English Rebel Posted July 16, 2011 Report Share Posted July 16, 2011 I just took my Saitek rudders off FSX control and set them up under FSUIPC. Under Axis I selected Rudder in the drop down box with the Send to Calibration box checked. In calibration I followed instructions as to setting MAX and MIN (backing off a little at the two extremes). I set the NUL zone in center two boxes. Now when I'm taxing it's very difficult to keep the Cessna 172 on the centerline as it swings too much and if I take my feet off the pedals the plane wants to turn to the right (the ball in the yaw indicator moves to the right and stops at about one third way). This did not happen when I was using FSX to control the pedals although the plane was very difficult to control on the ground which is why I decided to go the FSUIPC route instead. Here is my .INI file entry (the Saitek is CR). Am I doing something wrong and do the rudder pedals control the nose wheel steering below a certain speed (not sure that is important as I don't see any settings in FSUIPC for nose wheel steering except I see an entry in the .INI file for Steering Tiller Control)? Thanks Alan Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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