|Quoting yeelep (Reply 2):|
There is also a deadband at neutral input that isn't there normally. Don't know if its really noticeable during manual reversion in flight, but its obvious when playing pilot during maintenance.
|Quoting smartt1982 (Thread starter):|
The student who has done a lot of unofficial hours in a Challenger 300/737 sim from being a body on a number of type rating courses stated that an instructor had told him that this was the best method to control the airplane.
|Quoting XFSUgimpLB41X (Reply 5):|
A pulsing motion with the fingertips combined with normal longer phase control movements (what I do) is incredibly accurate.
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