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Helicopter DCS

Discussion in 'New users start here - FAQ' started by Tom Schuler, Jan 28, 2020.

  1. Tom Schuler

    Tom Schuler New Member

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    Hello, I'm new here from Switzerland and I still don't understand everything. So I ask does someone have a good helicopter setting for DCS for the RC4 4 dof simulator for simtool? Users of the Experimental plug-in v0.05 for DCS, great for jets but not for helicopters. I understand that you still have to make fine adjustments yourself, I'm just interested in the basic settings. Many thanks
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  3. KydDynoMyte

    KydDynoMyte Fool's Gold Contributor

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    I don't have a DCS heli but what is happening? For exapmle: you pitch forward in a heli then the chair pitches forward a little and then returns to center instead of staying pitched forward? You probably want to use the regular plugin instead of the experimental one for a heli, so pitch is the actual pitch instead of the force of pitch. If that is the desired effect you want.