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jason99vmi

Bank Stalls Frequent

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I love DCS but seem to have a problem with almost every aircraft.   banking and making turns that aren't even that tight seem to induce stalling and it takes a great bit of wrangling to pull it out of the stall.  And this happens with everything from a P-51 to F-15.   For the P-51D and FW-190 i tuned the Axis a bit which sort of helped.   I know a 109 can out turn a P-51 but i should still have the advantage on some turns with full energy.  I have read on the DCS forums the AI don't quite have the same flight dynamics but i guess that is the challenge.   thought it was me pulling far too tight of turns but this even happened in the A-10A.    My brother who is a pilot and i convinced to buy DCS modules is having the same issue.  I have a feeling its a joystick setup issue.  

Use the T.Flight HOTAS X.  Tried to find a setup on DCS forums to no avail.   Any advice? 

And yes i know i should ask on the DCS forums but unfortunately i'm at work and my navy worksite seems to frown on russian forums.  lol.  

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Hello Jason,It could be you have one or more of your Axis to your HOTAS or Rudder Pedals mapped incorrectly,For some reason DCS maps these wrong by default and you need to go into controller Axis and clear them and remap them correctly.

Hope this helps.

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On 7/5/2018 at 12:26 PM, Phantom88 said:

Hello Jason,It could be you have one or more of your Axis to your HOTAS or Rudder Pedals mapped incorrectly,For some reason DCS maps these wrong by default and you need to go into controller Axis and clear them and remap them correctly.

Hope this helps.

Copy that.   I've also read on DCS forums to tune the Axis curvature to 30.  Seems to help.  Thanks!

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