FORUM Forums Software CLS2SIM Software Xplane Baron now has a serious oscillating swing on take-off Reply To: Xplane Baron now has a serious oscillating swing on take-off


Of course when I came to do it I realised I have no need to change my yoke all I need do is not start CLS2SIM.

I have now done 20 TO with and without CLS2SIM. I also had the thought that as I was using real world weather turbulence may be an issue so I set the weather in Xplane to manual with a 90 deg to the runway crosswind at 11 knts. I also TO in both directions.

At the moment inertia seems to be the issue, inertia seems to be increased with CLS2SIM running. Without CLS2SIM running I can TO satisfactorily, with it running I start to have swing issues though I am now becoming more proficient in controlling the swing. Without CLS2SIM I to in a reasonably straight line, with it I zig-zag at best.

During these tests I noticed another thing. I said I turned off turbulence in Xplane weather but with CLS2SIM running I can feel turbulence in my yoke. Now when I enabled turbulence in CLS2SIM I assumed it would get its data from Xplane, but I have that turned off so it must generate it’s own.

In summary running CLS2SIM we have seemingly increased inertia with random(?) turbulence from any direction(?).

I have attached my settings file.


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