FORUM Forums Software CLS2SIM Software Trim in the PMDG NGX Reply To: Trim in the PMDG NGX

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Just checked your profile out John and realized your brilliant way to overcome the issue with the stab trim not only affecting the stabilizer but also the elevator by simply disabling the pitch axis under the trim tab in CLS2Sim ūüôā

Looking at some of the other differences between our profiles I prefer the values I’m using.

These include the small deadzone you added for the roll axis where I don’t have this since my experience comparing to the full motion 737 level D sims I’ve tried out is no such deadzone exist.

I also noticed how you don’t have the stick shaker enabled meaning it won’t be activated in a stall situation. Any particular reason you decided to disable that?

As for percent of way used by autopilot I’m using slightly higher values compared to you (350 for both axes) since I found lower values resulted in the physical yoke not moving correctly compared to the yoke in the v/c.

Finally I use higher values for the hydraulic force (300 for both pitch and roll) and again trying to mimic the feel of the actual yoke in a full motion level D sim. I also have the ‘Use hydraulic system integrity data’ checked but I honestly don’t know what difference it makes having it enabled/disabled.

Thanks again for the great tip and I also updated my profile with this work-around and credited your name in the description of the profile.

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