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    Honeycomb Alpha sensitivity

    Anyone find the 737 very sensitive with the honeycomb alpha and care to share their settings if they’ve lowered the sensitivity.
    Mark Flynn

    #2
    I’d like to see suggested sensitivity settings as well.
    Peter Clark

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      #3
      Have you Guys found Setting which you are happy with and my share with me/us?

      Thanks and Greetings
      Michael

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        #4
        mine does not respond well to yoke at all
        anything i need to change
        vivekanand bhat

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          #5
          Ive been using -25 on pitch and roll, its made it a little less sensitive but i may be tweaking more form here but its feels like a good baseline

          Armand DeLalla

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            #6
            I ended up with -30 sensitivity for ptich and roll. Works pretty good for me.
            Werner Rafteseth

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              #7
              think -30 for pitch and roll works well for me too
              vivekanand

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                #8
                Would anyone posting a screenshot of the settings that work well? I barely pull back on the yoke and the PMDG737 nose goes straight to the sky.

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                  #9
                  Sounds like -25 to -30 is what people have settled on? Definitely going to try this. I haven't normally felt a need to adjust for other aircraft with the Alpha but in this case it's definitely needed.
                  Charles Paluda

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                    #10
                    Mine are -30 on pitch and roll and -58 on rudders. With honeycomb she is pretty docile at -30 so you might want to dial it up a bit if you want something more lively.
                    Aleks Matrosov

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                      #11
                      Can someone explain which one is pitch and which one is roll?
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                        #12
                        Originally posted by matrosov View Post
                        Mine are -30 on pitch and roll and -58 on rudders. With honeycomb she is pretty docile at -30 so you might want to dial it up a bit if you want something more lively.
                        I'm just after "accurate" Although before I get tweaking too much I should probably do a few more flights first. Tutorial was a pretty stripped down load, and the flight I did last night I forgot I had pretty much nothing but about 3K of cargo because I was running a short "reposition" flight to test an approach.
                        Charles Paluda

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by flyinion View Post

                          I'm just after "accurate" Although before I get tweaking too much I should probably do a few more flights first. Tutorial was a pretty stripped down load, and the flight I did last night I forgot I had pretty much nothing but about 3K of cargo because I was running a short "reposition" flight to test an approach.
                          Accurate is a stretchy subject in a desktop simulation. You take two of the same plane by the same developer in two different sims and they'll feel slightly different. -30 she feels round about like P3D version.
                          Aleks Matrosov

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                            #14
                            -30 in both + and - sensitivity? what about deadzones, neutral and reactivity?

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by jpallotta4 View Post
                              Can someone explain which one is pitch and which one is roll?
                              just move yoke around it should show you which is which.
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