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Brief description of the issue:
Cannot steer the plane in water… even with the water rudder down. As I steer the plane to the right, it will start to steer right and then it springs back and steers left on its own. Opposite occurs when steering left. Occurs under minimal thrust. Prop RPM and throttle are dialed all the way back to minimize speed and Spiral Slipstream. The plane was still moving in the water at about 10 knots even with the throttle in idle and prop dialed back to .1%. Occurs with Calm winds.
This does not occur with the Cessna 172 Seaplane that my friend was using on this same flight with me. I tried the 172 Seaplane myself to compare. The 172 is completely functional while steering in water. I was trying to explore Fort Jefferson off the Florida Keys with the PC-6 and could not do so… Completely unusable for its intended purpose in the water.
I understand there is a post somewhat similar to this, but it is old, was occuring under an older update and the symptoms are described differently. Furthermore, there is no video. I wanted to provide something fresh with video so that this can be fixed. It’s a neat plane and a shame it’s not usable for what it was designed to do.
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Simply try to steer in the water
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Xbox Series X. Occurs whether using Controller of Tflight Hotas One.
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