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It's been like this for a long time now, but I remember it wasn't  all the time, namely if you suddenly add or reduce throttle, prop or mixture, the corresponding control in the VC reacts, but slowly, with a lag. Usually I don't mind cause I don't jerk the primary controls, but there are times when I do mind, like today when I tried to strart WB 172 by adding mixture and can't due to this 'effect'. Is there a fix for that? When did it start?

(BTW I don't use FSUIPC to calibrate axis, just the free version)

Edited by Bartul

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Some settings can be playing their tricks in your setup.

The "Reactivity" one is one of them, if away from the default 100% value.

Make sure your axis reactivity settings haven't been changed.

Edited by jcomm
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Thank you so much; I would have never thought of that!!!!

And true enough - I put reactivity to 100% in throttle, prop and mixture settings! Why? Because that enabled me somewhat smoother helicopter controls , so I thought it should benefit everything else!!! Silly me!!!

Now it's all fine! Thank you verymany!! :-)

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