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Rolling to the right...

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Hi, I hope I am using the correct forum for my question.Well, I have downloaded Fred Banting's DHC2 Turbo Beaver III. I have noticed though that the airplane has a strong tension to roll to the right (even when empty). It seems as it needs aileron trim but since no such gauge is available in the panel I was wondereng if I could do anything with the aircraft.cfg file. Any comments on either the airplanes attitude and any potential solutions would be appreciated. Thanks.

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Well, actually I don't want to reduce the realism settings. I mean if this is the real airplaces attitude then fine. I just find it too weird flying (even in real life) an airplane which will keep rolling to the right unless the pilot engages the autopilot or keeps the yoke slightly to the left. I though it could be some kind of error in the aircraft.cfg or maybe I could do something in that file in order to simulate what a real pilot would do with the aileron trimming.

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Then you could add an aileron trim to the panel. I think if you search through your gauges folder you will find several aileron trim gauges. But i would still suggest adjusting the realism settings. FS aircraft are usuallt exagerated in that area. But if you really really want to edit the cfg file... i can't help you there.good luckhttp://homepages.ihug.com.au/~elche/Genera...a_fl_md_wht.gif http://homepages.ihug.com.au/~elche/Genera...a_fl_md_wht.gifDiego CoslovichWebsite: http://homepages.ihug.com.au/~elche/index.htm (under construction)E-mail: elche@ihug.com.au

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Ok my friend, thanks for your suggestions anyway.

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