooth flying one sees on the posted videos of particularly the PMDG B737NG.

 

What have you tried so far? Can we presume you have calibrated your controls in Windows and that you have experimented with the sensitivity sliders?

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Which controls do you use. I guess each brand might be a little different but I have my CH Products yoke, rudder and throttle quadrant all set with sensitivity sliders right to one side. Works great.don't forget to run calibration inside P3D too.

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