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Just purchased this today.  Got over the "how to start" problem and completed a few short flights.  Very good in the air, however I am really struggling with the taxi using rudder pedals!  I have adjusted my curves etc on my pedals but still the aircraft wants to do it own thing when taxing.  Any ideas please or does this plane need a proper cantering set up?  Cheers.

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A rudder does not steer a Cirrus on the ground. They use a caster wheel system, which means your left and right breaks are used for turning.

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6 hours ago, Cameron said:

A rudder does not steer a Cirrus on the ground. They use a caster wheel system, which means your left and right breaks are used for turning.

Are you planning something like a toggle switch in the settings for those using joystick twist stick and no rudder pedals? Or could you plan it? :D

Right now I'm using a third party differential braking lua bound to keyboard keys, but it's extremely annoying.

'N' toggle nosewheel steering doesn't do anything at all

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20 minutes ago, AirMajjistral said:

Are you planning something like a toggle switch in the settings for those using joystick twist stick and no rudder pedals? Or could you plan it? :D

Right now I'm using a third party differential braking lua bound to keyboard keys, but it's extremely annoying.

'N' toggle nosewheel steering doesn't do anything at all

Not at the moment, no. You can use a button on your joystick for each brake should you need to. 

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