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HEAVY STICK on approach, CH flight stick, FSX, "Pilatus"

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Last night doing an approach, trimmed high to reduce speed. My stick got physically heavy? It's not force feedback (2le5 yrs old CH flight stick).

# So what causes this?

I am learning to build external throttle, etc. Can the potentiometers be  charged with resistance.

Dave. CYEL.

Grounded four years. Used FS 2004/FSX-SE to shoot circuits.

Friends helped me cobble together five monitors; 3 view, 1 panel, 1 LNM.

(Not a lot of scenery detail, more function; both of us are growng.) 🙂

 

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My new name is "POGO" issue solved (understood). In the hundreds of times I have recalibrated the stick I never took notice nor evaluated the force.

Reading forums, CH sticks are rated light.

So the heavier plane requires a longer throw on pitch axis than I am used to* so I do experience more pressure do to the software interpretation.

That being said, mods I read about will be made to my back up stick, for testing.

* Even our real-time plane is only 800 lbs wet and I rarely trim it much accept for fuel (two tanks forward/aft)(two engines forward/aft).

Wish I could still fly it 😞

Dave.

CYEL

 

 

 

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