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Odyssey First Officer

I've completed a couple of flights using fspax. On occasion, in the flight report, I've had the comment 'Passangers were scared by the excess G-Force'. I don't fly at any particularly fast pace only going up to around 300KIAS after ten thousand feet. What are they referring to when they say excess G-force?

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Jonathan (99jolegg) Chief Captain

Normally, your moving one of the control surfaces too fast creates excess G forces. Try and move rudders, elevators and ailerons slightly slower and see how you go.

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Solotwo Chief Captain

Also can be caused by hard landings.

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tomthetank Chief Captain

Sharp turns,dont do it,they complain 😉

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VegasFlyer Chief Captain

Descending too fast Nope

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Greekman72 Chief Captain

Drinking too much... 😂 😂 😂 😉

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tomthetank Chief Captain

Greekman72 wrote:

Drinking too much... 😂 😂 😂 😉

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Greekman72 Chief Captain

tomthetank wrote:

Greekman72 wrote:

Drinking too much... 😂 😂 😂 😉

😳 Nope 🍻

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Jamie4590 Guest

When I bank using the autopilot can I be sure the angle I bank at wont be too steep that I lose FSPax points no matter the altitude or speed?

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Jonathan (99jolegg) Chief Captain

Jamie4590 wrote:

When I bank using the autopilot can I be sure the angle I bank at wont be too steep that I lose FSPax points no matter the altitude or speed?

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I've never had a excess G's from the autopilot banking, no matter what altitude. If you don't exceed Vne, then the AP won't be able to exceed the C forces as it remains within certain minima.

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