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I read somewhere that with the new Fenix update you may need to change your stick, throttle, and rudder sensitivities and zones.  My first flight after the update my thrust lever was out of whack and during cruise the AP kept kicking of so I think there is a sensitivity issue somewhere.  Can anyone make any recommendations as to what they have working?


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Autopilot kicking off, increase aileron and elevator null zone to 5. I didn't have to change my throttle or anything else...

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Just now, Bobsk8 said:

Autopilot kicking off, increase aileron and elevator null zone to 5. I didn't have to change my throttle or anything else...

Thanks.  I'll give it a try


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7 minutes ago, JustanotherPilot said:

No need to make any changes here. Everything works as pre update did.

For me too, all looks and works just nice..

cheers 😉


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The only negative I have seen so far is no more contrails since the update. 

 


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Landing / flaring is definitely different, actually a lot more realistic (more responsive and smoother, before it was hit and miss between coming down with 700 fpm or climbing back up, unless I flared at the exact right time and with the exact same amount of flare), but my muscle memory is playing tricks on me right now. I float a lot because I do the same quick flare movement I did before the update, back to training for me. But again, a vastly improved flight model, so no complaints.

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1 hour ago, pmplayer said:

For me too, all looks and works just nice..

cheers 😉

Same here. Else it may make sense to calibrate Throttle. Quickly done. Though wasn’t necessary on my side 


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For me, the rudder is going to need some adjustment. Too sensitive after the update.


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