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Old 05-14-2012, 04:41 PM
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I know it is past time to get a new sim, but the real flight G2 is what i have. I am trying to mix aileron and rudder on the P40 to eliminate adverse yaw. as a rookie i am not ready to use my left hand yet to bring rudder into play and since flat bottom wings with tons of dihedral have severe adverse yaw i wondered if this version will "mix". Does anyone know how to do it.
ALSO if i upgrade what is the consensus Real Flight or Phoenix
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Old 05-15-2012, 08:36 AM
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Old 05-15-2012, 08:39 AM
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Hey, I'm using 2.5, still works!

Not to be contrary, but if there's ever a good place to get used to using rudder with your left stick, it's on the sim. I encourage it!

Just take off, get to altitude, and pull aileron & elevator to make a turn. You'll notice the nose of the plane is high. Add some rudder, you'll see the nose line up with the plane's line of flight.

If you crash... restart! That's what sims are for!

After about two sessions, you'll find yourself doing all sorts of rudder work, one wheel touch & go's, knife edge, etc.

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