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FS2004, CH Pro Pedals USB, FSUIPC, rudder sens settings?


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Hi guys. Just looking for some tips on a good combination of settings within FS2004 (sensitivities etc.) and within FSUIPC axis calibration, to get good feel out of my CH Pro Pedals USB.

I know this is a subjective thing, but I'd like to see what others are doing so I can try some configurations.

Thanks,

James

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Of course this is very personnal. This is how I have done it:

1 - Install last CH control manager; This will prevent the pedals disconnect that happens with certain USB chipsets; I'm not using the mapping facilities;

1a - make sure in USB root that "allow the computer to turn off this device" is unchecked;

2 - Use CH control manager to calibrate pedals and yoke;

3 - Reassign rudder in FS. FS assigns yoke mixture to rudder. Don't ask me why.

4 - In FS sensitivities put the maximum for sensitivity and 0 for null zone

5 - In FSUIPC calibrate again the axes

Brakes: min 1300 max 16192

Rudder: null zone -2000 2000

Of course these values are largely ditated by controls age, dust etc since they are resistance based.

José Oliveira

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