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Huey and yaw

Discussion in 'Commercial Simulators and Peripherie' started by 0405 Andrew, Mar 7, 2021.

  1. 0405 Andrew

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    Hi All,
    My first post after finding this forum.
    I'm about to purchase the DOF reality H3 or H2, obviously there's a big price difference. I've heard mixed things regarding whether yaw is worth it, I only fly, never drive. So is it worth getting the H3.
    I understand that's a subjective question, I'd rather not spend another £700, I understand the point of it in racing sims, is there a decent sensation with dcs?
    I fly the huey most and the A10c. I figure it would get used a lot in the huey.
    Cheers Andrew
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    Just a clarification, yaw, which pivots around a central point, and traction loss, which pivots near the feet, are two different axis and should not be confused.

    Yaw is relevant to a chopper and traction loss to a drift car, where the rear end breaks away.
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    I must say I've not thought of it like that before, but makes complete sense.
    Any Huey pilots?