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Thread: It's always a hassle to taxi most aircraft, anyone have a null / sensitivity setting

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    Default It's always a hassle to taxi most aircraft, anyone have a null / sensitivity setting

    I've moved the rudder null / sensitivities silder may times in search of the
    best place for good taxi steering but I am always disappointed as it always
    ends up the same, bad taxi/ hard to steer with most aircraft. Got me wondering
    if any of you havefound a sweet spot that really works ? It's always been a
    PITA to taxi & i'm including the take-off and landing roll.

    Please advise if you have any guidance.

    thanks,
    Seehunt

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    1: search for sim1.dll adjustment 0 FSUIPC is the best solution
    2: always use nose down elevator while taxiing nosewheel aircraft.

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    Like usual we can't advice (or, shouldn't) because we don't know what your 'controller' is. A racing wheel? Yoke & Pedals? Twist grip Joystick? Makes a LOT of difference. Calibration is also important.

    For sensitivities the rule is: 100% / 0% null for all except the throttle. It is 95% with 5% null. Realism s/b 'MEDIUM' (set it there and leave it there-no need for 'easy' or 'hard' because they DON'T WORK as they are supposed to work).
    Chuck B
    Napamule

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    I have CH Products flight sim Yoke and rudder pedals.

    Thank you so far, I tried your suggestions and it's better than it was.

    Seehunt

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    Set up is simle and has been covered 100's of times in this and other forums.

    Go to VC in chosen aircraft. Set sensitivity so that you get full virtual controller movement in sync with your real controller.
    Adjust null to remove any `jitters`.
    Go fly and test.

    UNLESS you have the paid-for version of FSUIPC (and you have not provided us with that information) that is the best you can do in FSX. Anything else requires individual controller setup outside of the sim.

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