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hey guys I'm new to the forum so I'm sorry if this is under the wrong section but anyway I've been playing KSP for a little while now and just recently sas has been playing up on me. before take off I get all prepared and that [i'm flying a plane btw] but when I turn on sas it wants to flip the plane, its so frustrating. it moves the control surfaces 'left control surface to the sky and right control surface facing the ground] so it wont even let me take off at all otherwise I will just crash.

any suggestions? or has anyone experienced this before?

PS sorry if its a little hard to understand :)

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are the surfaces properly set to yaw/pitch/roll only, the rudders should be only yaw and the rest roll/pitch

Majority of designs experience no problems at all if you leave all functions turned on for all control surfaces. Actually it gives you more control authority.

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Hmmm....can we see the center of mass and center of lift on your pics? I'm willing to say SAS is giving you headaches but there is another possibility: your center of lift might be too far below your center of mass. Without seeing the underside of your plane that seems highly improbable even to me, but it doesn't hurt to eliminate all possible causes. I mean, it certainly looks like you're flying stock except for maybe those tail fins.

Spaceplane issues? I always like to go talk to the keptin...

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