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Longitudinal stability modding

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Hi everyone,I'm a newbie in the modding activity, which I decided to enter to make more realistic the Aus Sim Warrior V2.1 for FSX SP2. Since I'm lucky enough to have flown real Pa28s for a few hundreds hours, I felt able and needing to correct AuSim's otherwise great product!OVERLY EXCESSIVE LONGITUDINAL STABILITY IS THE MAJOR DEFECT that makes this FSX add-on unreal and unpleasant to use.When I put the plane in a turn and I then center ailerons, it ABRUPTLY returns to wings level better than if there were an auto-leveler engaged!QUESTION IS: how to work to make the lovely Warrior sim stay in a turn when I center ailerons just like its real brethren?FAILED TRIES: changing the roll_stability to lower values didn't improve the situation. RELEVANT INFO: Aus Sim Warrior for FS9 worked absolutely fine, but all stability values are identical to FSX variant, so I suppose that's not the prob.Thanks for your attention!!!Pier

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We had the same 'issue' with the FSX version of the Premier I's roll stability.I tweaked the scalar to reduce the 'snap back' effect:roll_stability=3.0 // was 0.7

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Thanks for your reply! :-)It seems I was a bit too soft in changing the roll_stability values, which I tried between 0.5 and 2 without success.I worked things around replacing the .air file of the AusSim PA28 V2 for FSX with the .air file of the V1 version for FS9... Sure it's a step back, but in the right direction, so I now have my ultimate FSX Warrior 8-)Bye!!!Pier

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