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Anyone else notice this? I can swear that the 21 tends to roll slightly left on its own. Several of my flying buddies say they've noticed this too, and I've checked that it's not my controls.

 

So: bug, feature or imagination?

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Noticed that as well. Shame we don't have aileron trim :)

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Noticed that as well. Shame we don't have aileron trim :)

 

Who needs an aileron trim ;) Just use the "recovery" autopilot :)

 

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Mine is rolling to the right as well. Maybe OP has his stick a bit uncalibrated?

 

As I wrote in the OP, I have checked my equipment. I had a monitoring program open beside the sim when I saw this behaviour, and the roll axis was sitting at 50.00%.

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As I wrote in the OP, I have checked my equipment. I had a monitoring program open beside the sim when I saw this behaviour, and the roll axis was sitting at 50.00%.

 

This is quite intresting then. Because mine is rolling to the right most of the time, and I have to correct to the left. Not sure what could be causing this.

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I get right roll mostly, but sometimes left roll. I figured they were trying to simulate some effect or a quirk of the aircraft.

 

The roll might be engine/airflow induced. I'm not sure what effect the nose intake has on the aerodynamics, and whether it causes a vortex out the nose that spills over the wings, causing the roll.

 

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Another thing I've noticed from the beginning: It does even yaw a bit, at least on the ground. In my test missions, there's absolutely no wind at all, fully clear sky, default temps etc. But the MiG always needs a little bit of left rudder no matter what. It's extremely obvious while braking.

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Another thing I've noticed from the beginning: It does even yaw a bit, at least on the ground. In my test missions, there's absolutely no wind at all, fully clear sky, default temps etc. But the MiG always needs a little bit of left rudder no matter what. It's extremely obvious while braking.

 

Same here + rolling to the right. Extremely unnerving!! :mad:

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Okay I stated earlier that I had no issues with roll... until now.

 

Now it always dips to the left, and the slip ball is saying i need right rudder.

 

I have not changed anything. I was flying online last night, same loadout, and I had to respawn a new A/c, and then it started.

 

What gives?

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Remember that trim is there to prevent the pilot getting tired from constantly having to apply pressure on the stick; it isn't there so the plane will fly straight and level hands off (especially a fighter).

 

I dont know if you have the mig 21, but

 

There is no aileron or rudder trim. Only pitch

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sometimes left, sometimes right.. make up your minds people!! is it a bug or a normal behaviour.. mic goes to LN.

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