Nosewheel Steering Cessna 172SP (CLSE-NG) – Stephan Brunner Profile

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    wpballard
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    I’m using the Cessna 172SP (CLSE-NG) – Stephan Brunner Profile with the X-Plane C172 G1000.

    The rudder and brakes work. But there is no nosewheel steering. I noticed the Nosewheel checkbox is disabled and I don’t know how to enable it (if that would help) in the CLS2Sim application.

    I’m able to takeoff and operate but I’m having to use the brakes like a Cirrus or Grumman vs using the nosewheel steering like a Cessna should be.

    I’ve tried every setting I can think of in X-Plane but I haven’t figured this out.

    Any ideas?

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    rufus
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    1) Open CLS2Sim v4.27.6
    2) Click on profile manager (right side)
    3) when that dialog box opens..Click on Open ( Special Rudder Settings)
    4) Now (upper Left ) change Friction force from 1000 to 100

    Now your rudder and nose wheel will easier to move.

    Hope this helps a little

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