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UH-1D Iroquois Slick yaw sensitivity.
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The UH-1D Iroquois Slick and Dustoff variants both have an extremely sensitive pedal input. Touching the yaw controls cause the helicopter to spin extremely quickly, making subtle movements twitchy and unpredictable especially when coming in to land in small areas. All other UH-1 variants as well as smaller, more nimble helicopters such as the OH-6A Cayuse's have much heavier yaw controls which feels more natural.

The UH-1D Slick and Dustoff need to be adjusted so that it's performance is in line with the rest of the helicopters in the cDLC.


Operating System
Windows 10
Steps To Reproduce

1 - Place a UH-1B Iroquois Slick in the editor.
2 - Press play.
3 - Spool up and lift off, climb to a few meters.
4 - Press the pedal keys (Default Q + E) to yaw left and right, notice the correct feel.

5 - Place a UH-1D Iroquois Slick or Dustoff in the editor.
6- Press play.
7- Spool up and lift off, climb to a few meters.
8 - Press the pedal keys (Default Q + E) to yaw left and right, notice how twitchy and sensitive it is.

Additional Information

All other helicopters I've tested seem to have the correct weight and sensitivity on their yaw controls, it seems to be a typo or small value within the configs for the UH-1D Slick/Dustoff.

Event Timeline

VWWrath created this task.May 9 2021, 1:41 PM
dedmen merged a task: Restricted Maniphest Task.May 12 2021, 4:33 PM
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Is this with standard or advanced flight model please?

Standard flight model.

Bob_Murphy closed this task as Resolved.Oct 24 2021, 8:26 PM
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We've picked up your issue and the fix has been implemented in the last S.O.G. update. Thanks for helping us making the game better!
In the unfortunate event that (part of) the issue persists, please open a new ticket and include a link to this one.

Best Regards,
Bob Murphy