Game: X-Plane 9.5
Intended Sim Hardware: 2 SCN5 SimForceGT
25% Limiter: no
Math Plugins Used: 1:1 G-Force
Designed for Specific Vehicle: Yes - This is a good generic setup for light aircraft.
Includes Program Settings: Yes
Includes Gauges: No
Actuator Speed: 22500
Actuator Acceleration: 20 (I had to slow the acceleration way down to get that smooth flight feel)
Tip: It is important to set the acceleration value above in the SCN5 Plugin Settings before using this profile. The profile was designed around these settings and will not feel realistic without them. YOU COULD DAMAGE YOUR ACTUATORS IF YOU DO NOT SET THE SPEED/ACCEL SETTINGS PROPERLY!
Usage agreement: I have posted these profiles here to help others get started more quickly. However, my profiles are not perfect. In exchange for my efforts in creating and posting this profile here, I ask that you post any improvements that you make to it or shortcomings that you discover with it here so that we can all benefit from each others experience.
Disclaimer: It's simple. If one of these profiles harms you or your equipment, I am sorry but am not liable in any way. Use this profile / setting combination at your own risk.
-This profile started life as a profile we are developing for a client who manufactures a specific light aircraft. While I'm not a pilot myself, they ensure me that this plane handles like most light aircraft. The profile was developed with close involvement of their chief test pilot.
-I originally had Longitudinal Force enabled to give you the "press back in seat feel" when accelerating on the runway but the pilot had me remove it. I left a blank line in there if you like to add it back.
-Buttkickers work great with this flight software, be sure to use them!
-Thanks for this great profile template Bernard!
- CXC XPlane Light Aircraft.rn2
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