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Old 04-21-2008, 10:30 AM
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Default Differential for Ailerons

Generally do people use Differential on their ailerons, I never have to date but I've heard it can make rolls a lot more axial, is it true and with 3D ships do you think it's advisable / makes a difference ????

If so roughly what sort of percentage would you put in ????

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Old 04-22-2008, 10:32 PM
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Default RE: Differential for Ailerons

There are too many variables to account for to give you an exact percentage.

Yes, it does help with making your rolls perfectly axial, as it gives the plane equal ammounts of up and down deflection, therefore producing equal ammounts of thrust to roll the plane.

It does make a big difference, as it makes your rolls a lot more cleaner, and sometimes makes them much faster, because the plane won't barrel when you roll it.

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