Adjust how much Aileron an airplane needs in a turn?

Hey all! See, video: https://youtu.be/k9OXE_M4pFI Which parameters in
flight_model.cfg can I try to adjust for how much aileron the aircraft needs
to have in turn? Right now the aircraft is slowly moving back to level flight
if you keep the steering wheel straight. How do I adjust so that the aircraft
becomes more “stable in turn”. Does not require as much aileron to maintain
the turn? Especially if I want to use CFD? Thanks in advance Jacob!

Since you are using CFD all you need to do is adjust the scale of the aileron
from the [AIRPLANE_GEOMETRY] section. Then adjust the flight tuning for
performance. [FLIGHT_TUNING] aileron_effectiveness =0.6 how sensitive when
moving the stick roll_stability =0.125 how stable when you stop moving the
stick roll_gyro_stability = 0.35 how stable based on engine torque or wind and
other. Basically not moving the stick how much the roll maintains angle. All
this info for each of these cfg’s are located here. [FLIGHT_TUNING]

Thank you Flysimware! “aileron_effectiveness =0.6 how sensitive when moving
the stick” This is not really what I want to do. I think the sensitivity is
quite ok. But if I release the aileron, the airplane goes back to level a
little too quickly. Which means that I constantly have to hold aileron input
for the plane to keep the bank angle in the turn. I want to reduce this
tendency a little. I have noticed if I change “wing_dihedral” from 6 to
something between 4-5.5 the behavior get closer to what I want, but this is
not correct, because data tells me that it should be around 6. I explained
this to my captain friend and the told me that the “wing_sweep” Dose also
affect the tendency to go back to level flight. (I want to reduce this
affect.) I have not experimented with this jet. But what value is this written
in. In the documents I could find it was around 7 degrees. In PMDG they have
written this: wing_sweep = 30.0 // @MAC 25.02
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGrSPmcJIEE How do they get this to 30? How
can 7 degrees o wing sweep become 30? Have I missed something? Are 7 degrees
wrong data? Have they tricked MSFS to get the behavior they want, of course no
one her know why they have done that. But I am thinking it is because
something ells affect the behavior in MSFS and there for they could not use
the “real” values. I am also thinking that the “real” values I have found is
not real and that they have more correct values. The same with Cd0. In PMDG it
is: drag_coef_zero_lift=0.018066 But the documentation I could find say it
should be 0.021. Another document say 0.023. This affects how “slippery” the
plain is and both 0.021 and 0…23 seams wrong. At least from the real aircraft
data I have. There it is more likely it is under 0.021. roll_stability =0.125
how stable when you stop moving the stick roll_gyro_stability = 0.35 how
stable based on engine torque or wind and other. Basically not moving the
stick how much the roll maintains angle. I Have not tested this but I will
test. Also I want to reduce the yaw tendency when doing a turn. My experience
from a Level-D simulator was that it did yaw much les then I thought it was
going to do. If I compare that with my glider and GA experience you really
have to use rudder in turns. Before you ask, YES I tested with both YawDamper
on and off. Of Course with it on it did not yaw, at all. So this I want to
improve also. Another thing that is very pounced when testing CFD is the will
to continue to “bounce” upp and done in pitch change. Very noticeable in Asobo
A310. This I did not remember that it was in Level-D and I tryed to ask my
pilot friend how pronounced that is. Of course it is very hard to say. If I
change “empty_weight_pitch_MOI” To the real valu I ould find it is still very
pronunced. Have Asobo exaugurated this? If I reduce this value The plane
becomes more “direct” if you will. Hard to describe. But I want to use the
real values and change the correct things if Possible. This is also some data
I got: Aircraft Drag Polar
Estimation.pdf
ANALYSIS OF FLIGHT
PERFORMANCE AND STABILITY.pdf

Boeing 737-800 data2.pdf

I also want to say that I am a complete beginner when it comes to model
aircraft. But I am trying with the limited data I have to improve an already
existing flight model.