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C 550 Citation II hypersensitiv elevation axis on the joyst

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C 550 Citation II hypersensitiv elevation axis on the joyst

Postby Sarith » Wed Jul 18, 2018 9:58 pm

Hi, I was trying to fly the C550 and its the first time a plane was like realy no fun to fly. Flew many but with this if you are fling 260 you just have to think to give little pressure forward on the joystick an the c550 does almoste a backflip.

I juse a black hawk phantom joystick, and i tried man thinks i set the "<power type="int">2</power>" in the blackhawlk xml but nothing changed it doesnt matter if i pust the -2 or 230. Any Ideas how to fix that. or i just have to forget the c550
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Re: C 550 Citation II hypersensitiv elevation axis on the j

Postby WoodSTokk » Thu Jul 19, 2018 11:35 am

I havn't a joystick, so i fly only with mouse, but i know what you mean.
I'm playing around with the FDM and fly with my own FDM since 2 month.
If you want to check my FDM, go to the Citation directory and delete or rename the file 'Citation-II-yasim.xml'.
Download my own FDM from in the Citation directory.

This file is only for Citation II, the Sierra Super II remains untouched.
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