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    B737NG Flight Controls

    How does B737NG reacts flying full manual because i noted today that my yoke is working like the Airbus after adjusting some axis using FSUIPC and don't remember if it was working as it is until now, so someone knows where can i change this setting if there is one?
    Just to clarifie, when i turn my yoke for example to a turn of 20 degrees to the left, the plane stays turning in that angle and my yoke is neutral position, so it doesn't return together with the yoke movement to neutral... So i have a Boeing with feelings of an Airbus or am i wrong...any suggestions
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    That's the way aircraft controls are supposed to be. After the turn is established at the desired bank angle the yoke is returned to center, or near center making adjustments if required.

    It isn't like turning an automobile.
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    So, what is the difference for AIRBUS controls? Talking about manual flying controls...
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    Nothing. Most aircraft handle the same way.
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    Re: B737NG Flight Controls

    Of course you could always keep the yoke in a turned position and end up doing a roll to inverted or a full roll just to amuse your passengers .
    That's what happens if you do not return the yoke to a neutral position; the aircraft should keep banking to an ever increasing angle (up to full roll(s) until the ailerons return to neutral.

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    Re: B737NG Flight Controls

    There is a great explanation about the Airbus flight controls at this thread http://www.mycockpit.org/forums/showthread.php?t=2546

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