January 27th, 2015, 22:38
Tom, if your joystick has a twist axis, make sure it is not assigned to anything, as you are using the rudder pedals. With the B25J on the runway, make sure to dial the knobs at the bottom of the Sperry to zero, as mentioned above and that the Sperry is "un-caged". Then just follow the instructions above.
It will take some practice, but once you get the hang of it, it actually works great.
I used the Sperry in the Douglas DC-2 "Uiver: during last years London to Melbourne Race. And it's working great.
Roy Chaffin's B25J is really easy to fly with and without the Sperry, I just use the Sperry for the longer legs, or when in multiplayer to give other warbirds the chance for some formation flying.
Let us know how you get along.